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Who is the best interior designer in Oklahoma City? Vote for your fave and suggest designers in the comments section of this post that we missed on this list of 15.
The capital state of Oklahoma is home to diverse and fashionable neighborhoods, modern architecture, and historic districts. With the funky creative vibe of the Plaza District and Spanish revival architecture in the Paseo Arts District, Oklahoma City is brimming with culture and design lovers.
The interior designers of Oklahoma City make the interiors as worthy of sight-seeing as the permanent sculptures in the Myriad Botanical Gardens. We’ve gathered the 15 most talented interior designers in the city. Check out our list, and let us know who your favorite is in the poll below!
Karen studied interior design at the University of Oklahoma through the College of Architecture. She has been designing kitchens for 30 years, and has served as an officer for the local National Kitchen & Bathroom Association. Her work has been featured in House Beautiful, Colonial Homes, and Women’s Day magazines. Karen believes in giving back, and her company supports organizations like Rebuilding Together and Positive Tomorrows.
Paige developed an interest in commercial design while working for Dallas based corporate design firms, Duncan Miller Ullman and Intelligent Interiors. When she moved to Oklahoma City, she opened A-Line Designs to pursue her passion for residential design. Her services include a variety of solutions including house renovations and furniture design. Paige is a graduate of the Design Program at Oklahoma State University.
Early on, Leslie developed a love for homes, gardens, and beautiful things. Through her career as a registered nurse, she expressed a deep caring for others. Her gifts of vision and style presented her with opportunities to nurture the health and well-being of those she cares for. As the owner of Luxurious Spaces, Leslie continues to make a difference by creating interiors and landscaping aspects that bring joy to her clients.
Born and raised in rural Pond Creek, Denise has been decorating since the 4th grade, when her mother let her decorate her own bedroom. The owner of a custom drapery business, Denise’s mother inspired her creativity and entrepreneurial spirit. Denise is now the owner of the successful company Decorating Den. She received her BA from the University of Oklahoma, and has traveled across the country.
Based in Oklahoma City, Jennifer has completed projects in Palm Springs, Denver, and Dallas. Her eye for design and attention to detail is greatly appreciated by her clients. Jennifer’s work encompasses a broad range of styles, tailored to each client’s specific needs and wishes. Her signature look is a sleek, sophisticated interior layered with texture and comfort.
Justin has always had an interest in design and architecture. He started his career in finance and construction, but after 7 years decided to pursue a degree in interior design. Justin earned his master’s degree from the New York School of Interior Design. Prior to opening Facet 14 Studio, he worked with several notable firms in New York.
Phara received her interior design degree in 2009, and has been actively involved in the field since then. She is currently President of the American Society of Interior Designers for the state of Oklahoma. Phara likes to stretch her client’s imaginations, coming up with ideas they never would have thought of on their own. However, she strongly believes that great design requires collaboration and listening to the client.
Rosalie is a creative problem solver with a storytelling aspect to her interior design. She earned her bachelor’s degree in interior design at Texas Christian University. For 16 years, she was president of her own award-winning interior design company. These days, Rosalie lends her design talents to the premiere firm Winter House Interiors.
Ronette studied merchandising at Bauder Fashion College, and went on to complete her studies at the Sheffield School of Design in New York. Her professional experience includes many years as a visual merchandiser and floral designer, so Ronette’s interiors display a wide range of styles. Her main drive in decorating is to create warm, elegant rooms that can be shared with family and friends. Ronette’s company, Off The Wall, specializes in merchandising for a more cohesive and balanced design.
Patricia is the owner of Options 2 Design, a progressive design firm and furniture showroom. Her signature style mixes traditional with transitional, with a touch of classic modern. As a designer, Patricia’s goal is to help relieve the stress of decorating decisions and create a style that suits her client’s lifestyle. She realizes that classically modern interiors should be as comfortable as they are dramatic.
Lori began her career in interior design over 10 years ago. Through the experience gained in this time, Lori is able to deliver problem solving solutions to her clients. She is committed to a fresh approach on each and every project, and emphasizes kitchen and bath design. A busy mom and wife, Lori enjoys painting and traveling with her family in her free time.
Growing up in a family of artists gives Kellie a sense of authentic creativity, and made her decision to study interior design an easy one. She dabbled in the studio at her childhood home, and considers her teenage room makeover a defining moment in her passion for design. Kellie earned her degree at the University of Central Arkansas, and relocated to Oklahoma with her now-husband.
Katie fell in love with interior design at age 16, when her mother let her paint-splatter her bedroom. She continues to have a passion for creating spaces that people adore. Katie’s goal is to create designs and interiors that reflect the personalities and passions of her clients. She started Bleu Door Designs to help others with their design challenges and bring them inspired creations.
Debbie has over 24 years of experience in the business, and is committed to meeting her client’s design needs. It’s not surprising that a high percentage of her business comes from repeat customers and referrals. Her company, Designs by Debbie, specializes in custom draperies and bedding. Debbie’s work has been featured in many designer showcase homes, attracting clients both in Oklahoma and throughout the country.
Amber considers being a designer like being a design therapist. She feels blessed with the ability to foster the creative side of her clients with her own experience and training. Interior design is more than a job for Amber, it is part of who she is. A mother to four daughters, Amber also opened the Ten Star Pizza Kitchen with her husband Ryan.
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