The discovery-forward designer divulges her go-to fabric showroom, her timeless design muse and the magic of the 10th floor of 200 Lex.
Using soft shades and fashion-forward tones as her go-to palettes of choice, New Jersey-based interior designer Christina Kim turns to the subtle side of the color spectrum when creating her statement-making spaces. It’s the designer’s keen curiosity for art-forward rooms and her passion for bringing storied spaces to life that continue to wow the interiors world. Here, we tapped Christina to find out what she’s most looking forward to at this year’s WNWN… along with a few other necessary details.
Coffee or Tea…Coffee
Town or Country…Town
Fave floor at 200 Lex…10th floor—the Gallery of course!
Go-to Textile Showroom…Kravet!
Fabrics are…a never-ending fascinating puzzle.
Comfort looks like…good lighting and worn fabrics.
Luxury for me is…simplicity and time.
Art will…design the vibe.
Next Passport Stamp…France
I’m a firm believer in…how you do anything is how you do everything.
The world needs more…belly laughs.
Any panel discussions or showroom events you’re attending?
As many as I can!
Are there any collaboration projects you’re excited to see?
Elena Frampton at Wexler Gallery. Yes to the 70s!
What excited you most about this time of year?
The electric energy of Fall in New York City—especially at 200 Lex during WNWN.