Adèle Danziger, RN founded Danziger Interiors LLC in 2002. A graduate of Hahnemann University, she started her professional career as a licensed Registered Nurse.  After 15 years working as an RN, Adèle wanted a career change that would allow her to explore her creative side.  She went back to school for Interior Design.  She is a graduate of Moore College of Art and Design DAC program.  Adèle is an allied member of the ASID.  (American Society of Interior Designers)

It is through this unique combination of careers that our specialty of Universal Access Home Design was born. “I feel amazingly lucky to be able to combine the two things I love doing professionally into one very rewarding job.”

Certifications and Awards

Allied member ASID, Licensed Pa Registered nurse

"Adele, thank you for your patience, understanding, and expertise in designing the renovations to my home. As a senior individual with a number of physical disabilities, I knew that restructuring my home to allow me to stay where I was comfortable, instead of in a nursing home, was going to be a challenge. Thankfully, as the saying goes, 'I picked the right person for the job.'

Your genuine concern for my situation along with your background in nursing and home design were a perfect combination. Couple those qualities with your desire to take the time to find what I wanted in the final structure and combine that with what you knew I would “NEED” as my physical condition deteriorated has given me a functional, as well as, an esthetically pleasing home that I can enjoy for years to come."


"Adèle was truly a valuable player in the remodeling of my Master Bathroom. She began by learning about me. What I wanted and needed. Through her extensive knowledge of products and bathroom design she delivered a space that I love to come home to. As I am on the road a lot I appreciate that things ran smoothly and that she kept me up to date on progress through out the project. I look forward to working with her on future projects in my home."

Ruben Amaro Jr.

Fiona & Chris

"Many thanks again for everything you did to help get us to the point of having the most fantastic kitchen ever! You took the strain out of a major overhaul and kept the whole project moving along in a way that we would never managed ourselves. Secondly, for us, being in a foreign country where we had no clue of where to go or what the options were, your guidance was invaluable. You and were totally in tune with our tastes and desires and we got exactly what we wanted (and a whole lot more!). Thanks again and please keep in touch."


"Being a control freak and know it all, I thought I would never need, let alone hire, an interior designer. My arrogance turned to respect after working with Adele. The best way to explain the relationship would be to liken it to a car ride. I drove, but realized her directions were usually better than mine. When I made a wrong turn, she still knew how to get through the detour without turning around. How lost I could have been without her."



"My bathroom project languished for over a year trying to get the parties involved to make a decision. Adele was referred to me by my contact at the plumbing supply store, and in a few weeks had the project moving. We finally had direction. She was a lifesaver. She was my liaison with the contractors, and with the different suppliers. (Sometimes with a firm hand) To me, it was a head spinning, whirlwind of activity, but she was always there to reassure me. I was a little apprehensive with some of “our” choices, but that is why she was there. I was committed to trust in her experience. The expanded, remodeled bath is now a showplace! Kudos to Danziger Interiors!"

Industry Features


Philadelphia Inquirer Jan. 11. 2013

Adèle spoke with Philadelphia Inquirer writer, Samantha Melamed about her recent project designing an ADA addition for a Bucks County farmhouse, featuring a custom-made Murphy bed. To see more photos from this project, click here


Murphy bed encased in custom wood cabinetry

“Adèle Danziger, a former registered nurse-turned-interior designer who specializes in accessible design, said Murphy beds often make sense for her clients who want to prepare for when they may need to live exclusively on the ground floor. A lot of times, we put additions onto homes in anticipation of what’s to come. So the bed may not be necessary at first,” she explained. “This way, it’s there when you need it; it’s not when you don’t.”