Aly Daly is an American Interior designer who founded her own firm in 2004 based in Los Angeles, CA. For over 20 years, Daly has been designing and creating residential and commercial environments worldwide for TV personalities, models, musicians, high-level executives and fashion designers such as Herve Leger, BCBG MAXAZRIA, Calvin Klein Inc., Gianni Versace, Perry Ellis and more. Her most notable project has been the total redesign of the 30,000 square-foot estate of Max and Lubov Azria, which has been featured in Architectural Digest, Elle Decor and many more publications worldwide. Additionally, she was profiled in Design Bureau magazine’s special edition publication “Inspiring Interiors” featuring a “collection of the best interior design around the world.”

Aly Daly

Aly Daly

In Spring 2019, she launched her signature hardware collection of bespoke, cabinet and door pulls, available in the Pacific Design Center at CEI Studio Inc. showroom in Los Angeles. Daly currently has in development an eponymous luxury lifestyle brand of additional home decor items which exude the high-end design aesthetic her private clients have grown to expect.  

Daly, who grew up in Litchfield County, finds inspiration at every turn, through nature, travel, architecture and the ability of seeing the wonder of the world through her son’s eyes.

With a fine art painter as a mother, and later becoming a student at The University of the Arts, most of Daly’s life was centered around the power of art. Still, she initially chose a slightly different route when it came to her career.

Daly was a professional ballerina with the Pennsylvania Ballet before deciding to pursue a life of design.

Daly credits her decision in switching careers to the gratifying process of evoking emotion within a space through artistic creation, curating environments full of  beauty and wonder, and the challenge of making something magnificent out of nothing special.

“I really love the creative process,” Daly explains. “I love when clients trust my talent and ideas and let me freely create amazing pieces for their properties.”