Gayle Cornett, our Lead Designer, is a graduate of Bauder College of Design where she studied Interior Design and Fashion Design. She also studied Interior Design at the University of Kentucky.
Gayle specializes in Kitchen and Bath Design at Cormans Kitchen and Bath, Lexington, KY. She offers 25+yrs experience in Interior Design, Kitchen and Bath Design and Lighting Design. She also held her Journeyman’s Electrical License enabling her to fully understand the structural aspects of her residential projects. Her background in varied fields of design offers her clients the expertise of seeing the full project when designing their cabinetry for kitchen and bath as well as entertainment, home office, laundry, etc.
Her attention to details are a priority and she is best known for creating polished spaces with custom cabinetry that are functional and beautiful, her aesthetic combines classic with contemporary finishes that captures her clients lifestyle, not governed by design formulas, which often results in sterile environments.
Gayles passions include writing short stories and art, volunteering for causes close to her heart like her mission to help under privileged children in creating a small personal haven in their home to inspire them and call their own. She loves spending time with family, her dog Cooper and friends.
Kim offers 22+yrs experience in Interior Design, Kitchen and Bath Design and Project Management.
Kim approaches each project with the utmost care and precision. She comes with a fervent passion for accessories and placement, textiles and art, as well, ensures that quality is above all else, achieved! Her aesthetic encompasses French Provincial with a modern engagement. Highly skilled in color combinations, her work crosses early French design with a fusion of contemporary excitement – unique, contextual and certainly imaginative.
Kim is not afraid of expression, as her belief is that, space should reflect one’s likeness and must ensure the user is engaged. Space isn’t defined by shape, but by function – one’s needs first and foremost.
Passions include spending time with her dog, Pierre, Art and travel, books and gathering together with friends.
Brianna Epperson was educated in Business Management at Morehead State University and has an extensive background in furniture refinishing and customization, giving her a unique perspective on kitchen design. Through the repurposing of vintage and antique furniture, Bri grew to love the environment. She is passionate about the planet in which we all reside and loves integrating architectural salvage as design elements saving them from the landfill and conserving on using new materials. Whether it is barn beams on a ceiling or door/window surround to columns torn out of an old estate, Bri loves incorporating them in your design, adding texture, architecture and a curated feel. She loves and is influenced by travel, is inspired by the French Riviera and dreams of traveling to the Grecian and Italian Mediterranean. Her passions also include hiking, white water rafting, kayaking… pretty much anything outdoors. She is also an advocate for animal welfare and volunteers at the local human societies.