About Rima, Founder of Irony Home

 

Irony Home Founder Rima Dardenne

 

Rima the founder of Irony Home, an American interior designer and a businesswoman. She is the Executive Chairman and Chief Innovation Officer of her brands (Irony Home and Joy by Rima). Both brands have a classic and modern design sensitivity.

Rima strives to design unique interiors that will have a positive impact on her clients’ lives. But, having spent her early years traveling around the world, her inspiration is vivid and crosses cultures. With an eye for quality, a superior sense of style, and an extraordinary detailed approach, she has proven herself as an innovative designer. Rima's Passionate about Design (and Christmas), her creativity shines with her festive designs and collections. Rima is the face of Irony Home & Irony Home is the face of Christmas decorations all across the UAE and the Middle East. Irony Home raises the bar in Christmas decorations with quality, experience and detailed yield products that people love equally.

Rima As the founder of Irony Home, assists both commercial and residential clients in creating timeless spaces. She offers a balance of creativity and collaboration on all her projects. A creative from birth, she utilized her skills to take the hotel industry by storm for a start. Over the years, she has created spectacular interior design works, that speak of elegance, sophistication and creative festive installations that leave a lasting impression on those who experience the concept.
Working with prestigious companies globally, such as the world's only seven-star hotel, the Burj Al Arab, and the iconic Marina Bay Sands in Singapore among others, Rima has carved a name for herself. Her style and taste are truly impossible to replicate because she puts her heart and soul into every project.

Rima opened her first interior design store in 2002. She is now celebrating almost 20 years with Irony Home. In 2012, she launched Joy by Rima with projects in NYC and Beverly Hills.


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