Residential Interior Design Services In Las Vegas

Noble Designs in Las Vegas is a full-service interior design frim making its mark throughout the Southern Nevada area with a variety of distinctive residential projects. Since its inception, Noble Designs has worked on complete redesigns and restoration work in high-end properties across the valley, as well as consulting on projects as small as selecting color palettes for interior paint.  Noble Designs continues to create interiors that define an increasing number of properties including new high-rise apartments, condominiums, townhomes and private residences.

One Queensridge Place

Considered The Most Luxurious High Rise Living Anywhere In The World, the One Queensridge Place in Las Vegas was built in 2006 and is one of Las Vegas’s most Luxurious places to live.  The property features outdoor pools, indoor pools, spas, massage rooms, a wine cellar, a theater and much more. It is located in the center of a shopping and dining paradise. Everything you need is just steps away.

Noble Designs was hired to create and design luxurious playrooms, including a themed Star Wars room, using lighting and inspiration from the movie.  We also designed an Under The Sea themed room, working on both with a local artist who helped bring the fantasy to reality.

In addition, we designed a beautiful yet functional schoolroom, complete with custom desks and a wall-mounted world map that created an exciting space to learn.

City Center

CityCenter is a 16,797,000-square-foot mixed-use, urban complex on 76 acres located on the Las Vegas Strip in Paradise, Nevada.  It comprises a vast number of residences of various sizes and shapes, with outstanding views of the Las Vegas Strip, and beautiful landscape of the Las Vegas Valley, including Red Rock Canyon to the west.

Working within these parameters provided us a wonderful opportunity to enhance typically smaller spaces with high-end and design features that helped accentuate the space through unique furniture and fixtures, as well as appointments that promoted the window views of the city.