Elizabeth K. Kelly ASID, MDCID, NCIDQ

A little background information...

 

Principal - Elizabeth K. Kelly (Hall)
ASID, CID, NCIDQ  Maryland Board Certified Interior Designer
Elizabeth is a Washington, DC Metro area native, from the Potomac area, who grew up spending time in nature along the C&O canal and Potomac River. She studied Classical Voice in Baltimore and earned her degree in Interior Design is from Marymount University in Arlington, VA.

She has 30 years of varied expertise in residential & commercial interior design collaboratively creating supportive environments. She relocated to Easton, MD in 2002 for a better 'Quality of life!'

Her design mission is: "To positively contribute to a better quality of life for her clients!" and her design philosophy is to do this through transformative changes that reduce unnecessary environmental stressors, maximize comfort, "bring nature in" and accent personal aspects within the interior space as well as the beauty in their surroundings!

Her Residential Interior design work has included fine homes in the MD-DC-VA Metro area, PA, NY, CT, SC, FL and the Eastern Shore of MD. Highlights of her career include: a foreign Ambassador's 'Beaux Arts' mansion at DuPont Circle in Washington, DC Detailed millwork design for a 93-foot schooner/tall ship built in Nova Scotia, Model Homes in Northern, VA and Senior Living Communities in DC. 

Through the 1990's she gained experience in commercial design including consulting on FF&E for DC Property mgmt./Real Estate development corporations & Associations then Higher Educational / Institutional Design, as Senior Designer for Facilities Planning and Development for American University and Hospitality design as Senior Design Consultant for Marriott International working on updating of Franchise & full service Domestic Suites Hotels.

She has also participated on local commercial community projects such as Christ Church Parish house, the Miles River Yacht Club, Tilghman Fire Hall, Tenant space Mixed use Residential/ Retail projects in Easton, health care environments and private offices.


She volunteered for Plein Air & Waterfowl Festivals for many years, has served on the Affordable Housing Board for the Town of Easton and raised funds for various charities through volunteer work with the Talbot Historical Society and Habitat for Humanity. She has also presented to ACE Mentors students to provide a better understanding of interior design as a career option.