Long before K. Rocke Interior Design was even a thought, young Kristin Rocke was perusing furniture stores and fantasizing about elegant furnishings and how to include them in beautiful and artistic spaces. Her interests led to becoming an NCIDQ Interior Designer and then to her dream to be a business owner, and she’s come an astonishingly long way since. K. Rocke Interior Design has been completing interiors for 15 years, with a bi-coastal and global array of uniquely designed and influential interiors. “I have done work that I am very proud of, but today I am having so much fun doing some of the best work of my career with clients I adore,” Kristin says, “I am never short on ideas or solutions and often the design just reveals itself—sometimes even knowing or anticipating what my client needs before they do, and giving them what they want before they know that’s what they want.”
This Utah-based interior design firm has an extensive and award-winning list of projects coast-to-coast, has been listed as one of the “Top 10 Designers to Watch” by Traditional Home and featured in Utah Style and Design, Luxe, House Beautiful, Florida Design, Boca Design, Park City magazine and The Salt Lake Tribune. With a heavy influence in Deer Valley and surrounding Park City, K. Rocke has done design work in five of the resort’s lodges. Or, if you’ve been to the Lion’s Club and Audi Executive Club at the Rio Tinto Stadium—you’ve seen her team’s work in action.
With an impeccable portfolio of resorts, restaurants, retail shops and residents, K. Rocke Interior Design carries an A-List reputation. “My clients trust me to push the envelope and take them somewhere unexpected, knowing that each project ultimately represents their individuality,” explains Rocke, “Our women-led team is continually paying attention to what’s going on around them, and we all love participating in the creative process.”
Glass House Rocke’s newest venture is Glass House, bringing local artistry and vibrant influence to interiors and building an ongoing connection with the community. So many points of interest come together to bring life to an interior and Glass House has ideas galore to make that happen. Displaying original art and participating in the SLC gallery stroll, it’s a gift-finding paradise, from contemporary light fixtures, rugs and eye-catching baskets, pillows, vases and planters—this shop brings it all together.
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