Principal Designer & Owner
Kim Morris, Principal Designer, has always had a passion for interior design and a deep love of Mid-Century styling. Her desire on any project, is to keep the original style for the age of the home. She is practical with her choices. Utlizing her extensive background in carpet/upholstery cleaning, Kim chooses items that are cleanable as well as stylish.
Kim has a vast array of diverse business experience that all work together in her success. At an early age, Kim worked in the banking industry as an operations manager for several years before owning Morris Carpet Cleaning of Oregon in 1988. Her background in banking proves to be a tremendous asset for her role as Chief Financial Officer for Morris Carpet Cleaning and Owner of Morris Design.
Eventually though, Kim would follow her dream of design and and return to school to earn her degree in interior design.
Kim is a deep and valued asset to her community. She has served with a number of school and civic clubs. Kim is a recipient of the Jaycees Junior Citizens of the Year. Kim is also a member of Northwest Society of Interior Design where she has served as Treasurer and President.
Terri Childress, Associate Designer, has a keen ability to coordinate her clients’ desires for specific design with current marketplace options and availability. Terri combines dedicated research and great listening skills in order to find just the right item that any client is looking for.
Terri has always been inspired by textiles; from redecorating Barbie’s Dream House, to sewing her own clothes in junior high, it’s safe to say that experimenting with color and texture has always made her happy. Today, it continues to do so in her work with Morris Interior Design. Terri and Kim Morris met in Design school, and have since shared many opportunities together working in commercial and residential properties in beautiful Oregon Wine Country. As Terri puts it, “What a privilege and delight it is to have creative freedom working together to meet the needs of our clients.”
In her free time, Terri enjoys serving her local community. As a member of the Lake Oswego Rotary, she has served President. Terri is also a member of the Northwest Society of Interior Designers, and has served as both Secretary and Education Chair.