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Design isn't just the process of creating beautiful interiors  

Design has the power to deeply impact our overall well-being physically & emotionally 


Dana Klebanow, the founder of Decured Design is an NCIDQ certified Interior Designer that has worked on residential, exhibition, healthcare, and furniture design projects throughout NYC and internationally in Asia and the Middle East  


Dana received her undergraduate degree in Art History from Tufts University and then went on to receive her M.S. in Interior Design from Pratt Institute.  Her background in Art History has fostered her love of infusing history and cultural influences within her design projects. Dana continues to educate our next generation of Interior Designers as an Adjunct Design Professor at Berkeley College.  


In her residential work, she fully integrates her clients' personal style and background into her all of her designs while in her commercial work, she draws upon the client's cultural identity and brand to create a uniquely personal interior space.  Dana has worked within a variety of scales ranging from 1 million square foot healthcare facilities to 600 square foot residences and always strives to create efficient and thoughtful interiors that promote health and happiness.

Dana is also the co-founder of CCFAC Foundation, a 501c3 non-profit that raises awareness and funds for triple negative breast cancer, an aggressive subset of breast cancer.  In her nonprofit work, she concurrently strives to promote wellness environments and programs through the CCFAC Yoga Program that provides free-in home yoga to those diagnosed with triple negative breast cancer.  For more information:

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