Based in Salt Lake City, Utah,
we specialize in hospitality
and commercial interior design
We specialize in hospitality and commercial interior design that’s consistently on point, on budget, and on time. We take care of everything—from design and purchasing to the coordination of delivery and installation—in-house so there are no go-betweens or misfires. Just our team and a direct, open line to yours.
We believe great design should be simple, so our process is one of honesty and communication throughout. Not only do we think it’s the right way to do business, but it does wonders for keeping efficiency up and costs down.
Based in Salt Lake City, Utah, we work on projects all over the US with flags like Choice, IHG, Marriott, and Hilton. From custom packages for boutique hotels to brand prototypes, we design spaces meant to stay with guests long after they’ve turned in their key.
Designer, project manager and team liaison in one, Kari partners with clients to create a bridge between their vision and the logistics necessary to make it happen. Previous to co-founding EdgeiD, Kari worked as Senior Designer and Architectural Rep throughout the Utah A&D community. Her extensive understanding of material specs and installation methods allows her to work closely and effectively with clients, architects, designers, vendors, and contractors to ensure the best outcomes. An avid list-maker, multi-tasker, and wrangler of details, Kari’s known for anticipating problems and solving them before they happen.
Inspired by the connection between the design of a space and our experience of it, Aubrey is a strategic designer who focuses on form and function first. Prior to co-founding EdgeiD, she was a Senior Designer in SLC, handling everything from concept development to schedules and pricing. Equal parts creative and calculating, Aubrey aligns clients’ unique goals with preliminary budgets and timelines to ensure the design process runs smoothly. Her approach to interiors is both research-driven—taking into account key demographics of a space—and influenced by the unique colors, textures and narratives of that space’s community.