EK Reedy Interiors, Inc.
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Jackson Hole Award Winning, Full-Service Design Firm

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EK Reedy Interiors has been creating regional interiors in the Teton Valley since 1990. Our design firm is structured as a working studio equipped with an extensive interior furnishings library that provides our clientele easy access to the most current design products. Founding Principal Katherine Reedy received a BS in Interior Architecture at Arizona State University. After a ten year tenure in Manhattan, Katherine relocated to Jackson and established EK Reedy Interiors. EK Reedy Interiors has experience of designing penthouses in New York, and residential projects in Scottsdale, Denver, and Nashville. EK Reedy Interiors staff performs all phases of an interior project ranging from: Program development, Interior Space Planning, Lighting Design, Furniture specifications, Color Palette development, Ordering and Purchasing, Receiving and Deliveries, Warehousing and Installations. EK Reedy Interiors is a design oriented firm with the capabilities to provide full design services. It is important to EK Reedy Interiors that the interior reflects our client’s needs and personal expression. EK Reedy Interiors has often had the pleasure of working with clients whom wish to express a regional character in their living environments. Our western location offers rich materials from which to draw design concepts and palettes.

Services Provided

Color Consulting, Home Staging, Interior Design, Lighting Design, Space Planning, Furniture Specifications, Color Palette Development, Program Development, Ordering and Pruchasing, Receiving and Deliveries, Installations

Areas Served

Jackson, Jackson Hole, Nashville, Scottsdale, Swan Valley, New York City, Big Sky


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