Marjorie Skouras has been a successful interior designer for seven years, but for 17 years before then, her vocation was the film business. She also graduated with a B.A. in Art History from U.C.L.A, and was trained as a fine arts photographer. Her designs, which she calls "fairly traditional, but almost always with a twist," often mix periods and style, and are distinguished by a generous use of color. In addition to her interior design work, Skouras has an expanding line of luxury home and lighting products. Her designs, which range from single rooms to 17,000 square foot houses, have been feature in many of my shelter magazine must-reads, including Elle Décor, House and Garden, House Beautiful, Domino, and soon Metropolitan Home. She was raised between San Francisco and Los Angeles, and currently lives in the Hollywood Hills with her daughter and their Dachshund, Georges Pompidou.