Kathleen Kelsey – Principal interior designer
Originally from Toledo, Ohio, principal interior designer Kathleen Kelsey attended the University of Toledo and attained a Bachelor of Science degree in “Interior Design” with a minor in Business.
Kelsey refined her expertise as a professional interior designer working on residential, corporate, and hospitality projects throughout the United States. Consulting to international architectural firms, with her knowledge of interior architectural design and business, Kelsey is much more than a decorator. This variety of experience along with
her natural talent has led to a distinctive and significant style that has earned her acclaim and awards.
Mason J Williams – Secondary Interior Design Consultant
Only 18 years of age, Mason Williams is credited as being an interior design prodigy. Williams has had absolutely no previous education in the field of interior design, but presents an outstanding ability to be able to compose various components of interior design assignments.
Williams first discovered his astounding ability to design at age 16 when he designed his first bathroom. After years of inspiration from being exposed to visually attractive decor from Antique shops, thrift stores, and personal property sales, Williams realized how effortless his ability to assemble design came. Due to his great attention to detail, unique style, and certainty in preferences, Williams has caught the attention of many professionals and accomplished designers, as a multitude of his work and versatile design has been endorsed and featured in magazines, design blogs, and recognitions around the United States.
Joy Bellosillo – Primary Design Consultant
Joy Bellosillo has been decorating residences along the East Coast for over 17 years. Bellosillo studied design at Parsons School of Design and has worked for 8 years as a design consultant for Kathleen Kelsey at the premiere D.C. based design firm, Triumphus, Inc.
Bellosillo’s design aesthetic is a modernized classicism influenced by art, fashion, architecture and, of course, each individual client. Through a series of discussions and surveys she learns the style, needs and desires of the client as well as that of the space, to create a timeless, functional and unique environment. Drawing inspiration from the traditional style reminiscent of her New York training and education with her early exposure to modern art and design, she works with clients to create a space to suit their personal needs. Her finely tuned knowledge of color, detail and function allows her to work in a range of styles to construct a signature look tailored to reflect the space in which she is working.