KBK Interior Design has been providing timeless interior design solutions to residential and commercial projects for over twenty years. Kingsley’s design philosophy stresses a close link between the disciplines of architecture and interior decor. The end results are rich environments defined by sophisticated color palettes, refined materials and detailing that tailor these interiors to suit her clients’ desires. She has the expertise to create a wide variety of interior environments from traditional to modern. Kingsley strives to develop interior spaces with an underlying classicism that survives the passage of design trends. She is committed to coordinating design with an organized and well-managed project that consistently exceed clients’ expectations and comes in on budget.

Services Provided
KBK Interior Design is a full service firm committed to managing well-organized projects that exceed clients’ expectations and come in on budget. KBK is described as "easy to work with," and often coordinates with architects and contractors.
Space planning, Furniture layouts using new and existing furniture, Floor plans, elevations and renderings, Custom furniture, cabinet and millwork design, Kitchen and bathroom design

Areas Served
KBK Interior Design works extensively in the greater New York metropolitan area, including Manhattan, Northern and Central New Jersey, the Jersey shore area, Washington DC and the greater Miami Florida area.

Certifications and Awards
American Society of Interior Designers member;
NCIDQ professional certified New Jersey Interior Designer;
ASID NJ Gold Award for Residential Bathroom Design, 2010;
Featured in NBC's Design Smarts;
Published in House Beautiful, Traditional Home, Veranda, Design NJ and coffee table books
Premier NY & NJ Interior Designer

Contact: Kingsley Belcher Knauss
Location: 205 Benson Place
Westfield, NJ 07090
Commented: Must have this amazing chair! Who makes it and under what name? It is by Hickory chair and it is also one of their leathers. I do not recall the name.
14 hours ago in Photo Questions  
Commented: The window treatment beneath the drapes? This is a woven roman shade with blackout lining. It is from a company called B&W. I order from my workroom so I can not provide any additional information.
October 31, 2014 in Photo Questions  
Commented: What is the size of the mirrors? Width and height? These mirrors are doors to Medicine cabinets and therefore have to clear the spout of the faucet. You could have a backsplash as low as 4"H and start your mirror from that point. Height of the mirror in...
November 12, 2014 in Photo Questions  
Kingsley Belcher Knauss, ASID commented on a discussion in Photo Questions: Must have this amazing chair! Who makes it and under what name?
14 hours ago
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