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Hidden Gems: Meet Kami Beck of Kami Beck Interiors

Today we’d like to introduce you to Kami Beck.  

Hi Kami, can you start by introducing yourself? We’d love to learn more about how you got to where you are today.
As a young family over twenty years ago, we moved several times with job changes. With each move, I had the opportunity to turn our new space into a home. I am a firm believer that home is more than a house you live in; I always wanted to create a beautiful, inviting, and family-friendly space, whether it was a small apartment or the larger home we eventually settled in. When I would have friends over, they would ask who had decorated my home, and when I told them I did, they wanted to hire me. I realized I could make money doing something I loved. Those friends became my first clients, and my business grew almost entirely from referrals after those first few projects. Seven years later, business is still going strong. 

I’m sure you wouldn’t say it’s been obstacle free, but so far would you say the journey has been a fairly smooth road?
The biggest struggle for me is running the business side. I love the creative process of designing rooms–space planning, selecting furniture and fabrics, colors, etc. But learning how to do the accounting, taxes, licenses, calculating profit and loss, etc., has been the hardest part for me. 

Great, so let’s talk business. Can you tell our readers more about what you do and what you think sets you apart from others?
Kami Beck Interiors is a full-service boutique design studio located in Draper, Utah. We specialize in timeless residential interiors and custom furnishings. I am most proud of our dedication to our clients; providing excellent customer service, and a great client experience is always our top priority. 

Is there anyone you’d like to thank or give credit to?
I was very lucky to find a podcast called “A Well-Designed Business” by LuAnn Nigara, and it has been the biggest help to my business. I didn’t go to design school or business school (my degree is in elementary education), and on this podcast, LuAnn interviews other interior designers who share how they run their businesses. I also took an online course called The Interior Design Standard by Sandra Funk, and that was a game-changer for running my business as well. 

I realized the importance of hiring a good photographer and found Lindsay Salazar on Instagram. She was able to beautifully capture the rooms I had worked so hard to create and provided me with great photos I can use on my website and Instagram. 

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Image Credits

Lindsay Salazar Photography
Noelle Wright Styles

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