About Nathan Vanags Design
Nathan Vanags Design is an interior design firm devoted to full-service renovations, FF&E and new construction projects. NVD brings together a dynamic team of innovators, who deliver creatively designed interiors for our clients’ needs and tastes.
We have extensive knowledge in all aspects of interior design. Whether it’s renovating a newly purchased beachfront property in New Smyrna Beach, bringing in furniture, fixtures and equipment to spruce up your rooms, or working to bring your ideal space to life.
We offer a wide variety of packages that will help you transform your atmosphere into something elegant, innovative and inviting.
NVD is where simple meets edgy. Thoughtfulness meets timeless. Elegance meets warm. Where design matters.
We provide our customers with a fresh point of view creating elegant, innovative custom interiors.
Since 2014, Nathan Vanags has been the creative mind behind Nathan Vanags Design, which is one of Central Florida's most rapidly growing interior design firms. With drive, focus and reliability, Nathan has been able to capture his clients’ aesthetics and provide unparalleled customer service, securing his firm's position as a leader in the interior design industry.
Nathan finds inspiration through travel, fashion, and the fine arts. His work ethic and passion can be traced back to his upbringing in the hills of Tennessee, helping build homes from a very young age. There, Nathan could be found painting or sketching, but it was not until he furthered his education and obtained a BFA in Interior Design from the Academy of Design and Technology, that his talents and unique skills really started to take shape.
From Design Intern to Associate Designer in five short years, Nathan has been on a path to becoming one of Central Florida's most recognized interior designers. With over ten years in the industry, Nathan passionately continues to serve the community and his clients by creating fresh, innovative, and custom interiors.
“Design is not a product, its an experience.” - Nathan Vanags, NCIDQ