Kelly Harmon is an internationally noted designer. Harmon’s style combines strong elements of country simplicity intriguingly integrated with period antiques. The casually elegant environment that she creates increasingly incorporates the entire palette, interior, architectural structure, exterior design and landscape. Her portfolio is filled with living quarters meant to free their occupants of the pressures and tensions of today’s modern Urbanist’s lifestyle and reintroduce them to life’s simpler things. All of her work creates a special tranquility that reinforces the importance of the home for both family living and entertaining. One such work is that of a former fishing shack transformed into an elegant beach house along the shores of Sagaponack, Long Island. Praised by many magazines such as House Beautiful, House & Garden and Town and Country, the property is cherished by all who visit it as a sentimental retreat that does, “…everything it can, not to interrupt the flow of life as Sagaponack has always known it.” Harmon has been noted for her signature use of a “no-color” palette, in which she creates simple sculptural and light-filled shells, integrating fragments of century old antiques and modern pieces to strike a balance and embrace a lifestyle of elegance and easy living. Throughout her career, Harmon has built an extensive bicoastal body of work. Although currently a Los Angeles based designer, Harmon is open to both selective national and international projects.