Eileen Ulrich has been blessed with the gift of creativity. At an early age she excelled in art and creative projects. As a young student, Eileen was introduced to the Interior design profession during a career day workshop. From that day forward Eileen made up her mind to pursue a career in Interior Design.

Eileen has a degree in Interior Design from the Parson's School of Design in New York, NY. She has studied various design related and non-related subjects at the following schools: The Robert Walsh School, Union New Jersey, The New School for Social Research, New York, NY, and Brookdale Community College, Lincroft, NJ. Eileen has been involved in the field of design since the 1980's. She and her business partner, Elizabeth Imbro started U&I Design Group Ltd. in the year 2000. Eileen is an allied member of the American Society of Interior Designers and the National Kitchen and Bath Association. Eileen participates frequently in continuing education courses. She is currently in the process of completing the National Council for Interior Design Qualification Examination. Eileen enjoys attending to the needs of others by creating Interior environments that are both functional and aesthetically pleasing to the client. She follows the project from concept to completion.

"Serving my clients by meeting their specific personal or business Interior Design needs is my number one priority. While doing so, I am priveliged to use my creative gifts to design interior spaces inspired by the clients' personality and preference of style. Through the performance o f my occupation, I am honored to assist people by contributing in a positive way to the quality of life."

 


Elizabeth Imbro's career in design seemed to begin as soon as she was old enough to hold a pencil. Her early efforts at drawing and painting revealed a prodigous talent and motivation that has carried through into her adulthood, fueling her effectivemess both as a designer and business owner.

She began her education as a fine arts major, taking college level studio workshops while still in high school. She quickly shifted her emphasis to architecture, which she studied at Pratt University in Brooklyn, New York.

After several internships, apprenticeships and employment with various NYC design firms Elizabeth founded her first design firm, L.C. Deco with which she enjoyed good success in both residential and commercial interior design before closing her doors and leaving NYC for a position with a large design firm. After several years, she and Eileen began U&I Design group and have been very effectively serving their clients ever since.