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Cited as an “Urban Healer” by C magazine, Kim has attracted interviews on Fox TV, Shape and Purist magazines. She has been sited as an expert in several books including best selling author Dr Limpan’s book How To Be Well, Shamanic Gardening and A Year Of Living Mindfully. Kim or her projects have been featured in C, Pasadena, Angeleno, WWD, JCK Luxury, Rapaport, California Apparel News, National Jeweler,Lucky and InStore magazine which called Beverly Hills store design for Alan Friedman one of the “coolest stores” in the US.

“Designed by design maven, Kim Colwell, the Erica Courtney boutique has a soft, ethereal quality.”
–WWD Magazine

“Designing Erica Courtney on Robertson was an artistic, visionary feat. Interior designer, Kim Colwell gave the space a soothing feel. It’s a fabulous and fresh new environment. One feels instantly at home when walking in the door. It’s like your walking into a cloud.”
–JCK Luxury Magazine

Colwell’s chief goal is “understanding how your environment affects who you are.”
–C Magazine

“Kim Colwell helps clients transform their lives by shifting energies along with their decor and color schemes.”
–Pasadena Magazine

Kim Colwell, interior designer, feng shui expert and friend of the Be Well, suggests placing decorative baskets in each room of your house to give you and your family attractive, practical receptacles to house unfolded laundry, toys or newspapers and magazines.  ”
–How To Be Well Book, Dr Frank Lipman MD

“Small in square footage, Alan Friedman’s store – designed by Colwell-  bursts with sleek style.”
–InStore Magazine

“Colwell admits that many of her clients are “nonbelievers”, but when when I suggest that we correct the energy, they always say yes — and many times the most uneasy space in their home becomes their favorite and most restorative!”  
–Purist Magazine

“Erica Courtney enlisted Kim Colwell to give an imprint of her own personal style. Courtney found that each of the designer’s projects reflected the owner’s personality rather than Colwell’s singular vision. Colwell, well known as a practitioner of feng shui, strives to create balanced environments.”
–Rapaport Magazine

Says Kim Colwell, an LA transformational interior designer and feng shui expert, “Clothing can be emotionally loaded – bringing you back to a time when you didn’t feel confident. If you can’t part with it for sentimental reasons, turn it into a pillow.”
–Shape Magazine




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