Kathy Gordon is a residential interior designer working with national and international clients, from decorating a single room to working with clients from construction to completion. The span of her experience is broad: from working with photography studios, retail stores, and showrooms, to helping Hurricane Katrina victims with Dr. Phil and being featured on television’s “Extreme Makeovers”. With over 25 years devoted to Interior Design, and her unique proximity to the Furniture Capital of the World, High Point North Carolina, Kathy is known for creating timeless spaces that reflect her clients lifestyles.

To Kathy, each client has their own unique equation for the style and function that will work for their families. Hiring an interior designer like Kathy can take the guesswork out of making hundreds of decisions and expand clients’ visions for their space that isn’t just good on paper, but right for their lifestyles.


Kathy Gordon, Allied ASID Designer

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Four years ago we moved from our large historic home to a small urban townhouse and a country place on the river. Since both locations need furnishing a shopping trip to North Carolina has become part of my winter schedule each year. During my first trip to NC I met Kathy Gordon. Kathy caught on

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Diane Mueller

In reference to Kathy Gordon’s furniture consultation services and products, I applaud them! Kathy has been a true gem in helping us with various rooms and products in our home, from advising us on re-doing the entire nook off our dining room to assisting us with furniture in our daughter’s room. She also helped us

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Angelin Hamm

Thank you for the personal attention, grasp of our requirements, and, most importantly, quick understanding of our taste, that you displayed last Saturday. You know the stock. You do your homework. You are terrific at what you do. All together you made it possible for us to have an efficient and extremely productive buying experience

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Anne Macclintock

We had just moved from another state and our furnishings, while many of them quality pieces, could best be described as a hodge-podge plunked down into our new home and surroundings. We needed to furnish guest rooms and somehow pull together the living room and the upstairs television viewing room. Kathy, to the rescue! She drew

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Ginny Bates