Kidd LLC

The goal of KIDD is to assist the client in bringing their personality and philosophy to reality in their built environment by selecting the appropriate elements of design for each project after alert and careful evaluation of the likes of the client and the requirements of the project. To assist the client in identifying their likes if necessary. From there, to build the design together, step by step. To help your surroundings define you.

Kay Kendall is the principal interior designer at KIDD LLC, formerly a professional member of the American Society of Interior Designers, ASID, as a result of intense testing by the National Council for Interior Design Qualification, NCIDQ Certificate #006150, and a graduate of the University of Michigan with a BFA from the School of Architecture and Design, majoring in Pre-Architecture, Interior Design and Fine Art. Kay worked over 20 years as the only Interior Designer in the Store Planning Department of Jacobson Stores Inc as one of a five person team designing and having built custom retail specialty stores offering women's, men's and children's accessories and apparel; home accessories and furnishings; hair styling salons; and restaurants, ranging in size from 30,000 SF - 200,000 SF in Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky, Kansas and Florida, along with 2 regional corporate office buildings.

Kay Kendall Designs which became Kendall Interior Design Development LLC, started with the expansion and interior design of Chelsea Community Hospital, Chelsea, Michigan. Kay has designed over 4,000,000 SF of Retail space, over 200,000 SF of Health Care space, over 200,000 SF of Office space, over 20,000 SF of Restaurant space, over 170,000 SF of Mulit-Family Housing including high and low rise, along with Residential space designed for clients with traditional, transitional, eclectic, and modern preferences.

Kay is involved in Green Design through her association with the US Green Building Council. Kay's work has been published in "Stores of the Year" and recognized in local newspapers including the Detroit News and Ann Arbor News.