Here's How it Works
- Call to discuss the details of your project and learn how Kimberly's unique approach can work for you
- Meet on location to discuss material options, lighting conditions, and best practices
- Kimberly prepares a detailed color schedule, with material samples and creative solutions
- Call or email to receive support and coaching as the project develops
Kimberly can be contacted by phone at 978.969.3752 or by email through the contact page.
Kimberly has been helping clients color and shape their architecture since 1989. With a landscape painter's skill in selecting value and hue, each project is a collaboration that results in a design strategy for the complete finish.
Award winning projects have established brand recognition, created positive work and sales environments for business, and provided comfort, style and marketability for many residences along the East Coast.
If your old or new home needs color and surface selections that will satisfy your family's needs better than those influenced by the latest trends, or if you are creating a business environment to project a sophisticated public presence, Kimberly can help you to make the color design decisions that will stand the test of time.
PublicationsWhat to Know Before You Paint Your Walls White
A coat of white paint can do wonders in one room and wreak havoc in another. Here’s what to know about using the popular hue.
Deep colors add height, white creates calm, and warm hues spark energy. Learn more ways to use floor color to enhance your home.
Color can play up or play down architecture, create a positive experience and more. Here's how to put it to work for you.
Workshops and Classes
Kimberly presents her work at architectural conferences, and also teaches workshops and classes on color theory at colleges and universities.Spatial Sleight of Hand
ABX Conference 2015, November 17th - 19th
North Shore Community College
September 14th - November 9th, 9:00am - 12:00pm
ABX 2014, Boston Society of Architects' 2014 Convention
Tuesday October 28th, 3:30 - 5:00