Mollie Ranize


FOUNDER/ LEAD DESIGNER

With over 10 years of experience designing residential, commercial and hospitality spaces, Mollie Ranize has become one of the most sought after designers in Southern California. With a focus on design that is not only visually pleasing, but ultimately, functional, she creates client centric spaces informed by her “3 T Rule”, which emphasizes an aesthetic that is Tasteful, Tailored and Timeless.

A LEED-accredited designer, Mollie has been featured on a variety of HGTV programming including House Hunters Renovation and Flip or Flop. She has also been frequently tapped to design spaces for House Crashers, which airs on DIY Network and HGTV.  Mollie’s success in designing these spaces hinges on solving design dilemmas creatively while getting the biggest bang for the buck.

Mollie resides in West Hollywood in her art-full bachelorette cottage with two men of the household: Simon, a 3-legged border collie rescue and Bennie, the 10 pound street pup found in Echo Park while investigating a flipped home. Mollie is a passionate member of the Los Angeles design community and regularly participates in pro-bono design projects for charities throughout the city including the Good Shepherd Center, The Teen Project and SPCALA.

Whether designing a custom furniture piece, incorporating family treasures or making the best use of an awkward room, Mollie brings a vision to every project to help create each client’s unique ideal space.

 

Accreditations + Memberships

LEED Accredited Professional [Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design]

Certified by the NCIDQ [National Council for Interior Design Qualification]

Professional Member of ASID [American Society of Interior Designers]

Member of the USGBC [U.S. Green Building Council]

Member of NKBA [National Kitchen and Bath Association]