...has been guiding clients, from inspiration to reality, since 1998. Beginning with her work as a mural artist and painted furniture designer, Kat transformed interior spaces as diverse as a baby’s nursery to a 2300 sq. ft. wall mural at a Presbyterian Church in Devon, PA. Continually motivated by the next challenging project, clients provided endless opportunities to use her design skills. As demand increased for solutions in every area of the home, Kat Robbins Interiors began offering full service interior design.
Her experience as a working artist brings a special understanding of color,
proportion and scale to her interior design.
In 2006, Kat developed chemical sensitivity as a result of overexposure to petroleum and formaldehyde products used in clients renovations. The experience left her with a keen awareness of the dangers of conventionally fabricated products, as well as a unique passion for educating others about the health risks of many interior treatments. For Kat, green design is not just a trend, it is an opportunity to be of service to others; making homes not only beautiful, but healthy and sustainable as well.
A deeply intuitive person, she listens carefully to your dreams, desires and vision to help you create a private retreat that will renew your spirit. Never imposing her own style, Kat works to draw out your own sense of style which translates into a more enduring space.
Designed together with you, a home that resonates with beauty, health, energy efficiency, environmental sustainability and wellness, is our goal.
Kat is the President of the International Furniture and Design Association (IFDA), Philadelphia Chapter. In 2008, she urged the organization to create a VP of Sustainable Practices position on the board. While serving in that role, Kat acted as a liaison between members of IFDA and the sustainable design community. She kept the organization up to date on what’s happening in green design and facilitated communication to bridge the gap between traditional design techniques and this rapidly expanding field.
Kat has been recognized for her outstanding work and received a 2010 IDA award (honorable mention) for a project in Wayne PA. Kat was a first place winner at the 2011 Philadelphia Interior Design Awards.