Designer Profile: Danielle Teo
Nurturing a passion for design since childhood, Danielle discovered her own style and philosophy during her time at Rezt+Relax Interior. With over 9 years under her belt, she has risen up to a Senior Designer role and prides on being able to adapt herself to a wide variety of design aesthetics — from Modern Luxury, European Chic, Scandinavian, Minimalist, Modern Contemporary and many others. Danielle emphasises listening to the customer, understanding their lifestyle and their own thinking of how their homes should look, and then incorporating the design to realise their dreams. Her design work, as well as her after-sales service, has seen numerous customers come back to her, seeking inspiration and advice for more projects and renovation work. In addition, her design works are featured in reputable magazines and local media such as Square Room, Home & Decor, Strait Times and Lianhe WanBao.
Having learnt the ropes at Rezt and Relax herself, Danielle does her part in training the newbies, treating them like family and creating a close-knit bond within her team.
Eye for beauty – that has always been something that this designer has a knack for. Danielle Teo, a 34-year old Singaporean, has interior design and appreciation for beautiful rooms engraved in her heart.
She graduated with a diploma at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas and immediately landed a job at a prestigious firm. After 2 years with them, she has finally decided to take her career a step further.
Danielle has now been working for 6 years as an interior designer for one of Singapore’s leading interior design companies here at Rezt ‘n Relax. She understands that this job demands almost 24/7 of her time but it’s all part of the nature of the job. Driven by her pure passion and her complete embrace of the challenges that come with the job, she quickly reached senior level after just 1 year.
She sees a long term career as an interior designer for sure so she keeps inspired and motivated by reading a lot of home improvement magazines like Square Rooms and some other magazines from Taiwan and Hong Kong.