At the creative helm of his Los Angeles based company, Mark’s body of interior design work can be seen in over 30 countries worldwide. With a strong focus on aesthetics and functionality, Mark has collaborated with Hollywood’s A-list, garnered an Emmy® Award for his on-camera hosting while penning his first book Take the U Out of Clutter with Penguin Books.
Mark also serves as the Spokesperson for the International Design Guild’s Designer Program and is a Founder of Design For a Difference; a community driven designer movement that benefits local charities throughout the U.S. and Canada.
On the heels of designing special events for Fortune 500 clients at the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino in Las Vegas, Mark launched his LA-based design company, Mark Brunetz Designs, in the year 2000 and continues to build a portfolio that spans both coasts and nearly every style of décor. Maintaining a small studio that only takes on a few clients at a time, Mark is currently at work on a select range of projects across the U.S.
“We take all the complications out of the way for our clients. We take the angst out of the process and edit the client’s wishes to ensure that the end result is tailored to a client’s life – and lifestyle. While most of my clients have a sense of how they want their space to look and feel, they require our expertise to pull it all together. Best of all, we utilize our resources and production experience to help streamline projects and meet tight deadlines.”
In addition to his private work, Mark has hosted over 300 episodes of reality television for a variety of networks including HGTV, E! Entertainment, MTV and TLC. Of notable mention, Mark helped build an international franchise on the Style Network that includes top-rated shows Clean House, Clean House Comes Clean for which he created and produced and Clean House: The Messiest Home in the Country for which he received an Emmy® Award.
With broad commercial appeal, Mark’s work has been featured in all forms of media such as Good Morning America, People Magazine, the New York Times and Elle Decor to name a few. Well-edited, timeless and distinctly comfortable, Mark’s design ideas accurately reflect the needs, desires, and aspirations of today’s discerning and value-conscious homeowners.
A prominent lifestyle expert, Mark penned his first book Take the U Out of Clutter which was nominated for Best Organizing Book by the National Association of Professional Organizers/NAPO. Sharing his unique approach to affordable luxury and universal design, Mark travels internationally speaking to both the public and design professionals alike.
Throughout his professional career, Mark’s humanitarian efforts have been far-reaching working with non-profit organizations across the U.S. like City of Hope, Make-A-Wish and Step Up to the Toronto PWA Foundation in Canada and THE BIG ISSUE in South Africa. He also co-founder and spokesperson for Design For A Difference which partners socially conscious businesses with interior designers to transform much-needed spaces at charities throughout the U.S. and Canada. Since 2013, the campaign has transformed over 50 spaces and contributed nearly $2M in products and services for social good.
Mark currently resides in the Los Angeles area.