Amy Krause founded Amy Krause Design in 2013.
She is a graduate of University of California, San Diego where she studied psychology and visual arts and later earned her interior design and kitchen + bath degrees from NKBA (National Kitchen and Bath Association) accredited, Johnson County Community College; graduating with honors.
She is a member of NKBA and ASID currently serving on the local chapter ASID executive board as Director of Communications.
“My love of design and interiors started early as my mother was a talented decorator. My appreciation of art and architecture began as a young model living and working in Barcelona and Madrid, Spain. It was as a realtor in Pasadena, California that I really began to appreciate interior design as a profession. And, it was through education that I fully became passionate about the value and impact of interior design on the human experience. I love sharing my knowledge, skills and enthusiasm for design with my clients. My goal is to help my clients think through their design challenges (sometimes unaware!) and come up with, often times, simple but always transformational design solutions that reflect back something special about themselves and their lives. Our homes should be our sanctuaries; that special space to escape the everyday and motivate us to do better and be better in a meaningful way. What that looks like is different for everyone and it is exciting for me to work with my clients to uncover, design and implement the personalized vision.”
Her work has been featured in KC Homes & Style.
Amy Krause, Owner and Principal Interior Designer
ASID | NKBA
- Residential Design
- Space Planning
- Single, Multiple Room Design
- Kitchen + Bath Design
- Light Commercial Design
- Sourcing, Procurement and Purchasing Services of furnishings, art, lighting, accessories and window coverings
- Installation and Styling
How We Work
Our initial meeting is complimentary and off-site- – usually at a showroom. This is your opportunity to get to know us and our services. We request all decision makers be in attendance. To prepare, we ask you to complete a client questionnaire. This helps us guide an informative conversation.
Next, we meet at the project site to assess your space, share ideas, start defining the scope of your project, talk budget and next steps. We charge a non-refundable fee for this consultation which is due prior to the meeting.
At this point, we put together a proposal/agreement for your review. Once the agreement is signed and deposit paid, we begin…