ABOUT WOODSON & RUMMERFIELD
Ron Woodson & Jaime Rummerfield are the co-owners of the tony interior design firm Woodson & Rummerfield's House of Design in Los Angeles. They are true California style makers creating high style interiors, combining opulence with beauty, provenance and the comforts of living. Ron and Jaime are named to the esteemed list of Hollywood's Top 20 Interior Designer's by the Hollywood Reporter, they are members of the Leaders of Design Council; and the recipients of the 2017 Interior Designer of the Year Award by the National Arts Council.
Ron Woodson: Growing up with parents in the music industry in Los Angeles, Ron Woodson, was exposed to the homes of many tastemakers. “One's home is a refuge from the ordinary. It should be the perfect expression of the lives, aspirations and consciousness of the homeowner. My job is to understand these aspirations and release them into a very special space for the residents." Says Ron. With more than 20 years in the design industry, Ron is ever-exploring new materials, furniture forms, colors and fixtures always with a nod to the past. Ron attended the UCLA school of Interior Design and was recently named one of the Top 20 Black Designers in America. Ron draws inspiration from his travels, with more than 30 countries to date.
Jaime Rummerfield: With a Bachelor of Science in Design from Arizona State University's prestigious College of Architecture, Jaime Rummerfield has a signature California sensibility that is comprised of classic design training mixed with a fashion forward design approach. Jaime is touted as one of the nation's top young Interior Designers by Traditional Home, Town & Country and House Beautiful magazines. Her creative eye is second to none in focusing on the science behind color, texture, balance, proportion and scale that is applied to creating memorable and pleasing spaces. Much of her passion and inspiration is derived from the theatrics of Hollywood, not just because of W & R's A-list clientele, but even more so the glamour of the silver screen and the romantic bygone eras of film.
Woodson & Rummerfield are also the founders of the preservation foundation Save Iconic Architecture - siaprojects.org and champion landmarking iconic architecture. In the city of Los Angeles, the vernacular of the short Hollywood architectural history is quickly being erased. As representatives of the architecture disappearing far too often. In this moment, there are dozens of pedigreed structures in the target crosshairs for demolition. W & R are takin on the important roll, as a non-profit, stewards for protecting architectural heritage.