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KMID was founded by owner and principal designer Kate Maloney Albiani. With a background in business marketing, Kate followed her passion into the world of interiors in 2003. As her business quickly grew she realized the value of keeping clients informed throughout the design process. Her transparent approach and attention to detail has gained her the trust of countless New England families.

Recognized for our expertise by clients and industry peers, KMID has been featured in the Boston Junior League Show house and publications such as New England Home Magazine, Boston Home and Boston Globe Magazine. We have also collaborated with writers from blogs like Dooley Noted Style and Style Carrot to share a more personal side to our firm and our work. We have been featured on NECN’s BDC Style Watch and are excited to be included in an episode of HGTV’s House Hunters Renovations airing this Spring.

At KMID we believe that good design is an organic process between the design team and the clients who know what they love. Our creative process stems from an open line of communication with our clients about the function of each space as well as the look, feel and overall vibe they are hoping to achieve. Our goal is to create rooms that are just as beautiful to look at as they are comfortable to live in. For over ten years now many families have chosen to work with us for our professionalism as well as our youthful spin on balancing form with function.