Viking Range, LLC, the leader in residential kitchen technology, has named Kim Radovich as the 2021 March Designer of Distinction. Kim is the principal designer at Kim Radovich Interiors and is the third monthly winner in the 2021 Viking Kitchen Design Competition. Designers from around the United States are vying for the coveted honor to become the 2021 Viking Designer of the Year.
Kim describes the East Hampton home story below:
Our NYC client wanted a charming retreat for weekend escapes, and she found just that. This cedar clad salt box home is situated within walking distance or a quick bike ride into the town of East Hampton. We designed and decorated down to the last detail, creating the perfect space for relaxation. The kitchen cabinets are by East Point Builders of Long Island. Our client was overjoyed by the outcome and cannot wait to use the house all summer long and for years to come. The pool will be opened and flower boxes filled in just a few weeks!
We also have two other projects with a Viking range that will be completed by this year’s end –
- one in Sag Harbor, NY
- one in Muttontown, NY
More about Kim and Kim Radovich Interiors:
Timeless Elegance. Modern Sensibilities.
Interior designer Kim Radovich has a mission – restoring integrity to design – and her firm, Kim Radovich Interiors, accomplishes that with every project. Whether lovingly preserving a historic estate or infusing new construction with classic detail, Kim is committed to delivering the utmost quality and design for both residential and commercial clients. Trained at the prestigious Parsons School of Design, her extensive background in fine arts informs her signature style. Her design firm, located on the famed Gold Coast of Long Island, offers a multitude of services, including space planning, consulting, custom furniture design, architectural detailing, feng shui and sustainable design. Kim and her team have completed design projects across the country as well as internationally, with the bulk of design commissions spanning the New York metro area, from New York City to Long Island, the Gold Coast to the Hamptons. Her work has been featured in many national publications, such as Traditional Home, House Beautiful, Business of Home and Pulse.
An involved member of the design community, Kim is a past president of the New York Metro chapter of the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID), as well as a Member of the Interior Design Society (IDS). In 2019, she debuted Design Retreat, an intimate two-day workshop exploring all aspects of the interior design business, from business brass tacks (legal and finance) to marketing and PR to even how our health and wellness affect our productivity and success. Not only did Kim present on client management, managing a team, etc., but she also enlisted an expert roster of professionals to address the biggest challenges designers face today. Design Retreat is Kim’s way of sharing what she wished she had learned earlier in her career, and the next is scheduled to take place this June on Long Island.