What others are saying... 

“Emily Richter has a great eye. She sees potential where others see challenge. She sees details others overlook. My company engaged EKR Interior Design on a significant remodel and rebranding project. We and our client were immediately impressed with her quick grasp of the situation and expert advice. She took some basic objectives and a restrictive budget and helped us develop a plan that was both transformational and affordable. The end result has exceeded our expectations and has been a big WOW for our customers.”
— Skip Carney, Owner of Carney & Company, Rocky Mount, NC

“I was having design “issues” with my open plan dining/living area. With just a few changes and suggestions she made the space more compatible to our lifestyle and added a sense of balance. I highly recommend Emily to polish your living space.”
— Mary Ann West, Homeowner, Asheville, NC

“Emily was a pleasure to work with! She really took the time to understand my desires for the space. Not a day goes by that someone doesn’t come into my store and comment on how beautiful it is. She is a truly talented and resourceful designer.”
— Cate Ratliff, Owner of Papoose Children’s Clothing & More, Asheville, NC

“Emily Richter is a talented and creative interior designer with a refreshing manner and a great eye for color and design. Poised and confident with clients, her enthusiasm and passion for design creates a truly positive impression. As an independent designer, she will undoubtedly be successful - hire her if you can.”
— Steve Polo, Owner, OPX

“Emily is a very creative designer and extremely competent in her execution. She is able to manage schedules and budgets very effectively while providing creative solutions for clients. She would be an asset to any firm and it is with pleasure that I recommend her.”
— Elise Moore LEED AP, Interior Designer, Hartman Design Group

“Emily Richter worked with me on an extraordinarily complex custom home in 2005, which required her to coordinate the ideas of a homeowner with an acute sense of Italian architectural history with my demands for timely and precise plans and specifications. Most of Emily’s designs were incorporated into the final specifications, and were in many instances used as the basis for custom millwork shop drawings throughout the home; they became an integral portion of a work of art that I consider to be the masterpiece of my building career to date.”
— Tom Easton, Director of Construction, Jeffco Development Corp., Washington DC