Keith lives and works in downtown Seattle, Washington with his wife, artist|writer|educator|designer Beth Marie Miller. Keith has operated Miller Interior Design since 1995. His award-winning creativity has attracted the attention of clients with a vast array of taste preferences and project requirements.
I love working with people, transforming rooms in a building into the most comfortable, livable, and enlivening spaces for everyday life, recuperation and solace. I love the uniqueness of each extraordinary individual I consult – and their kids, their pets, their busy offices, and interesting lives.
In 1993, Keith received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Housing and Interior Design from the University of Kentucky, a four-year professional design program accredited by the Council for Interior Design Accreditation [CIDA]. Each of Keith's instructors held doctorates in the field of interior design. Professors apprenticed under acclaimed design research specialists such as Bauhaus color theorist Josef Albers, and hosted guest instructors like Architect Michael Graves. In 1998, Keith passed the rigorous two-day qualification exam offered by the National Council for Interior Design Qualification [NCIDQ].
Rich with history, Lexington, Kentucky is a veritable museum of American residential architecture from the simple log cabin to today's sophisticated housing innovations. Studying design experientially in such an informed and collaborative environment was inspiring. Building on that base with anthropological culture and housing studies throughout the country prepared me for designing well for any kind of style anywhere in the US and abroad.
Keith & Beth Marie Miller with their cats, Widget & Wink
Genevieve brings zest and ingenuity to the design team. Joining the company in 2015, she delights in crafting designs that are deeply enlivening and distinctly personal. She believes the built environment has a profound influence on the way we live and think. She enjoys engaging with clients to find purposeful solutions that support wellbeing and sustainability. Her background as a lighting and tile specialist equip her to offer insight and efficiency to current projects. As a perceptive thinker, she champions the chaotic details that accompany the design process.
Growing up in a custom home just north of Atlanta, I have always felt a strong connection to the way a well-designed house can offer energy and ease to home dwellers, boosting moods and productivity. Summering in Rhode Island, I developed an adoration for quality, historic preservation and meticulous detail.
She received a 4-year Interior Design degree and a distinguished education from the Honors Program at Seattle Pacific University. She developed her thesis on The Transformative Power of Design in Homeless Shelters, giving substance to her conviction that design improves the efficiency of transitional housing, offering dignity, autonomy, and peace of mind to those on a pathway to stability.
As a creative and a curator of inspiring interiors, she stays refreshed by touring botanical gardens and art museums. Maintaining an ever changing vision board, she enlightens the team with her extensive procurement of interesting textiles, vignettes, and new product lines she collects from sources around the globe. When she’s not designing, you can find her on the water. Genevieve has raced sailboats for over 10 years and competes in both local events and national championships with her MELGES24 and Farr30 sailing teams across the US and British Columbia.
Genevieve Livingston on the water
Working with Keith and his exuberant, positive nature has been a sincere pleasure. We know ourselves better for knowing him.
Jame Smith / International Corp.