About Kim Cibak

Kim Cibak

Quite some years ago someone asked me what inspires me. After some deep thought, my only answer could be, Beauty in all its forms. Around that same time I started design school and have ended up indulging my passion for beautiful things with a career in the home furnishings industry. Over the last 25 years I have been fortunate enough to help many people realize their dreams of having more beautiful surroundings at home- from total room transformation to just picking a new lamp! My joy comes from finding out what inspires you- the client- and creating an interior for you that has yourpersonal imprint and that honors your unique way of seeing things. (Kim has B.A.’s in Interior Design and French. She studied Historic Preservation and loves period architecture and seeing the revitalization of the older built environment. Originally from the Washington, D.C. area, she is enjoying living in Pittsburgh)

To schedule a free interior design consultation with me, click here or call our North Hills location at 412-364-4760.

Here are my most recent posts

Buying Paint: What, Where, How, Why and When

Written by Kim Cibak, Interior Designer, North Hills on July 28, 2016

Buying paint for your home comes along with lots of questions. Here’s everything you need to know.

Blue paint color brings this entire living space together.

Image credit: http://us.farrow-ball.com/

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Guest Room Quick Makeover

Written by Kim Cibak, Interior Designer, North Hills on April 26, 2016

Expecting company this summer? Guest rooms needing a tune-up? This is the perfect time to do a few small things that can really make your rooms warm and inviting for your guests!

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The Gathering Table!

Written by Kim Cibak, Interior Designer, North Hills on April 21, 2016

In this age of casual living, more and more folks are getting away from any type of formal dining scenario. We’ve seen the counter or bar height gathering table in great rooms for a long time now but some folks are opting for the higher height in the traditional dining room space. Seems the need for the formal set-up, even for the big holidays, has become less important. The intimate surroundings of a separate dining room still give important dinners their weight, so to speak, yet the higher stool sit seems to allow for today’s more relaxed vibe. Here at Today’s Home we have many higher table options- all shapes and sizes, different materials and finish colors, and in styles to suit all tastes. Try this great example from A-America, the Mesa Rustica Collection!kim blog 1