Designer Spotlight: J. K. Kling Associates

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Pinterest is usually my go-to resource for inspiration when I’m looking for something specific, like what to do with my office.  But my first runner up is inspiring interior designer portfolios.

 

But, I admit it – I’m a designer portfolio snob.   For me to love a designer, their portfolio needs to be that perfect, magical mix of modern traditional updated style.  Maybe with a little farmhouse or industrial thrown in for good measure.

 

The design firm of J. K. Kling is one of those who does an exceptional job of pulling together that magical mix for me.

 

This kitchen is a perfect example – a touch of farmhouse on the ceiling, updated patterned fabric on the barstools, traditional style lanterns above the island and pretty clean lines in the rest of the space.

 

A pretty kitchen by J.K. Kling Design Associates

 

Beautiful shape and pattern play in this bedroom.

 

Bedroom by JK Kling Accociates

 

Loving the tribal vibe of this fresh wallpaper mixed with the chinoiserie mirror and modern lines of the chest and chair.

 

Vignette by JK Kling Assoc.

 

Modern Greek key mixed with traditional wicker furniture.

 

Outdoor space by JK Kling Assoc.

 

Layers of pattern and texture in a master bathroom.

 

Master bathroom by JK Kling Assoc.

 

See more of the inspiring interior designer portfolio of J. K. Kling Associates by clicking HERE.

 

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  1. Pat @ LifeAtLydiasHouse says:

    Those are all great rooms that mix traditional and modern. I like what I saw and am clicking over to see more! Great inspiration!

  2. I love the two frames on the mirror over the vanity. Are they actually framed mirrors or just the frames? Curious how they attached these to the mirror. That is a great idea I would like to use in our en suite.

    1. I like that look too, Debra. I can’t tell if they’re mirrors or just frames, but I’ve seen both hung on mirrors using several Command Velcro Strips on each one. People who have done it say it works fine. I would be nervous if was a heavy mirror though. :/