Lima-Stanley Design is a full-service design firm. We provide both interior and landscape design services for residential and commercial clients. Lima-Stanley Design believes in the reframing power of creating beautiful places with stunning designs.
We bring creativity, transparency, a spirit of excellence and quality to every design project. We understand that our clients have varying styles, needs and perspectives. We create uniquely functional and polished modern spaces that are beautiful, friendly and best portray our clients’ interests.
CEO and Interior Designer
Romullo Lima-Stanley (known as Rome) is a Brazilian-born interior designer based in Dallas. Rome has over a decade of experience in Economics, Business Administration, Project Management and Operations.
In 2016, Rome moved to Dallas to marry his best friend and business partner Daniel Stanley. That same year, he received his Interior Design Certification from the New York Institute of Art and Design. Rome further developed his vision and skills by working with design firms as a lead designer on a variety of residential, commercial and hospitality projects.
Rome is involved in all aspects of each design project from concept development and space planning to project oversight, selection of furniture and final touches/finishes. His attention to detail and unique perspective result in modern designs that captivate and inspire all.
Co-Founder and Landscape Designer
Daniel Stanley is native to Texas, born and raised in Fort Worth, but calling Dallas home for almost a decade now. Daniel has over thirteen years experience in the Property Management industry. This background guides Daniel to place Customer Service above all else.
In 2016, Daniel married his best friend and business partner, Rome. Shortly after their marriage, Daniel obtained his Real Estate License and began working with Ebby Halliday.
Currently, Daniel is actively involved in his real estate business and is Co-Founder and Landscape Designer for Lima-Stanley Design. Daniel is also a student at the New York Institute of Art and Design and will obtain his Certification in Landscape Design by Fall 2020.