Founded in 2004, Kimberly Hall Creative specializes in creating modern interiors that are inviting, luxurious and inspired. Principal Kim Hall responds to each client's practical concerns while at the same time integrating specific desires, the result of which is an environment suited to the client and demonstrates a unique aesthetic. Kim consistently exhibits fresh and dynamic thinking, resulting in projects that are approachable yet always with a nod to the adventurous.
A graduate of the Cornell University program of Art, Architecture and Planning, Kim possesses a broad range of experience in the design industry, including working in fashion and buying merchandise and designing jewelry under the tutelage of legendary designer Kenneth Jay Lane. These early experiences honed her love for innovation and glamour and continue to inform her work. Kim’s background in fine arts is evident in her skill for layering color and texture, creating a bold yet warm mix with a strong emphasis on composition and balance.
As an Associate and Senior Interior Designer at the Rockwell Group from 1996 to 2003, Kim spear-headed a variety of projects in the restaurant, hospitality, and residential realm. With a portfolio of award-winning and widely publicized projects, including the Chambers Hotel and Town Restaurant in New York City, Pod Restaurant in Philadelphia (Stephen Starr), Canyon Ranch Miami, Origins, Django Restaurant and Olives Union Square, she has a proven record of concept-driven thinking.
Kim went on to open Kimberly Hall Kids, in New York City, where from 2004 to 2009, she focused on the design of children's rooms, excelling in the modern and innovative use of small spaces. At the same time Kim was taking on larger projects of all kinds from weekend homes at the beach to Manhattan apartments, restaurants, and contract projects.
Kim lives in New York City with her two sons and dog, Gretel. Her work has been featured in Architectual Digest, Elle Decor, Hamptons Cottages and Gardens, The New York Times, InStyle, Gotham Magazine, and New York Magazine, among others.