One delightful component of interior design is that there is always a hidden story woven through the finished space. We now set out to introduce you to some of our past clients and share some tales along with showcasing a few projects we’ve been honored to work on. Honestly, one of our favorite aspects about
Kitty & Company will be conducting a series of short interviews with local Chelsea Residents for 52 weeks in order to appreciate differing personalities and design thoughts in our community. Perhaps you will meet someone new through these weekly interviews or perhaps it will be YOU! Stay tuned and follow us each week – we
Do you remember the Emmy award-winning T.V. show, Designing Women? The series depicted four southern ladies who run Sugarbakers, an Atlanta based design firm. Design decisions were made while sipping tea, lounging on their traditional sofa, and chatting about love and life in a neatly organized room. Indeed, they made the job appear glamorous, even
Our adventure every Spring and Fall at High Point Furniture Market is to load up with new ideas, the latest trends, gather information, and establish new relationships with vendors that we feel represent our clients and us well. It doesn’t hurt that we also enjoy exquisite food in beautiful settings courtesy of the various showrooms!
A few downtown Chelsea shop owners have jokingly dubbed the East side of Main Street, “Designer’s Row.” Kitty & Company Interior Design LLC is one of those newer locations just inside the historic Sylvan Building at 114 N. Main Street, having been there for a little over a year. Once you step inside, the mix
I decided to surprise my sophomore son at his dorm, 8 hours away, and give him a room makeover. He is an RA this year, so he has his own room. You can see the before photos here. (He called it his humble place…but it was sad and sterile). Amazon saved us as I only
How much do you love gray? We Americans have been obsessed with varying shades of gray for a handful of years now. Personally, I have loved Sherwin Williams gray palette the most. Common uses have been gray cabinets, gray painted walls, gray linens, and even gray hair!? – what is up with that? (those young
I saw these furniture sets at High Point Market. We had to do a double take on these monochromatic furniture sets. I’m thinking Andy Warhol meets Victorian. What do you think? Will this be the next trend?
Honestly, blue is not my “go to” color, when I am designing spaces or buying clothing for myself. However, this season I have found myself appreciating hues of blues. First of all, I’ve recently gained a talented design assistant, Angie, (more on her soon). One of the first days she worked for me, she told