Stephanie Kratz is the owner of Stephanie Kratz Interiors, an upscale, award winning design firm, established in 2003. Stephanie build lasting relationships with the clients, always striving to create balance and comfort in your home or office. Listening to and understanding the clients is how they begin. Then they personalize work, bringing to life a home or office to carry out your everyday activities. By combining a blend of traditional sensibility and modern desires with distinctive techniques, Stephanie Kratz Interiors creates a unique and timeless space.
With a background in interior design as well as fashion, Stephanie Kratz is a synthesis of creativity, elegance, tradition and style. Trained in New York, a leading world capital of design, at Fordham University, (formerly Marymount College) and Rhodec International, this multi-talented artist is a true creative visionary. With over 15 years of experience, continuing education and a deep appreciation of beauty achieved through the art of design, Stephanie Kratz’s innovative works express an impeccable flair and unique artistic abilities
“We pair our passion for beautiful interiors with today’s styles to create a luxurious feeling for your home or office. Our firm practices the philosophy of reflecting our client’s desires with our expert creativity and design.”
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Stephanie currently holds the Secretary Board Position for the Dallas Fort Worth Chapter of the Interior Design Society (IDS), one of the country’s leading design organizations. IDS is dedicated to serving the residential interior design industry. She can be found on the IDS website.
Staying active and giving back to her community is important to Stephanie. Each year, Stephanie gets involved with Charity organizations. In 2014, through her involvement with IDS and Dwell With Dignity, she led the design plan and implementation for a comprehensive overhaul of a two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment for a night student mother and her 2-year-old daughter transitioning out of homelessness.