I love creating an ambiance through colors, textures, and furniture layouts that are intentional and give real purpose to a space.

I tailor my designs to each individual client, first and foremost. I lean on my own sense of balance and design sensibility to bring everything together in one complete, cohesive whole.



Interior Designer – Kim Radovich
Kim Radovich Interiors


Eminent Interior Designer, Kim Radovich has a sophisticated integrity in her designs and stylings – and her firm, Kim Radovich Interiors proves it with every project. Kim is committed to the finest aesthetics for both residential and commercial clients. Trained at the prestigious Parsons School of Design her extensive background in fine arts inspires her signature style. Her firm offers a multitude of services- from space planning, consulting, custom furniture design, architectural detailing to Feng Shui and sustainable (green) design.

She is an Allied Member of both ASID and IDS, Kim is President-elect, ASID New York Metro Chapter, until October 2018 when she will then become the President of ASID NY Metro.

Kim Radovich Interiors has been featured in  Architectural Digest, Better Homes and Gardens, Traditional Home and NY Cottages & Gardens. Two of her projects were showcased in “The Best of Show Houses I – A Decorators Tour” by Shifer Publishing.

Kim brings a nice burst of positive energy when she enters a room. She can hold court in a lively conversation and simultaneously wave across the room at a friendly face without missing a beat. Her cosmopolitan style and attitude are graciously inherent.  She’s the real deal -mind, design, and style.


Kim Radovich Interiors photo by Alan Barry
Kim Radovich Interiors photo by Alan Barry
Kim Radovich Interiors photo by Marco Ricca


Kim Radovich Interiors – Holiday House 2017
Kim Radovich Interiors
Kim Radovich Interiors



Interior Designer –Huntington Bay/ NYC 2.

The moment you knew you wanted to be connected to the art and design world

When I began classes at The High School of Art & Design in NYC

Tell me about a project or accomplishment that you consider to be most significant in your career

The Meditation Room at the Ronald McDonald House. I know I created a space that will serve families in need of a respite while their critically ill children are being treated in the hospital. Project Design for RMH was a model for sustainable Showhouses that changed my perspective on The Designer Showhouse in the future. I hope that I will be able to champion that kind of work again.
Kim Radovich, Kim E. Courtney Interiors & Design

Which philanthropic organizations have you been connected to

The Family Service League, Breast Cancer Awareness, Pink Aid, The American Heart Association, The Ronald Mc Donald House, Alpha Workshop

Are you a night owl or a morning person 

Neither. Late to rise and early to bed! 

What kitchen utensil do you use most frequently

A chefs Knife. I love to cook and prep is essential!

Describe your perfect pizza

Thin crust, brick-oven with fresh tomatoes,
mozzarella, onions and Nicoise olives. Preferably eaten on a rocky beach in
the south of France accompanied by a glass of Rose.

Who is your secret celebrity crush

Jimmy Stewart. But he is dead
James Maitland Stewart was an American actor and military officer who is among the most honored and popular stars in film history
He was the first movie star to enter the service for World War II, joining a year before Pearl Harbor was bombed. He was initially refused entry into the Air Force because he weighed 5 pounds less than the required 148 pounds, but he talked the recruitment officer into ignoring the test. He eventually became a Colonel (active duty) and then Brigadier General in the United States Air Force Reserve, and earned the Air Medal, the Distinguished Flying Cross, the Croix de Guerre and 7 battle stars. In 1959, he served in the Air Force Reserve, before retiring as a brigadier general. (Walter Matthau was a sergeant in his unit)

What time of day were you born –

1:00 am

If there were a movie made about your life, who would play you

Meryl Streep has appeared in more than 50 movies, in just about every genre, with some of the biggest movie stars on the planet, and some of the greatest directors of all time — she’s incapable of a bad performance. With Streep at the peak of her scene-stealing, grande-dame powers, The Devil Wears Prada rolls its eyes at the at the idea that good acting is about subtlety and restraint. Her portrayal of Miranda Priestly, the fiendish tormentor of personal assistants is legendary.


Mary Louise “Meryl” Streep is an American actress. Cited in the media as the “best actress of her generation”, Streep is particularly known for her versatility and accent adaptation. Nominated for a record 21 Academy Awards, she has won three.

Which languages do you speak

English fairly well, French poorly and
Piglatin like a pro.

Do you follow astrology – What is your zodiac sign

Do I follow astrology?
Taurus Sun, Aquarius Rising, Sag moon, Venus in Gemini and I never sign a
contract when Mercury is in retrograde.

What would your DJ Name be


What are the elements of your signature fashion style

Classic with a chic kick of some sort

How many pairs of shoes do you own

Imelda Marcos has nothin’ on me.

Do you have a favorite fashion magazine?


If we were to peek in your closet, the dominant color would be


What is your “go-to” fashion brand

St John
St. John Knits International Inc., commonly referred as St. John, is an upscale American fashion brand that specializes in women’s knitwear founded in 1962 by Robert and Marie Gray – The brand started out making skirt suits and now its vintage tweed jackets are all the rage.
Over the years, the brand has evolved, but the basis for the collection remains the same today as it did from the very start — effortless, alluring and refined clothing that appeals to women all over the world. Unique American Design with a core in signature innovative knits and an undisputed reputation for luxury and quality. St. John continues to expand globally and build on the legacy created in 1962.

What is your present state of mind?


It’s 6 pm at your favorite bar or restaurant, what drink do you order

Grammercy Tavern/ Belvedere vodka Martini, shaken well with a touch of Vermouth and extra olives

Do you awake with or without an alarm


What’s your favorite social media outlet


Which song is ready to play on your playlist

“Days Like This” by Van Morrison

What is the last photo you took with your cell phone

The decorating dog – this morning.
#decoratingdog #puppylove #bichonfrise


One of the best lessons my parents taught me is to . . .


What is your favorite work of art

A Bar at the Folies Bergere by Edouard Manet. What has made the girl look so sad?
A Bar at the Folies-Bergère, painted and exhibited at the Paris Salon in 1882, is considered the last major work of French painter Édouard Manet. It depicts a scene in the Folies Bergère nightclub in Paris

What is your favorite building in Manhattan

The Dakota
For years dubbed the “most famous apartment building in New York City,” the Dakota has a spot in cultural history—film, celebrity, art, and otherwise—wholly unique in the world of architecture and even more unique in the world of urban dwellings. Regarded as the city’s first luxury apartment building, the Dakota, which defied convention at the time of its completion in 1884, set the stage for centuries of high-end apartments that would come to characterize the city’s real-estate market.



Rio Hamilton

Rio Hamilton is a business development professional with vast marketing and sales experience.He specializes in brand promotion for the luxury interior design and lifestyle industries. Rio works with companies, individuals and groups on concentrated brand identity and elevation. He has a popular website that chronicles "the who's who" at design and fashion events throughout greater New York.




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