Bruce Kading Interior Design
The Bruce Kading difference:
Whether designing a contemporary or traditional home, our work has a timeless quality and strong design aesthetic. We also take pride in keeping an open and ongoing dialogue with our clients, allowing us to best design their space as a personal reflection of who they are and how they live. This ability to communicate is amplified when we work—from the ground up—with an architect and builder.
A favorite project:
One of my favorite projects has been designing this baronial hunting lodge (pictured). Even though the lodge is only a few years old, it feels like you stepped back in time. It’s elegant yet comfortable and inviting, with overstuffed upholstery that
looks like it’s been passed down through generations—giving it a sense of history. In a similar vein, I recently started a restoration of an 1855 brownstone in New York City that we intend to bring back to its 19th century grandeur.
Interior design has offered so much to me, not only with awards and recognition, but also by providing me with a satisfying career filled with wonderful clients who are now lifelong friends. After working for 40+ years, I decided it was time to give back to my profession. I’m presently serving as president of the Minnesota Chapter of the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID). Through this leadership/mentoring role, I feel as though I’m gaining even more than I’m giving. It’s very rewarding.
Bruce Kading Interior Design:
Minneapolis • 612-886-3960