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Leah Mamone

Meet Leah, Owner & Creative Director

At d2 STUDIO & CO, our mission is to design in a way that is "Suited To Your Life Everyday". Our design aesthetic is one we call "Elemental". We love texture, layers, asymmetry, juxtaposition & and pull our ideas from the elements: water, fire earth and wind. We apply this elemental approach to everything from Modern to Farmhouse, Coastal to Boho, and all styles in between.

Leah Mamone has over 30 years of marketing experience in various major metropolitan markets including San Francisco, Portland, Seattle, Vancouver BC, Dallas and Houston. She has promoted countless industries including Real Estate, Beauty and Fashion, Medical, Legal, Music and Retail. She has worked with international Brands such as Donna Karan, the Mighty Tea Leaf, Calvin Klein and Laura Mercier.

Leah grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area and spent most of her young adult life

traveling the world allowing her to experience the richness of many cultures including

the major cities in almost 20 countries. These experiences have helped inspire and

cultivate her unique style. In 2000 she made Las Vegas her home and became the go

to expert for Branding and Re-branding for small to medium size businesses. She started Dragonfli AGENCY in 2010 then found herself re-designing and decorating for law firms and medical clinics at the same time.

It was a natural progression since she de-fined a company’s brand that the look and feel of the office would represent that same personality. In 2017, she designed her first

custom home and in 2020 officially launched her new company d2 STUDIO & CO. To her clients, she pulls from her experiences and brings a diversified perspective on Design.

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