Kelly Keiser Interior Design was founded in 2003 and is a San Francisco-based interior design firm with projects sprinkled throughout the Bay Area and Lake Tahoe.
Kelly is a creative who believes in the power of beautiful interiors to transform daily life. With a BA in Interior Design from Oklahoma State University and a well trained eye for quality, craftsmanship, furnishings and textiles, she continues to be recognized for her crisp, timeless style and designs that remain fresh year after year.
Kelly is best known for creating polished spaces that are functional, friendly and beautiful. Each project speaks to her client’s own interests, travels and lifestyle. Her aesthetic is classic with a twist, timeless with a hint of edge. She prides herself on her attention to detail, obsession with quality and love for local craftspeople.
Kelly's work is regularly featured in leading design and lifestyle publications including Better Homes & Gardens, This Old House Magazine, California Home & Design, San Francisco Chronicle and numerous blogs.
Interior Design Services:
- Client consultation to ensure a creative, functional, and beautiful design plan
- Selection of furniture, antiques, lighting, fixtures, finishes, fabrics, rugs, finishes and accessories
- Color/fabric schemes and lighting plans
- Space planning; i.e., maximizing the layout and proper flow of space
- Custom furniture, window treatments, soft goods, and cabinetry/casework design
- Green, healthy and locally-made design options
- Collaboration with the industries most sought after architects, contractors, artisans and landscape designers
- Budget development, refinement, and tracking
- Ordering, tracking, inspection and delivery of all furniture, furnishings, fabrics and accessories
- Coordinating schedules, installation, moving, and temperature controlled storage
- Electronic proposals, documents and invoices
- Partnering with specialists including art consultants, professional organizers, relocation specialists and others trades that bring ease to life's little stresses