Accomplished Interior Designer, Kim Radovich has a mission– restoring integrity to design – and her firm, Kim E. Courtney Interiors accomplishes that with every project. Whether it’s lovingly preserving an historic estate or infusing new construction with classic detail, Ms. Radovich is committed to the finest aesthetics for both residential and commercial clients. Trained at the prestigious Parsons School of Design her extensive background in the fine arts informs 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.
With residential and commercial projects on Long Island, New York City and across the US, she and her design team of consummate professionals also enjoy international design commissions.
An Allied Member of both ASID and IDS, she also sits on the Presidents Committee for New York Metro Chapter of ASID. Kim and her work can be seen featured in many national publications. Kim was awarded The Notable Designer of Distinction Award for her work at The Caumsett Mansion and two of her projects were showcased in “The Best of Show Houses I - A Decorators Tour” Shifer Publishing.
Kim is honored to contribute to a variety of charitable venues.
She has used her expertise in designer showhouses to benefit organizations such as The Ronald McDonald House of LI, Pink Aid, The American Heart Association, Family Service League, Southampton Hospital, The Mill Neck Manor School for the Deaf and The Spinal Cord Injury Project. Currently, Kim sits on the board of The Family Service League and will be honored at the FSL House Tour in May of 2017. A past board member of the American Heart Association of Long Island, Kim continues to support the mission to end heart disease.
Kim served as the Design Chair for “Home Is Where The Heart Is” Designer Showhouse in 2013 and 2015, benefitting The American Heart Association. She was also the Design Chair for the Family Service League’s House Tour in 2014 and again in 2015. Her contribution to the Ronald McDonald House Project Design 2013 was a state of the art media room titled “The Bridge” and for Ronald McDonald House Project Design 2014 Phase II, she designed and installed “The Meditation Room.”
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