defining lifestyle
through space


Kori Nightingale graduated from the University of Manitoba, Faculty of Architecture with her Bachelor of Interior Design in 1998. Moving to Vancouver, Kori quickly obtained a position with an established Interior Design company and within her first year had garnered a Gold Georgie Award for her employer In February of 2001.

Kori formed Nightingale Design with herself and her husband Stephen Nightingale as principals in the firm. Stephen was a marketing executive with a local company prior to forming Nightingale Design.

Since inception, Nightingale Design has specialized in both Residential and Commercial design and has created successful results for their many local and international clients with the innovative and creative approach that is taken with each project.

Nightingale Design’s reputation is built on a solid portfolio of residential and commercial projects ranging in scale from small condo conversions to design build turn key projects. All aspects of interior design are addressed with each and every project.

Nightingale Design prides itself on working closely with each client to ensure that the look and feel of the project is right, within budget and on time.


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Each and every project is an exciting opportunity to carefully curate each space specifically to meet and exceed our clients dreams.  Every design refelcts our clients own unique individual tastes and preferences.

1. Strategic planning

Every design begins with questions upon questions to our clients.  We want to know every detail possible and of the scope of the project and specifically what each client dreams to achieve with every outcome.


This is where we pull together all the information gathered in the planning stage and source, resource, explore all avenues of design for our clients to best suit their specific needs.

3 . programming

This is where we pull together options for our clients together with budgets so they can decide what vision they wish to achieve and what budget best fits their needs.

“Your Home Should Tell The Story Of Who You Are And Be A Collection Of What You Love”