Lisa Laliberte-Alle (Bunina) is a full service interior designer known for the unique, one-of-a-kind interiors with a European touch that she provides prominent clients in Northern New Jersey and Manhattan.
Lisa, the region’s only custom designer educated in Europe and certified in the U.S., has 12 years experience. She has provided complete design and remodeling services to successful professionals and busy families from Moscow to London, and in New York City and New Jersey.
She is a skilled interior consultant and problem solver who helps residential clients save time, customize their space, find resources and resolve other challenges. In addition, she is a relocation specialist who assists professionals moving into the area with planning their space and connecting with local contractors.
Lisa is known for the extraordinary customer service she provides and the long term relationships she develops with her clients. Those clients use words like “detail-oriented, unique, thoughtful and talented,” “very knowledgeable,” and “a joy to work with” to describe her, and “timeless” and “functional and gorgeous” to characterize her work. Much of her business comes from word-of-mouth referrals.
“We work hard to provide the best remodeling and decorating experience clients ever had,” Lisa says. “We pay close attention to detail, and use our strong project-management systems and product knowledge to complete projects on time and on budget, every time.”
Laliberte Interiors offers services ranging from project management and space planning to color consultations and furniture selection. The firm is backed some of the area’s foremost contractors, builders, architects, painters, window covering specialists, artists, flooring experts and other professionals, as well as an international network of vendors and suppliers.
Earlier in her career, Lisa worked for international architectural firms serving high-end residential clients worldwide. The experience, along with her interior architecture degree from Moscow Architectural University, provided her with invaluable insights about structures, codes and other technical issues.
Lisa, who speaks English and Russian, keeps current on design industry trends by regularly attending conferences and trade shows in Paris and Milan, as well as the in the U.S.