Kathy Appel, ASID
9 Reviews
Best of Houzz Winner for Design and Service! We are a full service interior design and landscaping firm in the suburbs of Philadelphia. We help clients in Bucks County, Montgomery County and the Lehigh Valley create the perfect spaces for living and working.

Each client is unique and this has given us the opportunity to work in a variety of styles; Victorian, Bohemian, Bucks County Farmhouse, Mid Century Modern, Art Deco, Contemporary, Industrial, Art Nouveau, Traditional, Arts & Crafts, Country French, Transitional and more!

Whether your space is a humble abode, elegant estate, or bustling business, We provide bespoke solutions for every need. For basic consultations, major renovations, or new construction - we possess the talent, experience, and resources to craft interiors that reflect your personal history and unique style.

To learn more about the extensive products and services we offer visit these pages:

Services Provided
Art Selection, Attic Conversion, Basement Design, Bathroom Design, Bedroom Design, Closet Design, Color Consulting, Custom Bathroom Vanities, Custom Blinds & Shades, Custom Bookcases, Custom Built-ins, Custom Cabinets, Custom Entertainment Centers, Custom Fireplace Mantels, Custom Furniture, Custom Home Bars, Custom Kitchen Cabinets, Custom Murphy Beds, Custom Pantries, Custom Rugs, Custom Shelving, Custom Walk-in Closets, Decluttering, Dining Room Design, Downsizing, Energy-Efficient Homes, Entry Design, Feng Shui Design, Floor Plans, Furniture Selection, Green Building, Historic Building Conservation, Holiday Decorating, Home Office Design, Home Staging, Home Theater Design, Interior Design, Kitchen Design, Kitchen Remodeling, Laundry Room Design, Lighting Design, Living Room Design, Mudroom Design, Nursery Design, Playroom Design, Project Management, Space Planning, Sunroom Design & Construction, Sustainable Design, Universal Design

Areas Served
Bedminster, Center Valley, Emmaus, Hellertown, Hilltown, Kintnersville, Pennsburg, Perkasie, Perkiomenville, Quakertown, Richlandtown, Riegelsville, Salford, Sellersville, Doylestown, New Hope, Newtown, Bucks County, Lehigh Valley, Montgomery County, Northampton County, Allentown, Bethlehem

Certifications and Awards
Professional Member ASID
NCIDQ Certificate #23239
Best of Houzz Design 2016
Best of Houzz Service 2016
IDA 2011 Interior Design Award
PA East Chapter ASID Presidential Citation 2016
PA East Chapter Rising Star Award 2009
Contact: Kathy Appel
Location: Call For A Consultation
Quakertown, PA 18951
License Number: NCIDQ #23239
Typical Job Costs: $125 - 200,000
Our services range from a color consultation where we the color samples to you and help you select paint colors. The starting package includes color selection for three rooms and costs just $125.00. At the other end of the spectrum a $200,000.00 project encompassed design and project management for total home renovation including kitchen, bathrooms, flooring and finish updates throughout the entire house. There are a variety of services and products that we provide at various price points.
Commented: Hi, what is the brand of the bathtub? Thank you! It is a Jacuzzi soaking tub
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Commented: are rug Thank You @maryfergusc I lox that too! The importer I work with is based in Philadelphia, PA. They import hand knotted rugs directly from many countries. Much of what they have is very unique. If you ...
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Commented: Cannot find the accent color I like the spice color you have below the staircase railing. The gold is similar in value to the grey so it's not contrasting enough. Check out my post on the color wheel and types of color schemes.
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Commented: Keep this rug ? Things are progressing nicely!
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Commented: Are gray cabinets here to stay? Congratulations summit1978! So glad you decided to go with what you love. The first thing I ask clients is if they preparing for resale in the next year or two, or if they are planning to stay. If the...
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Commented: Need help choosing rug It often turns out that your first instinct is best. Even though the first one is on backorder it is worth waiting for a chance to try that one. It's hard to wait when you are excited about finishing ...
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