Although founded in 2013, Kelsey Heitkamp Interior Design draws upon over a decade of experience in interior design with a multitude of clients.

After having worked in internships in Columbus and as the solo Interior Designer at an Architect and Engineer firm in Findlay, owner Kelsey Heitkamp chose to take on the venture of starting her own design company. Kelsey Heitkamp Interior Design exists to challenge the "acceptable" environment with which we have become accustom and replace it with a carefully composed space that is refreshing, comfortable, and functional. With experience in Corporate and Commercial design, KHID also offers clients furniture solutions along with consulting services in spacial design and 3D rendering.


Programming to establish clients' needs/wants
Space Planning
Schematic Design
3D Rendering
Material research/selection
Budget cost estimating
Interior finish schedules for bidding and construction
Furniture research and packages
Coordination with contractors and clients
Construction oversight of finishes/furniture
New company standards for multiple locations:
flooring, paint, wallcoverings, furniture, etc.

What is a LEED, AP and why does it matter?

LEED, AP stands for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Accredited Professional.

In order to become a LEED, AP, you must successfully pass an exam to become accredited for Interior Design. Ultimately, this means that we will select materials and products with recycled material and that the factories where they are made practice certain standards with respect to recycling and reusing. This is the benchmark for "Green" buildings.