Still need help? Book an appointment with our Design Consultants Today! 1-613-749-0001 Location

Dea Attar

Watch the video to find out more about Dea!

Designers Bio Avatar (5)
In-Home Designer  

Dea Attar

La-Z-Boy Hunt Club, Ottawa Location

A trilingual interior designer and design researcher with extensive design education and years of working in the industry. Dea Attar holds a BFA in Interior Design and MDES in Industrial Design with a focus on designing for the aging population. She’s been with La-Z-Boy for six years now.  A peak performer in Design with La-Z-Boy since 2015 and was awarded the top 6 designers in Canada for 2016.

Dea's Recent Design Projects

Check out Dea's amazing designs and see the unique solutions she has created for our clients. Take a peek at Dea's recent Before & After Living Room Makeover in Orleans, or explore her other design projects: Redesign in South Glengarry, The Greely Design Project, Before and After Room Makeover.

Q&A With Dea:

1. How do you determine the right style for your customers? 

By interviewing them and asking them lots and lots of questions. It is a process that requires lots of explorations and investigations. Together, we test the furniture and explore fabric and texture options to get a clear idea of their styles and tastes. Sometimes we go over pictures of different designs to get the creative juices flowing. Never a dull moment.

2. What are your tips for customers looking for a new furniture piece? 

Think about your lifestyle, your wants and your needs. Also, consider the design of the existing pieces of furniture that are staying in the room. This helps you determine the styles, colours and fabrics you choose.  

3. Which piece of design advice do you always emphasize?

Plan everything before you buy anything. It is very easy to make mistakes. Often times, clients start their project with an idea that gets evolved by the end of the design process. So to do it right, you have to think of the final outcome and the project as a whole from the architecture to the smallest details such as pillows and accessories.

4. Where do you go to find inspiration? 

I find inspiration in the conversations I have with my clients. It is a window to their soul, interests and way of life. Sometimes the inspiration comes from the artifacts they display in their own environment. 

Product Info Request

Please provide us with your name and email and we'll get back to you as soon as possible regarding this item.