Lorraine Rogers-Bolton

Founder, Principal Designer, ASID

Lorraine Rogers-Bolton is the creative influence behind Rogers Design Group. A thought leader in the South Florida and national interior design communities, Lorraine is noted for her design virtuosity and uncanny ability to unfailingly deliver original, bespoke design projects of all size and variety. Whether balancing form and function in sophisticated residences, or refining design elements in hospitality venues like 1000 North, distinguishing her multiple award-winning design is a reputation as a consummate professional. 

Highly regarded by fellow designers and an enviable list of legacy clients from South Florida’s elite communities, Lorraine Rogers-Bolton established Rogers Design Group more than three decades ago. A licensed Interior Designer in the State of Florida and a Professional member of ASID, Lorraine Rogers-Bolton leads an experienced, cohesive and long-tenured team of accomplished designers and professional support staff. This is your team.

Loralie Tumulty

Vice President and Senior Designer, ASID

Loralie joined Rogers Design Group in 1985. She now plays a pivotal role as both Vice President and Senior Designer. A  licensed Interior Designer in the State of Florida, with a design degree from the Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale and over 25 years of licensed design experience, Loralie’s expertise serves a wide range of discerning residential and commercial clients. Loralie has been co-recipient of several prestigious awards, including ASID Design Excellence, IIDA Design Forum  Prism and Aurora. She is a professional member of the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) and a certificate holder with the National Council of Interior Design Qualification (NCIDQ).

Amanda Wyant Binns

Senior Designer, ASID

Amanda began at Rogers Design Group in 2007. She graduated cum laude with a Bachelor of Science from the CIDA-accredited interior design program at Florida State University, in 2006. During her formal education she studied abroad in London, Paris, and Milan taking classes in the history of art, furniture, and interiors. In October 2009, Amanda passed the National Council for Interior Design Qualification (NCIDQ) Examination. She is a licensed Interior Designer in the State of Florida and a Professional member of ASID.