Owner Kathryn J. LeMaster is an Allied member of ASID (American Society of Interior Designers) and holds a Bachelor of Science in Interior Design from the University of Central Arkansas. The honors and awards received during her academic career include winning the senior restaurant design project competition judged and awarded by world-renowned interior designer, Georg Andersen.

She furthered her education and experience by accepting a coveted position with the award winning firm, Tobi Fairley Interior Design. During her time there Kathryn contributed to projects featured in national and local magazines such as Southern Living and At Home in Arkansas as well as other media venues including Tobi’s Blog and KATV’s Good Morning Arkansas. In addition to managing luxury full service projects for local clients, Kathryn designed projects for clients across the globe from California to the UK through Tobi’s web based design service, InBox Interiors.

Since beginning her company, Kathryn has been privileged to work with a variety of clients involving a wide range of design aesthetics. With an eye for detail and a vision for the big picture, she is able to help her clients create the look, feel, and function desired for their space. Having worked with budgets large and small, clients near and far, and scopes of work from basic consultations to full home remodels – Kathryn knows that every project will be as unique as each client. Her ultimate goal is to customize the design experience and aesthetic, so that the service, timeline, budget, and other components fit comfortably with each client’s specific needs, thus creating designs tailored in all aspects.

Her most recent work includes a colorful storybook cottage in the historic Hillcrest neighborhood of Little Rock, AR, featured in At Home in Arkansas Magazine’s May 2017 issue. Her highlight from last year was getting to design the Sitting Room for the Arkansas Symphony Orchestra Designer House XXIII in the spring of 2016. Other recent published work included a whole home remodel in the historic Height’s neighborhood of Little Rock featured in the May 2015 issue of At Home in Arkansas Magazine. Prior to that, a family-friendly kitchen remodel was published in the April 2014 issue of At Home in Arkansas Magazine. In 2013, her work was showcased in the Arkansas Symphony Orchestra Designer House XXII in Little Rock and became a widely popular project, with images circulating the web from Pinterest to design blogs such as Apartment Therapy and Centsational Girl.

When she’s not busy helping clients achieve their design and decor dreams, Kathryn enjoys sprucing up her own home (a fixer upper in the midst of a makeover), spending time with family and friends, helping her husband spoil their two chocolate labs – Rufus and Nellie -and enjoying the outdoors. She can almost always be found with a cup of strong coffee in hand. It is speculated that this may be her greatest weakness while at the same time, her secret source of power.