Designing livable, artistic spaces that create a comfortable context for people as their lives evolve is a passion for acclaimed designer Kristin Rocke, owner of K. Rocke Interior Design.

For the past 16 years, this Utah-based interior design firm has been creating uniquely designed and influential interiors coast-to-coast and across the globe. With an extensive an award-winning list of projects, Rocke has been listed as one of the “Top 10” Interior Designers by Traditional Home and featured in various distinguished publications.

K. Rocke Design

The firm’s impressive portfolio includes resorts, restaurants, retail shops and residences. “My clients trust me to push the envelope and take them somewhere unexpected, knowing that each project ultimately represents their individuality,” explains Rocke.

Rocke, an NCIDQ Interior Designer, also owns Glass House, a pulsating design store finished with unique items that delights shoppers and elevate the style of their homes. Visit them on social media @glasshouseslc and @krockedesign.

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K. Rocke Design

What’s Ahead?

Making the most of our tremendous range of projects. We’re currently working on edgy modern projects as well as beautiful traditional ones. It’s interesting to create entirely unique spaces that reflect owners, locations and tastes. Our projects give us a continuous source of inspiration to draw from and develop into sophisticated designs.

Excited About:

I love all the distinct and interesting homes and especially the kitchens we’re doing. Our designs take advantage of light and workability, and we have outfitted them like couture for the home. We can dream it, develop it, draw it and get it built–from the smallest to largest details– including one-off furniture, fabrics and wall coverings.

Fresh Ideas:

I keep it fresh by traveling a lot, listening to clients and staying inspired by what I see around me. It’s such an exciting time to be in design. There is so much available and so many opportunities to bring creative visions into being.

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