// Kelsey Grose //

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FARMER'S DAUGHTER INTERIORS + DESIGN

As the principal designer behind Farmer’s Daughter Interiors, Kelsey Grose is quickly becoming a design authority to watch in Southwest Saskatchewan.  While best known for bright, contemporary spaces with a farmhouse twist, her ever-evolving eclectic aesthetic translates into ingenuity and open-mindedness when working with a wide range of clientele.  With over five years in the industry, and recently through the recent birth of her own design firm, she is building a diverse portfolio of projects including custom residential homes, multi-family developments, and light commercial projects.  Her self-titled blog was named 2017's 'Best New Design Blog' by the Design Bloggers Conference in Los Angeles, California.

A firm believer in a client-centered approach, Kelsey is intricately involved in the development of each and every design project and encourages her clients to be fully a part of the firm's Six Step Design Process.  With a natural eye for design, helping her clients discover their individual style while bringing fresh, innovative ideas to the table is what she does best.  Achieving a Bachelor’s Degree in Financial Services has been a huge asset in the direction of her own firm and plays to her second passion of small business and entrepreneurship. 

 "GREAT DESIGN IS JUST AS MUCH ABOUT HOW A SPACE LIVES AS HOW IT LOOKS.  THERE'S NOTHING I LOVE MORE THAN HELPING MY CLIENTS CREATE A HOME THAT LOOKS GREAT BUT ALSO LIVES WELL."   - KELSEY GROSE

While continuously stirred by the beautiful Saskatchewan Prairies, she is an enthusiastic lover of travel in all its forms and takes every opportunity to find inspiration through extensive travels both near to home and abroad.  When afforded spare time, you might find her pedaling her Townie two-wheeler around town with her Nikon slung over-shoulder or outdoors on the family grain farm.  Kelsey currently resides in Swift Current, Saskatchewan with her husband Shayne.

Photo by Jackson Designs