Kathleen Ramsey, Allied ASID

(913) 449-4925
ramseyinteriors.com

Services Provided
Based in Kansas City, Kathleen has been happily creating since 2004. Ramsey Interiors has been helping people with all aspects of Interior design projects including: original design, project management & procurement for kitchen remodels, bath remodels, furniture, drapery & accessories. Kathleen is a versatile interior designer who strives to create spaces that speak to your unique design desires.

Areas Served
Kansas City Metro Area. Topeka, Lawrence and Lees Summit.

Typical Job Cost
$3,000.00 - $25,000.00
*I work with clients on an hourly fee basis for creative design time, and at cost plus for items I specify for you
*I am happy to work up a flat fee proposal for design services specific to your project


Business Description
Kathleen Ramsey is an award winning interior designer in Kansas City. "Re-energize, Inspire and Comfort". I believe your surroundings should do all three. I am comfortable with the colors, lines and motifs of many furniture periods. My signature style is adding color, drama, and bit of sparkle.

Ramsey Interiors was born in 2004 after a life-long passion for design. I have a degree in interior design, so I am able to help my clients from the blue print stage all the way to the decorating details. My practice includes; space planning, furniture and accessory selections, window treatments, remodeling and color consultations.

Certification and Awards
Allied Member ASID
Best of Houzz 2014
Best of Houzz Designer 2013
Heartland Design Award 2013
KCH&G Remodel Award Winner 2013
Design Excellence Award Winner 2013
Design Excellence Award Winner 2012
Heartland Design Award Winner 2012
Design Excellence Award Winner 2010
Kansas City's Resource for Inspired Design
Best of Houzz 2013 & 2014
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14111 W 95th St
Lenexa, KS 66215 
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Great question. Not real Zebra, cowhide. These chairs are custom designed and available through Ramsey Interiors or an interior designer in your area.
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Kathleen Ramsey, Allied ASID
The black and white dining room featured in this article is still one of my faves! Thanks for selecting it.
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Denise Whitaker
Label doors
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justcrzyjane
I want the eye pillows, where can I purchase them?
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Brad Carne
Beautiful kitchen by the way!
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Kathleen Ramsey, Allied ASID
Brad, the tile is Marazzi Timeless Calcutta pearl. Good luck with your project!
August 8, 2014 at 11:03AM   
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Kathy, the rest of the trim is painted. However, the doors to all the rooms on the main level are painted black. It looks great.
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Kathleen Ramsey, Allied ASID
If you have hardwood floors, then I would leave them stained. They are "technically" part of the floor. The dark style does go with the iron birds nest railings. Also, it does go with your preferred look of a more casual/ rustic look.
July 28, 2014 at 8:05AM      Thanked by beth1dawn
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Rockin' Fine Finish
it would look good if you had the wood on both sides but you don't leave it the way it is
July 29, 2014 at 9:29PM   
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Brandi Nash Hicks
I love the dark...gorgeous
July 29, 2014 at 9:34PM   
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I agree with hayleydaniels on this. Typically you want for the artwork to be about 2/3 the width of whatever is below it.
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loeffert
Thank you and thank you! I'm going to try your suggestions as soon as I get home, keeping the mirror and the picture are still my wish - I just don't want it to look nutty. Great advice!
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abbyjean
A plant on the floor next to the buffet under the burlap would smile in the sunshine from the windows right there, too. Make the pot your accent color for the space......red???
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Kathleen Ramsey, Allied ASID
What a lovely update! Congratulations!
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Novus Designs
Beautiful transformation! Great job!
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Chelsea Construction Corporation
Beautiful. Love how open and airy it feels for such a small space. Congrats! -Chelsea Construction
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Kathleen Ramsey, Allied ASID
That IS a dilemma. They do look good closed, and a little awkward open... I typically will split the difference in the distance from the top of the trim to the ceiling. Another treatment I recommend is doing a valance over the top of the opening. The fabric comes down to just cover the trim and top of the window. If you need the privacy, you can add a one way draw panel or a center split draw.
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Carolyn Albert-Kincl, ASID
Can you show us another photo please that includes the kitchen cabinets?
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Click on the pics to get a full view.
Lighting is bad this time if day with sunlight. Does this give you an idea?
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Al Fortunato Furnituremaker
Initially I would say to not paint. But then I would ask the following questions. How old is the house? Was the wainscot original to the house or an add on? What kind of wood is it?

All of these things come in to play when making the decision. If you have an old house and it is an integral part of its history, then it shouldn't be painted. If the house is a newer home and/or the wainscot is not original then painting is possible. If the wood is a high end species, then no painting.

I typically don't like painted wood that wasn't originally painted. I feel the past must be considered, and trends (fads) ignored.
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Kathleen was always on time and she was a great listener. She had good subcontractors and her work was high quality. She took my master bedroom and transform...
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I hired Kathleen Ramsey to design and oversee the complete renovation of an older home. She is an excellent designer, who quickly learned my style and taste af...
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Review by design52:

When I decided to revamp the master bedroom and bath area, I was a bit apprehensive. I knew the "feel" that I wanted to achieve but was not quite sure how to m...
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Review by Country Club Builders:

Kathleen adds value to our projects with her detailed approach to space planning and handling the design details for our clients. She brings the project to th...
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I am a novice at redecorating and was actually a bit afraid of the process. No one is easier to work with than Kathleen! She had wonderful ideas that reflecte...
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I have worked with Country Club Builders since 2012. The projects we have done together have been high end, custom projects. I highly recommend them for severa...
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I have been using Premier Distributing for tile selections since 2007. They are user friendly, and have a great variety of tile to put the finishing touches on...
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I have referred Total Home of KC to several clients. Services have included new doors, windows, interior and exterior repairs and painting. My clients have all...
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I worked with Chris at Hufft Projects to create a custom handrail in Topeka. I showed him my ideas for an industrial feeling rail that incorporates walnut deta...
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