A Year of Success, A Year Of New Opportunity For Kimberly Rider Interiors

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Following a big year in 2012, 2013 is looking even more prosperous and bright for Kimberly Rider and her firm Kimberly Rider Interiors.

What do you see as your property’s greatest success in 2012?

Full-dress Design and Decoration of San Anselmo Family Home, Opening of ipanema spa, Opening of pelo fitness, creation of design concept for the Gorgeous and Green annual fundraiser for Global Green http://www.globalgreen.org/ 

What do you see as some of the biggest opportunities in the coming year ahead?

Increased Custom Fabrication In-House for Residential Clients and Elevation of Branded Spaces for Commercial Clients. 

What changing market aspects will have the greatest impact on the way you conduct business in 2013?

Sustainable Custom Printing Techniques and Hand-made options for Wallpaper, Eco-Certified Specialty Wood Veneers for Wallpaper and Furniture, New Luxurious Textiles in Amazing colors and patterns. 

What is it about your firm that sets you apart from the rest?

My philosophy of Integrated, Emotional and Cohesive Design Plans that carry intention and meaning. We work exhaustively to support our clients’ individual styles and needs.

What are the most important questions a client should ask themselves before selecting an designer in your market?

Clients should know themselves and their working style and ask, “How do I want this process of transformation to go?”, “Will I be a collaborator, a leader, a partner?” The design process is unique for every designer and the working style can determine whether or not the experience and end result is what you want. Just be honest about your priorities, budget, likes and dislikes and again–“how do you want to work together with your designer?” A good fit is about an open and communicative working style that allows people to adjust and foster creativity and discourse. It should also be really fun!

 To Learn More: Visit: Kimberly Rider’s Haute Design Profile


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