From Concept to Completion
At KAI, we begin with the blank canvas of your interior space then transform it into a work of art that inspires individuals to live and relax in comfort and style. With 40 years of experience in design and execution of multi-family, single family and mixed-use interior spaces, we are here to expand your vision of success into reality. KAI is a full-service interior design and merchandising firm that is committed to ensuring your projects excite your prospects while outshining the competition.
Services for all – Small to Large
When working with us, you will discover a casual and friendly corporate culture featuring a highly talented and experienced staff of interior design experts. Whether you are representing a large national developer or single-family home builder, we will satisfy your merchandising needs with impeccable design and timely execution. We create long-term relationships with our clients through the highest levels of customer service. In fact, some of our clients have been with us since our founding!
Our Expertise, Facilities and Commitment
KAI is complemented by a full warehousing facility that minimizes completion time while delivering exceptional results. KAI is a single-source, turnkey solution for realizing your interior design and interior merchandising needs. Our capabilities range from interior architecture to FF&E selection, procurement, in-house warehousing, delivery and installation. KAI is here to transform your vision into an environment that inspires your prospects to live in comfort and style.
Houston Furniture Bank is requesting financial donations to assist our effort to fund new warehouse space and purchase trucks, electronic equipment and office supplies so we can begin accepting donated
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