Kevin Twitty Interiors
18 Reviews
Kevin brings his passion for life into his design. He creates original, inspired interiors and shows tremendous ambition and attention to detail in his work. He has an intuitive nature that helps translate a client’s wants and needs into beautiful, functional spaces that serve as the stage to create their memories. What set's Kevin apart from other designers is he truly listens to his client's needs. He stays true to their personal style and brings that into every space while challenging them to step outside of their comfort zone to create individual interiors.

Twitty's interiors pull inspiration from a broad range of places. He loves classic timeless designs that do not overtake their environment, but complimented and accentuated the natural elements already present.

You can see global influences in Twitty's designs, which comes from more than textbook memorization. He is a committed globetrotter and explorer. Kevin' uses influences from around the world to bring a unique style into the room.

His favorite design elements are the ones that drastically change your space; proper space planning, special furniture pieces, color, art and accessories.

Twitty received his degree from Stephen F. Austin State University. Following his first semester in he took a job at a small showroom at the Dallas Trade Mart helping with visual displays and continued working there or seven years.

"I believe that design is your personal style. It is the key element that sets the tone to your everyday life. Design wakes up with you in the morning and follows you through the day, all the while setting the stage where your memories are created." - Kevin Twitty

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 Furniture, Custom Home Bars, Custom Kitchen Cabinets, Custom Rugs, Custom Shelving, Custom Walk-in Closets, Dining Room Design, Downsizing, Drafting, Entry Design, Floor Plans, Furniture Selection, Garage Design, Home Office Design, Home Theater Design, Interior Design, Interior Design Photography, Kids Bedroom Design, Kitchen Design, 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, Wine Cellar Design, Kitchen Remodeling

Areas Served
DFW, PDX, Portland Oregon, Beaverton Oregon, Dallas Texas, Frisco Texas, McKinney Texas, Southlake Texas, Colleyville Texas, Grapevine Texas, Plano Texas, Highland Park Texas, University Park Texas, Fort Worth Texas
Contact: Kevin Twitty
Location: 1919 NW Hoyt St.
Portland, OR 97209
Typical Job Costs: $20,000 - 50,000
Costs include design fees and purchasing of furniture, rugs, art, window coverings, etc.
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