ARNA TALKS TO NIKKI KLUGH DESIGN GROUP FOUNDER
Nikki Klugh is an award-winning interior designer and the principal designer of NIKKI KLUGH DESIGN GROUP, Inc. Fuelled by 19 years of interior design experience and—even more importantly—a passion for creating spaces that support and improve your overall well being, Nikki will design a home or an office that makes you feel like a better you. Her passion for interior design extends far beyond making spaces beautiful, comfortable or even simply functional. She firmly believes in the abilities of spaces to change our lives.
She knows that our environments can shift the way we feel and the way we function at a deep level--for work spaces to inspire our productivity, for sanctuary spaces to provide us rest and to restore our very spirit as we return from long days in a sometimes cluttered, stressful and draining world. Her design mission is to create inspiring spaces and work cultures, which reflect the creativity, innovation and collaboration that occur in the company.
She is driven by the fact that space matters, remarkable design is essential and thoughtful planning will inspire extraordinary results. She is committed to helping you go beyond the status quo to achieve greatness. Nikki brings insights, ideas, experience and solutions to help you move from survive to thrive.
Tell us a bit about yourself and what you do?
Nikki's design mission is to create inspiring spaces and work cultures that reflect the creativity, innovation and collaboration that occurs in vibrant companies. She is driven by the fact that space matters, remarkable design is essential and thoughtful planning will inspire extraordinary results. This design philosophy is apparent in her body of work.
What is something you've learned about yourself this year?
That I thoroughly enjoy teaching others about the power of thoughtful design.
What do you love about yourself?
i love my heart for people. I love to see others win and when I can be a part of that, it brings me great joy!
When we do reach gender equality, what does this world look like to you?
This looks like men and women working in their individual strengths without them being assumed or assigned to them.
What do you believe are the behaviours that hold women back?
What has been your boldest move to date?
My boldest move to date was to fund my corporation. It was the largest check I'd written for my business at once back in 2015.
What's your call to action for women?
Own your power in your own being and in your space.
Some of our favourite quotes from Nikki's podcast interview with us:
Own your NO!It's not about finding a balance, it's about finding a rhythm.