Making Spaces - Ramblings is the diary of Yorkshire based mum of one, worse half, award winning Interior Designer, Karen Knox. Karen is committed to bringing creative and accessible design ideas to the “real world” masses.
Sharing home projects, professional interior design projects, design finds and general interiors ramblings, Karen has earned a loyal following who appreciate her honest, no bull, down to earth delivery.
Making Spaces - Challenging interior design misconceptions since 2015.
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Making Spaces is the brain child of Karen Knox, the daughter of a joiner and a homemaker. Her background in the arts and creative industries began at an early age and as a child she was always more interested in making things than playing out.
Creativity continued throughout her studies and she moved to Leeds to complete a Bachelor of Arts Degree at the Northern School of Contemporary Dance. Described as "quirky" and with "an excellent eye for design" she was always recognised as having acute attention to detail. This led her perfectly into Project Management within the arts where she really found her feet.
Karen took a career break after having her son and now, her obsession with all things interiors has really taken hold. The strange recurring dream she had as a child of sorting, organising, decorating and making beautiful homes for other people is now a reality.
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"We love working with Karen, her projects always impress!"
" I wanted to thank you for sticking to your side of the deal so handsomely. You’ve not skimped on photos or content and I personally like the flavour of your language. Your interior looks fabulous and I hope the carpet and underlay are performing well for you.
It was good teaming up with you, Karen. Best of luck and perhaps our paths will cross again sometime in the future."
"Thanks so much for all the help - definitely getting more activity!"