Raleigh Interior Designer

Raleigh interior designer Lisa Rice is the principal of her interior design firm, Decorating Den Interiors. If you live in the Raleigh area and need help updating or making your home special, call Lisa for a complimentary appointment at (919) 900-0525.

Raleigh interior designer

Friendly Raleigh

Raleigh, North Carolina is the capital city and known for its welcoming and diverse population. The metro area population is expected to increase by 72% by 2040 and leads the  mid-Atlantic states for growth in the next 25 years. Raleigh is currently the 44th largest metro in the U.S. Whether you live in the city or in a suburb, you’ll soon feel that you belong.

Lisa Rice, Raleigh interior designer

Thriving Economy

Working in Raleigh

Raleigh has a thriving economy with major top employers such as IBM Corporation, GlaxoSmithKline, and BASF Corporation. In 2017, Raleigh was named the third best city for job seekers.


Raleigh is tremendously rich in educational opportunities with major universities and colleges in the vicinity including The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, North Carolina State University, and Duke University at Durham. Close by is Wake Forest University, a private university known for its diverse and vibrant community.

Things to do

When you move to Raleigh, NC you will find plenty of things to do from parks and sporting events, to museums and shopping districts, and fabulous dining. Check out this calendar of downtown Raleigh events – there is something for everyone including live music, art exhibitions, food tours, and even a Harry Potter festival!

If you prefer the great outdoors enjoy Pullen Park, North Carolina’s first public park. Enjoys playgrounds, sports fields, an indoor aquatic center and peaceful trails. It’s free of charge and offers carousel rides and trips on paddle boats.

If you enjoy walking your dog, jogging or just strolling through the woods, the Neuse River Trail is a 28-mile path that stretches from the Falls Lake Dam in Wake Forest down to the Johnston County line in Raleigh and is a beautiful way to connect with nature.