Vanessa Deleon

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Vanessa DeLeon

Vanessa Deleon is a New York interior designer, blogger and television personality with offices on the Gold Coast of NJ and in New York City's Chelsea neighborhood. She has numerous brand licensing in furniture and design. She was previously featured on the Food Network program Restaurant: Impossible and is known for her work on HGTV's programs Generation Renovation, Designer's Challenge, Bang for Your Buck Design Star and Terry Crews Saves Christmas.


After starting off in her family's furniture business, designing for customers, Deleon created Vanessa DeLeon Associates while attending Berkeley College for Interior Design.

She is currently a featured designer on the hit Food Network program Restaurant: Impossible,[1] helping turn around failing restaurants around the country. Deleon’s extensive television credits also include HGTV's Generation Renovation, Designer's Challenge, Bang for your Buck and Design Star.[2] In 2007, Deleon was named as the Rising Star of Interior Design by the International Furnishings and Design Association. Her expertise and projects have been featured in numerous publications including New York Spaces,[3] Design NJ, (201) Home, Latina, Time, Entertainment, ASPIRE Metro,[4] and Cosmopolitan.

Deleon is an allied member of American Society of Interior Designers (ASID)



  1. ^ Passow, Sam (2011-01-14). "Vanessa DeLeon appears on Food Network". "Edgewater View". Retrieved 2011-04-20.
  2. ^ HGTV. "Design Star Finalists".
  3. ^ Kontos, Jason. "Mansion in May".
  4. ^ Miller, Judy L. "Phenom Designer Vanessa DeLeon".