Edy Keeler Interiors

At Edy Keeler Interiors, we work hard to design in tune with you so your personal aesthetic meets your mood and functional goals. It’s not the glamour of the project, but whether or not it made a difference.

What I want to do for my clients is make some difference in the success of their businesses or personal lives. So they can answer “yes” to this type question: Has a redesigned kitchen enabled your family to start cooking and eating more meals together? Is it easier and more fun to entertain now? Has a redesigned office delivered a better customer experience, boosted staff morale, or led to increased sales? Design can do that, and we want to be art of that process. Variety is the spice of design. Ideas and aesthetics come from a variety of sources, within and beyond my own interior design background. This helps me come from rich sources for every project. Studying with Japanese pattern makers informed my choices in color, line, form and materials. Working as a young clothing designer, marketer and “colorista" in New York and San Francisco was an education. Providing design and production of specialty books for Simon and Schuster, Disney, and Abrams shaped my appreciation for design as communication. My hands-on responsibility for taking care of lifestyle needs of 250 people in a residential treatment facility taught what does and doesn’t work for large and small group living. I'll continue to be influenced by experimenting in other fields. But your input, what you dream of having, and what I learn about your needs, is the critically important part of the mix. Reliable sources and teamwork are fundamental. As a previous owner/manager of architectural building supply businesses catering to architects and consumers, I know where and how to source the best materials for each project, saving time, money and the stress of bad choices. Working with a team of elite sub-contractors, we have earned a reputation for delivering top results, on deadline, within budget. WHO ARE MY CLIENTS? Some people do know exactly what they want, some do not. Both are okay. My clients are businesses, individuals, and families who want authentic, beautiful, handsome design, but don’t have the time, knowledge or desire to put it all together. I help busy CEO’s, all types of professionals, small business owners, frequent travelers, second home owners, couples who work, retirees, artists who need spaces to create and show their work. I love working with clients who make decisions confidently, as well as with those who need encouragement to break out of old comfort zones and damaging environments.

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ShowHouse Santa Fe 2017

Now, twenty designers take it from a handsome traditional styling to all manner of looks in line with our 2017 theme. And Core Value Interiors is re-imagining the master bathroom.

In line with our black and white theme, our media person has asked each of us to answer the question: “Black, or White?”

I can’t divorce black from white here. The walls are beautifully executed in stark white, high polished traditional plaster. And in the bathroom the floors are soft profile off-white limestone, polished and sealed. So going Black was my solution to create some drama and sophistication. But it is a version of black I call Off-Black, and is contrasted with Off-White.Now, twenty designers take it from a handsome traditional styling to all manner of looks in line with our 2017 theme. And Core Value Interiors is re-imagining the master bathroom.

In line with our black and white theme, our media person has asked each of us to answer the question: “Black, or White?”

I can’t divorce black from white here. The walls are beautifully executed in stark white, high polished traditional plaster. And in the bathroom the floors are soft profile off-white limestone, polished and sealed. So going Black was my solution to create some drama and sophistication. But it is a version of black I call Off-Black, and is contrasted with Off-White.

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corevalueinteriors.com The Showhouse Santa Fe 2017 Challenge: Take a traditional style to a black and White design. Core Value Interiors is re-imagining the master bathroom.

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Test Your Taste - Edy Keeler, Core Value Interiors

In the new year people often want to start fresh, or at least re-freshed. If you’re tempted to do it yourself, great! But take this little tongue-in-cheek New York Times Design magazine quiz to see if this is a good idea. FOR EACH STATEMENT that rings true, give yourself the indicated number of points. I […]

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New Area Rugs in time for the Holidays? - Edy Keeler, Core Value Interiors

The real answer . . . likely! It all depends on the stock situation of the rug you want, and how soon you make a choice. I’ve found that the 6 x 9 size works for just about any smallish conversation grouping. 8 x 10 is fine for larger furniture areas, and 9 x 12 […]

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corevalueinteriors.com The real answer . . . likely! It all depends on the stock situation of the rug you want, and how soon you make a choice. I’ve found that the 6 x 9 size works for just about any smallish conversation grouping. 8 x 10 is fine for larger furniture areas, and 9 x 12 …

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New Windows in time for the Holidays? - Edy Keeler, Core Value Interiors

The real answer . . . possibly! It all depends on the stock situation of fabric selected for drapes or blinds. Cellular or pleated blinds take a full two weeks to arrive after we have measured. If fabric is in stock and ordered soon, we can do some styles of drapes, with our workroom […]

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corevalueinteriors.com   The real answer . . . possibly! It all depends on the stock situation of fabric selected for drapes or blinds. Cellular or pleated blinds take a full two weeks to arrive after we have measured. If fabric is in stock and ordered soon, we can do some styles of drapes, with our workroom …

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ShowHouse Interview with Edy - Edy Keeler, Core Value Interiors

Get to know Edy Keeler Q&A with Santa Fe Area Designer Where do you find inspiration when starting a new project? “I always find inspiration from the highest desires of clients, as well as their practical needs, combined with influences within and without their experiences, and mine. Ideas about where they could stretch in their […]

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corevalueinteriors.com ShowHouse 2016 Fiesta Gala is the kickoff event featuring, the creative talent of over 30 Santa Fe interior designers and decorators. All under one roof.

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Uniquely Wonderful Kitchens part 1 - Edy Keeler, Core Value Interiors

I have always wanted to live in and experience an Italian castle or villa, with totally modern fittings and furniture inside. Not the villa with intricate, highly ornamental frescoes, but a really old worn down one sporting raw stone walls . . . more grotto like than frescoed. Of course, I would not want to […]

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Test Your Taste - Edy Keeler, Core Value Interiors

In the new year people often want to start fresh, or at least re-freshed. If you’re tempted to do it yourself, great! But take this little tongue-in-cheek New York Times Design magazine quiz to see if this is a good idea. FOR EACH STATEMENT that rings true, give yourself the indicated number of points. I know a “pop of color” is not a fruit-flavored soda. (0.5) I like the symmetry of two Barcaloungers. (0.5) I favor an eclectic approach to design, which has nothing to do with my mild hoarding problem. (0.5) My toaster matches my fridge and oven. (1) […]

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corevalueinc.wpengine.com If you’re tempted to redesign your home, great! But take this little tongue-in-cheek New York Times Design magazine quiz to see if this is a good idea.

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New Area Rugs in time for the Holidays? - Edy Keeler, Core Value Interiors

The real answer . . . likely! It all depends on the stock situation of the rug you want, and how soon you make a choice. I’ve found that the 6 x 9 size works for just about any smallish conversation grouping. 8 x 10 is fine for larger furniture areas, and 9 x 12 if you like furniture completely on the rug. Another smart idea for a lift at the entry is a smaller rug, 5 x 7 or 4 x 6, or even a runner. A small investment with big impact. Let me know if you need to […]

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corevalueinc.wpengine.com The real answer . . . likely! It all depends on the stock situation of the rug you want, and how soon you make a choice. I’ve found that the 6 x 9 size works for just about any smallish conversation grouping. 8 x 10 is fine for larger furniture areas, and 9 x 12 if you like furniture completely on t...

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Contemporary Interior Designer in Santa Fe since 1986

DESIGNER STATEMENT What I want to do for my clients is make a difference in the success of their businesses or their personal lives through design. I want them to be able to answer “yes” to these questions: Has a redesigned showroom or professional office delivered a better customer experience, created a boost to staff morale, and led to increased sales? Has a reconfigured kitchen enabled your busy family to start cooking and eating healthy meals together? Design can really do that, and it’s super satisfying for me to be part of that process. It’s not the glamour of the […]

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corevalueinc.wpengine.com Edy Keeler, known for diverse contemporary interior design skills blending color, texture and material into fresh, functional environments reflecting clients’ tastes.

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Test Your Taste - Edy Keeler, Core Value Interiors

In the new year people often want to start fresh, or at least re-freshed. If you’re tempted to do it yourself, great! But take this little tongue-in-cheek New York Times Design magazine quiz to see if this is a good idea. FOR EACH STATEMENT that rings true, give yourself the indicated number of points. I know a “pop of color” is not a fruit-flavored soda. (0.5) I like the symmetry of two Barcaloungers. (0.5) I favor an eclectic approach to design, which has nothing to do with my mild hoarding problem. (0.5) My toaster matches my fridge and oven. (1) […]

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corevalueinteriors.com If you’re tempted to redesign your home, great! But take this little tongue-in-cheek New York Times Design magazine quiz to see if this is a good idea.

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New Area Rugs in time for the Holidays? - Edy Keeler, Core Value Interiors

The real answer . . . likely! It all depends on the stock situation of the rug you want, and how soon you make a choice. I’ve found that the 6 x 9 size works for just about any smallish conversation grouping. 8 x 10 is fine for larger furniture areas, and 9 x 12 if you like furniture completely on the rug. Another smart idea for a lift at the entry is a smaller rug, 5 x 7 or 4 x 6, or even a runner. A small investment with big impact. Let me know if you need to […]

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corevalueinteriors.com The real answer . . . likely! It all depends on the stock situation of the rug you want, and how soon you make a choice. I’ve found that the 6 x 9 size works for just about any smallish conversation grouping. 8 x 10 is fine for larger furniture areas, and 9 x 12 if you like furniture completely on t...

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New Windows in time for the Holidays? - Edy Keeler, Core Value Interiors

The real answer . . . possibly! It all depends on the stock situation of fabric selected for drapes or blinds. Cellular or pleated blinds take a full two weeks to arrive after we have measured. If fabric is in stock and ordered soon, we can do some styles of drapes, with our workroom installing, at your home in time for the Holidays, or definitely in January. My two favorites are the “S” curve and the soft inverted “casual” pleats. Of course that quick timeline depends on your favorite fabric being in stock. But we’ve had great good luck […]

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corevalueinteriors.com   The real answer . . . possibly! It all depends on the stock situation of fabric selected for drapes or blinds. Cellular or pleated blinds take a full two weeks to arrive after we have measured. If fabric is in stock and ordered soon, we can do some styles of drapes, with our workroom installing, a...

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ShowHouse Santa Fe 2016 - Edy Keeler, Core Value Interiors

That Design Time of Year Again We just had the Parade of homes, and the Concorso for fabulous cars is this week. And just after that, comes Show House Santa Fe 2016. As always, Show House Santa Fe benefits the highly acclaimed DOLLARS4SCHOOLS, which helps classroom teachers get small grants for special projects, instead of digging into their own tapped-out pockets. So far we have raised $50,000 for the organization. This year’s show house is the largest, most unusual, translation of local style we have been asked to design. It is taking thirty designers, artists, landscapers and contractors to do […]

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corevalueinteriors.com ShowHouse 2016 Fiesta Gala is the kickoff event featuring, the creative talent of over 30 Santa Fe interior designers and decorators. All under one roof.

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Uniquely Wonderful Kitchens part 1 - Edy Keeler, Core Value Interiors

I have always wanted to live in and experience an Italian castle or villa, with totally modern fittings and furniture inside. Not the villa with intricate, highly ornamental frescoes, but a really old worn down one sporting raw stone walls . . . more grotto like than frescoed. Of course, I would not want to worry about keeping it warm and dry, that would all be taken care of before I took ownership. And here is one of the kitchens I could imagine having there. A perfect sphere of stainless, translucent, and black when closed, and a workable very small […]

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corevalueinteriors.com I've always wanted to live in an Italian castle or villa, with totally modern fittings and furniture inside. Here is one of the kitchens I see in the villa.

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Grand Hacienda Award 2016 - Edy Keeler, Core Value Interiors

Proud to say Robert Zachry was architect on the 2016 Parade of Homes residence that took the Grand Hacienda Award. Robert, my husband, worked closely throughout the whole process, beyond design and engineering, with builders Scott and Maika Wong of Solterra. The home won two other awards one for Best Design, making us proud again. The home, on Aspen View in the Monte Sereno area of Santa Fe was on a six day tour in August, hosted by the owners. A very gracious thing to do, as between two and three thousand people walk through, asking a few standard questions, […]

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corevalueinteriors.com Proud to say that my husband, Robert Zachry was architect on the 2016 Parade of Homes residence that took the Grand Hacienda Award.

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Edy Talks Design Trends - Edy Keeler, Core Value Interiors

Last week, the principals of the popular interior design firm Reside Home—Kendra Henning, Jeff Fenton and Chris Martinez— hosted their monthly broadcast, which focuses on a variety of design trends, events, and personalities. “Design Commitment/Fear of Commitment”: Kendra, Jeff and Chris discussed this interior design theme with designer Edy Keeler of Core Value Interiors. Focus was given to many of the permanent finishes to a home that require a major commitment from clients, including the installation of cabinets, counter tops, tile, flooring, and paint colors. This is all about the big decisions that are required when building new construction, an […]

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corevalueinteriors.com Podcast on design trends that require major commitments from clients, including installation of cabinets, counter tops, tile, flooring, and paint colors.

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Edy Keeler on design - Edy Keeler, Core Value Interiors

DESIGNER STATEMENT What I want to do for my clients is make a difference in the success of their businesses or their personal lives through design. I want them to be able to answer “yes” to these questions: Has a redesigned showroom or professional office delivered a better customer experience, created a boost to staff morale, and led to increased sales? Has a reconfigured kitchen enabled your busy family to start cooking and eating healthy meals together? Design can really do that, and it’s super satisfying for me to be part of that process. It’s not the glamour of the […]

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corevalueinteriors.com What I want to do for my clients is make a difference in the success of their businesses or their personal lives through design.

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Lighting up a home and a life - Edy Keeler, Core Value Interiors

Step by step guide to being a designer on a new construction project in Santa Fe
This is Step 4- Lighting up a home and a life
Natural Light
Almost no one argues that lighting is vital. Natural light being the gold standard in our mountain west environment. If we are thinking well in the structural design phase, we let it in from the best vantage points for views, for warmth, good feelings, and health. South facing windows with the right overhangs, west facing glazing with even deeper overhangs. And we usually use more modest fenestration to the east for morning […]

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corevalueinteriors.com Almost no one argues that lighting is vital. Natural light being the gold standard in our mountain west environment, we let it in.

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Plumbing Essentials - Edy Keeler, Core Value Interiors

Step by step guide to being a designer on a new construction project in Santa Fe This is Step 3- Plumbing is Essential. Plumbing: the toilets, the sinks, the tubs, and the showers, is one of the essentials of course, and a place to blow the budget, or compromise the budget to the point of needless and endless repairs before the useful life of the project is spent. This couple wants quality, but not at any price, and has a definite clean and modern aesthetic. A desire that can be more costly, we’ve found over the years, than one that is more […]

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corevalueinteriors.com Plumbing: the toilets, the sinks, the tubs, and the showers, is one of the essentials of course, and an easy place to blow the budget.

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