Berlin Designs, Inc. Blog: Design Rituals

... a passionate revelation of my design rituals ...
a passionate account from a South Florida award-wining interior designer who is blessed to celebrate her 20th year anniversary of designing "interiors that lift your spirit™"
Welcome! The search is finally over. That perfect marriage of understanding without words:one look, one image, a breathtaking view... Someone who will know how to interpret her client's wishes by listening to all the unsaid words, seeing the cues, perceiving the feelings with a simple gaze.
I am the lucky designer who will get to go into the personal spaces in your life, your office or home. That place you call your own, where you can be you. Your surroundings matter to me, my passion is to let the best of you shine through the space you occupy. No antiseptic rooms, catalog photo-shoot ready, rather the elegant comfort of a back porch at sunset is the feeling I want in the interior of your private spaces. The sink-down comfort of being in your OWN space.
Let your smile shine as you enjoy learning about my passion for design. Then, you will see why we say: experience Interiors that lift your spirit™.

Friday, March 21, 2008

in memoriam of George J. Berlin; beloved dad and grandpa

On Sunday, March 16th, our dad, George Joshua Berlin passed on at the age of 85, following a week of simcha with all his family and friends who gathered to celebrate his youngest daughter's wedding. He is survived by his wife of nearly 57 years, Lila, his four children and ten grandchildren.
Born in Brooklyn, Dad grew up in Miami Beach and Elmont, and was graduated from Miami Beach High. He studied engineering at Case Western Reserve, where he was a member of the same fraternity to which his grandson now belongs. During WWII, he served in Guam as a Naval officer in the Construction Battalion (CeeBee’s); it should come as no surprise that Dad built the synagogue for the base on Guam. He will be missed by all, for whom he served as a role model, mentor, and teacher. We Love you, dad!

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