Kim Armstrong
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Award-winning designer Kim Armstrong is recognized for her colorfully eclectic spaces and thoughtfully designed renovations. Her projects are primarily focused in Highland Park, Preston Hollow or older East Dallas neighborhoods. But she has worked on projects all over the great state of Texas and designed a client's second home in Idaho. Kim's ingredients to a successful design include collaboration with her clients, approached with a sense of humor, she has and a no-holds-barred approach to pattern, color, and is constantly integrating unique pieces that hold a story. She believes that life is beautiful, quirky and interesting, and our interiors should comfortably reflect all that our lives have to offer.
Full service interior design, minimum project budget $35,000.

Services Provided
Custom Furniture, Remodeling

Areas Served
Dallas, Highland Park, North Dallas, Oak Lawn, University Park

Certifications and Awards
Allied ASIDNCIDQ ASID Legacy of Design 4 time recipientDesign OvationDHome and Benjamin Moore "Hues' the boss" color contest, 2 time recipient.
Contact: Kim Armstrong
Location: 8919 Forest Hills Blvd.
Dallas, TX 75218
Typical Job Costs: $35,000 - 1,000,000+
Commented: love the quilt - who has it? It's an old style from Pottery Barn
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Commented: Love these prints! I searched for music posters, you can find them in a variety of places, but a lot came from ETSY.com
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Commented: Sedie I am not sure the age of these chairs... they were passed down to my client.
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Commented: Love the paint colour - can you let me know the brand and colour name Benjamin Moore's Admiral Blue 2065-10
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Commented: bedside table I'm sorry. i cannot remember the manufacturer of this side table. This project was about 5 years ago, and I do not have their folder located in my office any more to look this up for you.
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Commented: Curved entryway walls I hung this just like I would on a flat wall, you might have to bend open the hook with a needle nose plier just a little more. Also, test the item to make sure it isn't too wide. if you get the ite...
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