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While growing up in Little Rock, Lauren Booth found that art was a constant in her life as she delved deeper into color, texture and shape. While other kids were at soccer practice, she was at home with a paintbrush in her hand.
Booth credits her high school art teacher, Rosemary Parker, with inspiring her to embrace a creative lifestyle and pursue a career in design to apply her talents on a larger canvas. “It was how I could be creative and change people’s space,” Booth said.
These days, she’s lead interior designer at Wittenberg Delony & Davidson. Booth joined the Little Rock architectural firm in 2018 and helped develop its full-service interior design department. “I listen to what my customers want and raise the bar, but I’m careful to provide what they want and not what I want,” she said.
Booth earned a bachelor’s degree in interior design in 2016. Along the way, she started her career as a designer at a local architecture firm then as a furniture designer at Today’s Office in Little Rock.
Booth is president of the regional chapter of the American Society for Interior Designers and an Easter Seals volunteer. She is active with the Arkansas chapter of the ALS Association.