Professional Cold Spring, KY Interior Decorator
Decorate BEAUTIFULLY with Erika Lee…
At Decorating Den Interiors in Cold Spring I take my love of decorating into your home. Whether your project involves a living room, dining room, family room, bedroom or office I have the products and ideas to suit your every need. It starts with our initial design appointment scheduled at your convenience. During this consultation, I listen to your design goals and dreams and create a customized, functional layout and product plan just for YOU. I will show you samples of top quality drapery, blinds, shades, furniture, bedding, lighting, accessories and more, saving you valuable time and money because you won’t be running around town finding them yourself!
My clients find that working with me gives them a space that is truly a reflection of themselves – spaces I design are not copies of their neighbors’ homes or my home. It’s our goal to help you make your home in Cold Spring all that it can be. No project is too small or too large. From decorating ideas to a simple window treatment over the kitchen sink to whole room/house designs, we enjoy creating beautiful spaces.
“Erika has a wealth of design knowledge and shares her ideas taking into consideration your ideas and budget.”
– Cathy S.
Contact me today at 513-304-9105 to schedule a time to get together, collaborate ideas and have some fun!
Cold Spring is a city in Campbell County, Kentucky with a population 5,912. It is part of the Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky metropolitan area. The name “Cold Spring” refers to a cold stream within the area that was the sole source of drinking water. Campbell County was founded in 1794 and is named after John Campbell, who was an Irish immigrant, a soldier, explorer, statesman and one of the drafters of the Kentucky Constitution. Today, Campbell County has a population of 90,336.
Cold Spring, KY Resources:
Cold Spring Police – The Cold Spring Police Department is dedicated to protecting the citizens of Cold Spring, KY in an ethical and safe manner. The police department provides a safe environment, and is dedicated to creating a peaceful environment for all who live in the Cold Spring, KY area.
St. Cecilia Labor Day Festival – The St. Cecilia Labor Day Festival is the number 1 event in Northern Kentucky. Started in 1919 for families of the church, the festival has become one of the oldest and largest festivals in Northern Kentucky. The outside festival includes many different bands, foods, and event that you and your loved ones can enjoy.
Cold Spring Farmers Market – The Cold Spring Farmers Market is open every Saturday from November to April and offers fresh produce and a chance to support local, regional and sustainable farms. All of the vendors are farmers, farm employees, or food artisans selling value-added products with ingredients sourced from regional farms.