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Cathy Kincaid Hudson

Cathy Kincaid’s enviable sense of color and intricate design detail has established her as a leading designer in the South. For more than 30 years, Kincaid has transformed homes for her clients that are as individual as they are. From decorating a formal London townhome, to creating a Southwestern retreat in Scottsdale, Arizona; Kincaid’s traditional style evokes a sense of comfortable elegance that remains unmatched. Kincaid offers a diverse combination of old and new design elements, but her primary goal as a designer remains: to create inviting, livable spaces with her clients’ happiness the top priority.

At Cathy Kincaid Interiors Ltd., each of her design projects receives her most personal involvement: she coordinates activities between architects, painters, lighting designers, landscapers and high tech media companies. “Good decoration is never stagnant,” she explains, “by cultivating a good relationship between client, designer and architect, our main objective is to expand a clients initial design ideas, ultimately materializing their vision into a home.”

Educated at Texas Christian University in Fort Worth, Texas, Kincaid began her career with a Bachelors degree in Interior Design. Kincaid’s post graduate work with the prestigious firm of Minton & Corley in Fort Worth, further prepared her for industry success. Upon moving to Dallas, Texas in 1976, she signed on as a designer with Mr. John Aston Perkins, the legendary designer for some of the wealthiest families of Texas. In 1978 Kincaid established a style all her own with the creation of Cathy Kincaid Interiors, Ltd.

Today, featured frequently in various publications both national and local, Kincaid’s design work appears in popular magazines, including: W, Southern Accents, and D Home, House Beautiful, to name a few. Cathy Kincaid Interiors continues to gain momentum as Kincaid’s work appears in numerous books on design and interiors.

Known for her sense of color, Kincaid was one of a few designers featured in the latest book by paint manufacturer, “Farrow & Ball: The Art of Color” by Brian Coleman. In addition to Frances MacDougall’s “Southern Accent’s on Color” from 2003, Kincaid’s work appeared in “Designed in Texas” by Ginger Ebinger, 2005 as well as “Sister Parish Design: On Decorating” by Susan Bartlett Crater and Libby Cameron, 2009 and Andrew Martin’s “Interior Design Review: Featuring the World’s Leading Designers” from 2009.
Chosen as the designer for the prestigious 2003 Southern Accents Show House, Kincaid seamlessly coordinated over a 10,000 square foot design project. Kincaid often works with clients who ask her to re-create and reproduce items used in the applauded Show house. Following this huge success, Kincaid created two rooms in the 2005 D Home Show House and the created one room in the 2010 Historic Fort Worth Show House.

Awarded Best Decorators in Dallas by D Home since 2007, Kincaid remains a frequent contributor to other magazines.

Cathy Kincaid’s Design Philosophy

Cathy Kincaid’s traditional style evokes a sense of comfortable elegance that remains unmatched. She offers a diverse combination of old and new design elements, but her primary goal as a designer remains: to create inviting, livable spaces with her clients’ happiness the top priority.

“I love the value of ‘the mix.’ It is the one aspect of design that I adhere to—the old with the new, the ornate with the simple, the refined with the rustic. This approach expresses the personality of the client and charms their guests.”

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