Focus On Design: Cathy Kert Interiors
For interior spaces defined by casual elegance, Cathy Kert Interiors is the place to trust.
The quintessential Cape Cod home should provide the foundation for lifelong memories with loved ones. For Cathy Kert of Cathy Kert Interiors (CKI), designing a home takes into consideration aging in place and comfortably hosting guests, all while curating a clean, elegant environment.
Kert describes her style as “casual elegance,” translating spaces into fresh, livable, timeless designs. Her passion is in collaborating with her clients and colleagues. “I love helping people create their most comfortable and attractive spaces where they can express themselves, their lifestyles and families,” Kert reflects.
Kert is a recipient of the Certified Aging in Place Certification (CAP) and is an allied member of the American Society of Interior Designers, which influences her approach to design. “We look into the safety and well-being of our clients’ spaces to ensure it’s always going to be both functional and beautiful, but I also help them design a space that will take them from now into the next 30 years,” she says.
With 20 years of experience, CKI offers four levels of services across Massachusetts, beginning with full-service interior design, where Kert joins projects with the architect or builder to assist with early planning. The company does full kitchen and bath design, also offering surface level updates that give the feel of a brand-new kitchen. Finally, Kert is well-versed in her interior decorating service, as well as staging homes for homeowners and realtors.
“Our homes are the ultimate place we can be for privacy and comfort. To have a great home doesn’t have to cost a lot of money. You can be very thoughtful about how you plan things,” Kert says. “I love what I do. I am very honored to have people’s trust and be there for them,” she shares.
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