Carole and Ron Renmark founded Renmark Design in the mid-1960’s. Their interior design projects are now scattered across the country and include rambling country houses and live-aboard yachts, sleek high-rise apartments and theme restaurants, cozy mountain cottages, elegant houses in the city, executive offices and banks. 

Both Carole and Ron are University of Miami graduates and pursued art and design studies in Rome, Italy.

Carole served a four-year term on the Commonwealth's Professional  Board of Architects, Professional Engineers, Land Surveyors, Interior Designers and Landscape Architects. Her design work of landmark properties began in the early 1990’s with an Historic Richmond Foundation award to the firm for Outstanding Historic Preservation. Ron is well-known for the design of the large-scale art used in their interior projects. His most celebrated work is the Tampa International Airport Tapestries, one of history’s largest woven tapestry projects.

Tayne Renmark, a graduate of Simmons College in Boston, took interior design course work at Harvard and joined the business in 1988. Her work at Westover, a Richmond Symphony Designer House, was pictured in Traditional Home and she was recognized as one of the country’s top show house designers.

Carole, Ron and Tayne share an enthusiasm for design excellence and a serious commitment to superb client service. They take enormous pride in the work they do and they work hard to exceed client’s expectations.

Renmark Design projects have been featured in local and national publications such as Better Homes & Gardens Special Editions, Traditional Home, Florida Architecture, The Washington Post, Richmond Magazine, Style, and Yachting Magazine.