Daryl Rogers -Growing up in the French-influenced southwest Louisiana, Daryl W. Rogers acquired his appreciation for Continental antiques in his hometown of Opelousas. He later moved to Baton Rouge in the mid-sixties and began his career in the beauty industry. For thirty eight years he channeled his creative talents as an innovator in that field. Over the years, Daryl began helping friends and clients decorate their homes. He traveled to Europe seeking beautiful antiques and decorative items for their homes. After meeting Gary McDaniel, they formed a partnership and opened their antiques and interior design business that is now Rogers & McDaniel, Ltd.
Gary McDaniel -Designer Gary McDaniel draws his inspiration from diverse sources and has a keen sense for achieving livability and elegance in his work. He has fine-tuned his eye for design through studies and internships in New York, Mexico and abroad. Gary graduated from Louisiana State University with a degree in Interior Design.
Jo Ann Hymel - Jo Ann Hymel is an interior designer with over 33 years experience. She graduated from Louisiana State University with a Bachelor's degree in Interior Design. She has a background in teaching mechanical and architectural drawing, teaching design and art, retail sales and interiors in contemporary, modern, European and historical design for residential and commercial clients. She has also worked along side architect A. Hayes Town, which has given her a special appreciation for proportion in architecture and interior design. Jo Ann has been licensed in Louisiana as an Interior Designer for over fifteen years from LSBID (Louisiana State Board of Interior Designers).
Sheri Smith - Sheri Smith studied art and design while working with a New Orleans interior design firm. She holds a degree in Fine Arts with a concentration in Italian Art, and has been with Rogers and McDaniel since 2006. In addition to design projects, she also manages orders, advertising, and other daily business.
Laura Schilling- Laura Schilling is originally from the Baton Rouge area, but her love for design took her to Manhattan to study at the New York School of Interior Design where she graduated with a bachelor's degree in interior design. During her time in New York, she interned for renowned designer Bunny Williams which helped develop her love for antiques and fine art.