Recognized & Featured
Shelly Rosenberg believes everyone should have access to an inclusive environment that is adaptive and calming. This is the mission that drives her and the founding of Acorn & Oak. As part of her mission she address the health of the home and provides families with a truly supportive refuge. Wares include grade-A cashmere throws, healthy-living mattress pads, organic weighted blankets scaled down to lap- and travel-size versions, and more.
July 16, 2020
Creating Your Happy Place is a podcast that explores how our spaces support our happiness and how they can also make our day-to-day experiences easier or harder to reach our goals. Shelly talks about how she discovered that her specific talent and experience was much needed within her community and how she was able to make a difference.
June 30, 2020
Creating a sensory-friendly bedroom for a child with special needs is considered one of the most important parts of your child's sleep health. If you have a child who has difficulty settling down, staying asleep, or waking up naturally, a sensory-friendly bedroom can help. The ability to self-soothe and self-regulate can make a world of difference at bedtime and empower your child to ease themselves back to a calming state on their terms.
February 13, 2020
From the outside looking in, Shelly Rosenberg has led a charmed life. Most people see a successful writer and interior designer, a dream home in Lakewood, a loving husband and three beautiful children. All of that is true, but a three-hour conversation with her reveals so much more.
My Moral Compass: Shelly Rosenberg on the Power of Permission, Essential Beauty, and Supporting the Families of Children with Special Needs
January 30, 2020
Rosenberg aims to be a beacon for people to realize that beauty is available to all, no matter their circumstances or challenges. But she is hyper aware of the skeptics: those who may not be able to justify putting time or resources toward aesthetics when there are life criticalities.
As a mother of 3 children with learning differences and special needs, she has dedicated her profession to creating and designing adaptive spaces towards what she calls the "differently abled".
October 9, 2019
I have practiced interior design for over 20 years and have loved every minute of my work in the luxury sector of the industry. However, with the birth of my third child, who has Down syndrome, my perspective began to change.
November 25, 2014
For Shelly Rosenberg, life is a nonstop, dawn to dusk swirl of activity that revolves around family - husband Barry, teenage daughters Brinson and Campbell, and 2-year-old Ronen, who was born with Down's Syndrome.