Interior Designer, Mother, Creator

Recently cited by Vogue magazine as an interiors talent to watch, each of Curry's projects balance bold new ideas and custom design with effortless livability. As a mother, wife, and business owner, Curry acutely understands the necessity of spaces that are useful, personal, and beautiful. Her design process is structured to meet the demands of a fast-paced modern world while simultaneously improving and simplifying the lifestyle of each client.

Adept at high end residential, boutique and hospitality design, Curry and her work have been featured in Architectural Digest, The New York Times, Vogue, The Wall Street Journal, and Elle Decor, amongst others. She is also a four time nominee for the Andrew Martin International Interior Designer of the Year Award

Raised in Florida and educated at Parsons School of Design, Curry now lives in Manhattan with her husband Bryan, daughter Lyla and family dog Charlie.

"Empowerment comes from learning and gaining new skills. Prove to yourself that you are capable of anything."


What makes you empowered as a woman through your creativity? 

Action. Productivity through my design work makes me feel empowered. I don’t like sitting around thinking about things too much. I’m much more connected through action and keeping things moving forward.

What is your relationship to KZ and how do you feel connected with our brand? 

I feel connected to the architecture and thoughtfulness of the brand - the moments of unexpected detail, and the innovation of the design and fabric selection. I am also connected to Karolina personally through her passion and commitment to greatness.

Why does your work make you an empowered woman? 

My work makes me feel alive and fulfilled which I think is very empowering. I feel extremely grateful that I am able to contribute to the world of design.