your aesthetic in one sentence.
Modern-hip with a funky twist.
Tell us about one of
your favorite projects — and why you enjoyed it.
Myself, Gail K. and Sarah K. (all family members) just recently
completed a project for the new Rozga Funeral Planning Center in
downtown Milwaukee. From one multi-generational family business to
another, it’s always special to work with other local businesses. We
have worked with Rozga in the past, and this time they wanted more of an
updated, modern, fresh look. Their space looks amazing, and it’s not
your typical funeral planning center.
Aside from furniture
and décor, who or what influences or inspires you?
I love the pop culture era, including pop art, and (also), of
course, traveling to different cities.
Finish this sentence:
Every room needs _____ .
A personal memento — from artwork to a family heirloom piece.
What is something
that would surprise people to learn about you?
I met my husband
at Biltrite. He moved here from New York City and was referred by mutual
friends to shop at our store. Who knew that a customer would turn out to
be “the one!”
What are your
favorite Milwaukee-area spots?
For clothing, Lela Boutique and Bruce Paul Goodman; for shoes, Shoo; for
glasses, Metro Eye; for beauty, Indulge Salon and Skin; for restaurants,
Beans & Barley, Buckley’s, Centro Café, Coquette Café and Il Mito; and
for a picture-framing shop, South Shore Gallery & Framing. For museums,
currently Betty Brinn Children’s Museum with my 4-year-old son.