Commercial Interior Design

Our Approach

Alpha Xi Delta Sorority House

It has often been said, “You never get a second chance to make a first impression”. We believe that this also holds true in a business environment. The way your office appears is a direct reflection of your business and could aid in gaining or losing potential clients. Whether your office needs new paint or an entire new look, the designers at Karen Renee Interior Design have the experience and the sources to get you there.

Every business is different and has its own unique requirements. Listening carefully to the needs of the business often involves hearing the perspective of the business owners as well as their employees who provide relevant information of their day to day tasks. We piece together all aspects of the daily process to create an environment that serves as a foundation to be the most productive it can be.

For years, our designers have provided framed art, carpeting, furniture, wall treatments, window coverings and space planning for such client types as:  Accountants, Doctors’ Offices, The Naval Academy, Home Builders’ Offices and Design Centers, Home Offices, Sorority Houses, Computer Technology Firms, Law Firms, Cable Companies and more.

Investing back into your business is one of the best investments you will make.

Marcus Youth and Family Center

Arundel Lodge

Marcus Youth and Family Center

 

We were thrilled to provide interior design services for the reception and counseling spaces for the Marcus Youth and Family Center at Arundel Lodge, which opened in November 2015.  This behavioral health center fills a longstanding void in Anne Arundel County for treatment to the under-served population of children 4 - 17 years of age.  We also consulted with Arundel Lodge to create a play therapy room and a teen group therapy room.

Marcus Youth and Family Center

Arundel Lodge

Marcus Youth and Family Center

 

As of July 2016, over 225 youth and their families are being served by the Marcus Youth and Family Center.  They partner with other organizations such as Anne Arundel County Public Schools, Annapolis Police Department, The Blue Ribbon Project,  Anne Arundel County Partnership for Children, Youth and Families, and others, along with transition-aged youth who have used mental health and substance use treatment services, to help guide the development of programs and services.