Tell us about your design
Why did you choose to participate in Designing Hope?
What does RMH/this project mean to you?
Living proof that boundless energy can rock virtually any arena, Lori Miller has spent over two decades creating livable spaces defined only by the people who inhabit them. A lifelong interest in Psychology compelled Miller to pursue a Master’s in Mental Health Counseling, followed by extensive professional work in the field. She was one of the first HIV Counselors in New York, served as Director of the Crime Victims Program for the Queens District Attorney, and ran the Psychiatric Units at Rikers Island Correctional Center – all before embarking on a career that would unite her passions for personal well-being and functional design with the inception of LGC Interiors in 2000. Over two decades later, LGC Interiors has honed a reputation for creating livable spaces that fuse old-world charm with modern luxury. Lori’s vibrant personality and holistic approach to interior design have led to her being featured on numerous radio shows, multiple news and print outlets, and as a speaker at national trade shows and conferences. She has also been named one of Long Island’s Top Ten Designers. Along with Ted Santos, Lori hosts “The Creative Alchemist,” a popular podcast geared toward helping small businesses thrive.