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Kim loves working on projects with “transitional” styles. She is a firm believer that your home should tell your story & not just reflect one style. Kim has had the privilege of working closely with many of the area’s top designers which has helped her establish long lasting relationships in the field.
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Kim has been with Indoor City since 2010. Coming most recently from Banta Tile and Marble, she has an extensive background working with natural stone and tile projects.
Kim grew up in South Jersey, graduated from WVU with a Bachelors degree in Interior Design. She has worked at several of Lancaster County’s premier furniture and flooring companies as well as operated her own business while her children were growing up. In her spare time, you may find Kim putting finishing touches on the “Builder’s Special” home she & her husband turned into their Craftsman Cottage. She also enjoys checking out various libraries researching family history, tending to the gardens at her church, vacationing at the Jersey Shore, or spending special time with her grandchildren.
Antrim's Shilo Collection in Pebble
Favorite Ice Cream
Turkey Hill Southern Lemon Pie
Cambria Quartz Shower Surround
Cambria’s Berwyn Quartz Bath Surround Trends in the home fashion industry are always changing. Lately, master bathrooms have evolved into spaces that are not only functional, they also make the homeowner feel rested & relaxed. This shower surround is fabricated, floor to ceiling, out of Cambria’s Berwyn quartz. The custom niche & window well and the curbs are all made of this seamless material. No grout joints. Not only beautiful to look at but so easy to keep clean. Our Designers at Indoor City can always help with your interior design project! Come into our showroom and we can find ways to use color to make your room special! Schedule a design consultation with Kim, or contact any one of our talented designers, as we would love to help when it comes to design elements.
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Basic Principles of Color We are surrounded every day by color. Do you ever wonder how that affects our thoughts and our moods? Many marketing and psychological tests have been performed trying to discover these very principles. Color is a very important tool used by designers. After all, when used in a space it can bring out emotion, alter a mood, or just make you feel good. Did you know that shades of red are said to increase your appetite? If you want your guests to stay awhile and enjoy your cooking, maybe you should paint your dining room a deep shade of burgundy. It has also been found that blues tend to be calming and soothing. Schools should keep that in mind when bringing colors into the students’ environment. For most people, yellow instills happy and cheerful thoughts. Although, years ago my daughter conducted a science fair project based on the psychology of color & she found one family who said that yellow made them sad. Green is found everywhere in nature. Hence, olive or sage tones are often associated with relaxation. In this crazy world we are currently experiencing, perhaps our homes need to be more of a comforting retreat. Black, can be the perfect accent for just about any other color. It is often associated with affluence. Black adds a touch of drama that many rooms could stand a little bit of. Of course, these observations do not necessarily apply to everyone. Past experience and associations can play a big part in how a person is influenced by color but it certainly gives us, as designers, something to think about. Our Designers at Indoor City can always help with your interior design project! Come into our showroom and we can find ways to…
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