Meet the Staff

Kimberly Wynia

Kimberly Wynia, Project Manager

How did you join the Kibler & Kirch design family?
Growing up, my mother loved houses.  I spent many Sunday afternoons going with her to open houses, looking at floor plans, and analyzing natural light and overall design.  I grew to love being able to take a house and turn it into a beautiful home.  I have also grown to love picking up a tool and helping a vision come to life as my DIY skills have increased. I come from a background in HR and Business Management but I wanted a job that would let me stimulate my creativity sufficiently to keep me happy and interested in my job for long term.  I knew that what I really wanted was a job that would let me use my creativity, organizational skills, and people skills all in one.  When I saw the job posting for a design coordinator at Kibler & Kirch I knew that it was the perfect fit.  I am surrounded by amazing people with incredible skill and I love that I get to be a part of creating beautiful spaces.

If you were a piece of furniture what would you be?
I would most definitely be a lamp/light.  Nothing is better than good lighting.  I love it when people let their personalities shine and I strive to do that every day.  Lamps also come in an endless variety just like people.  You have to LOVE a good lamp or light fixture!  They are like the icing on the cake!

What do you own that you would never get rid of?
Scrapbooks! There was a time when scrapbooking was my creative outlet.  All of the way back to my high school years I kept a scrapbook to remember homecomings, proms, and general teenage shenanigans. As the years went on my husband and I grew our family to include four children.  Much of their early years are chronicled in handmade scrapbooks that I spent endless hours on.  Not only do I love looking back at them but so do my children.

What is your favorite design style?
I have to say that I am probably somewhere between eclectic and transitional.  As someone with a large family I feel that things need to function first but that beauty comes in a very close second.  I gravitate towards spaces that have great architecture, lots of light, and that are welcoming and warm.