As the principle designer and owner of Victoria Reitz Interior Design, Victoria brings over 23 years of experience in design, architecture, building and custom fabrication. "Interior design is not just something I love to do, it is something that evoks comfort in the completed jobs for my clients. Their home is their sanctuary, and I design for each client to meet their needs, and reflect their style".
Victoria Reitz is a professional member of ASID, has served on the Board of ASID Los Angeles and is a former president of the ASID Los Angeles Chapter 2011. She will be president of the chapter again in 2021. She is NCIDQ, a national qualification for design. Victoria has received the Adele Faulkner award for Community service for her work as chairperson on the design of the new Downtown Women's Center in Los Angeles. Victoria currently sits on the hospitality board of Ronald McDonald House Los Angeles for interior design. Victoria is a Chapter Medalist.
Victoria has been featured in numerous media outlets including: California Homes Magazine, Angeleno Magazine, Spaces Magazine, Valley Magazine, Toluca Lake Magazine, Huffington Post, Los Angeles Times, Open Door.com, The Associated Press, Le Cité (Paris), Style Network, Luxe Magazine, Pasadena Magazine, I & D Magazine, Channel 7, and Telemundo.