Spaces With History and Heart With Story and Substance
Cloth & Kind is a nationally recognized residential & commercial interior design studio led by partners and principal interior designers Krista Nye Nicholas and Tami Ramsay.
At their very core they are curators and storytellers. Both inspired as children by their international travels and the natural world, they were invariably drawn to tell their stories through creation by incorporating the objects and relics of those experiences into their lives like talisman. The textiles from India became magical, the shells and rocks from Argentina became treasure chest bounty.
This early reverence for objects and the assignment of meaning to things found served as a telling precursor to embracing their true voice and vision for story telling through space.
Many life experiences later, they have come full circle. Their combined aesthetic is a unique confluence of the myriad inspirations encountered in the world, other cultures and in the simplicity of their daily lives. And like their lives, their creative vision always reaches for that splendid mix of layers, textures and art. At best, it is a playful intersection of what makes them deeply happy.
They parlay this vision into each project and engage their clients in a collaborative exercise so that in the end, together, they create spaces with history and heart, with story and substance.
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