Kolleen Kostboth, NCIDQ

I truly believe that a good interior designer does not impose their own personal taste upon their client’s projects. A great interior designer is able to ask the right questions to gain an full understanding of the client's intentions.

 
 
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After graduating from Oklahoma State University I worked several years obtaining experience with high end residential and corporate projects.  I’ve lived in many different locations including Mississippi, Colorado, even Tulsa.  Through the years I have worked on a wide assortment of projects.  With all the moving and various jobs, my heart pulled me back to the Oklahoma City area where I grew up and graduated from Edmond High School.


For a detailed list of past experiences and capabilities, please find me on LinkedIn.

 

My Design Methods

The basis of all my design processes is meeting the client’s expectations and budget.  All spaces of a building, whether commercial or residential, should have a certain flow based on the functional needs and human interactions.  There should be a balance and proportion to all aspects and viewed as a whole.  This includes the structure, finishes, furnishings, views out windows or to another room, lighting, and most importantly colors and patterns.  

My first and foremost objective is to work with my clients to develop their functional needs and how they interact in the space.  With that information we can develop space and furniture floor plans and aesthetic styles all leading to colors and patterns.  


 

Credentials


Oklahoma State University  May 1993                                                      Bachelors of Science majoring in Interior Design                            FIDER accredited program


National Council for Interior Design Qualification (NCIDQ)                   October 1998