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Amy Borman joins Kimberly Timmons Interiors

She will be project manager and residential design services team leader


Kimberly Timmons Interiors (KTI) has hired Amy Borman, ASID, NCIDQ, as a project manager and residential design services team leader. Borman has more than 20 years of high-end interiors experience and a background managing her own design practice.

Borman's work has been featured in many design and lifestyle publications and recognized by numerous industry awards and design showcases. She has also served as a design consultant for a home renovation program on the Do It Yourself Network.

Borman cited KTI’s timeless style and history of exceptional design performance in custom residential as key reasons for her interest in joining the firm. In addition to a strong portfolio of private residences, since 1997 KTI has won awards for work in hospitality, commercial and interior merchandising, as well as having been published in dozens of magazines.  In 2015, KTI was recognized as one of ColoradoBiz magazine’s Top 250 Private Companies.

About Kimberly Timmons Interiors

Kimberly Timmons Interiors (KTI) creates distinctive interiors inspired by owner values, architectural context, and local cultural references. KTI’s staff works to seamlessly transform the owner’s vision into a user experience enveloped in tailored elegance. An international portfolio, charitable giving, and active participation in a wide-range of industry associations further distinguish KTI as one of Colorado’s top interior design firms.

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