Her style is the fusion of a southern upbringing and modern sensibility - a congruence of warmth and comfort with clean, crisp details.
Kelly Taylor Interior Design (KTID) was founded in 2004. As a graduate of Parson's School of Design (Interior Design) and the College of Charleston (English), Kelly brings both a creative and meticulous eye to her projects.
Kelly has practiced interior design since 1999, when she joined Bogdanow Partners Architects in New York and focused on hospitality projects, most notably the Tribeca Grand Hotel. In 2001, Kelly moved to Providence and joined Durkee, Brown, Viveiros and Werenfels Architects (DBVW), where she worked on a numbers of high end loft projects in historic Providence buildings.
Kelly holds her certification in interior design from the National Council for Interior Design Qualification (NCIDQ) and is a professional member of the International Interior Design Association (IIDA), where she had volunteered for many years. She is an advocate of consumer-protection in the form of interior design legislation as well as of sustainable architecture and design.
Raised in Charleston, SC and schooled in New York City, Kelly brings an appreciation of both historic and modern architecture to her designs. As an architectural designer, she focuses first on the space, which then lends itself to the proper materials. She values the designer-client collaboration, taking care to listen to the needs and constraints of her client then designing as personally as possible to fit those needs.