Unparalleled commitment to elegance and femininity. 


AKI represents a commitment to elegance, femininity, and the high-level, professional expertise that is hallmark of its services. Although AKI is known for luxury-level, white glove interior design experiences for its clients, Amy's cheerful, welcoming, and kind personality make the process approachable, positive, and memorable. AKI gracefully walks the lines between luxury and livable, traditional with a touch of modern, and professional and down-to-earth.

A full-service interior design studio welcoming a fresh traditional aesthetic into the modern home.


—Client WEST U 

“Working with Amy is such a pleasure! She creates lovely spaces that also are so comfortable and functional for families. Amy made our home so beautiful and we are grateful for her vision and creativity.”

Since starting her business in 2013, formerly operating under the name Grace Davis Interiors, Amy has developed an affinity and mastery for fresh traditional designs. Her strength lies in her ability to pull together fabrics in an effortless, yet refined way, keeping the overall look classic and timeless. Amy’s BS in Communication from Texas Christian University serves her clients well - AKI’s supportive and white-glove-level experience makes clients feel at ease and understood throughout the process. Amy lives with her husband Brett, two precious children Preston and Caroline, and Winston, a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel. In her spare time, she enjoys perusing local antique stores, traveling to new places, and spending time with her family and friends.

Amy’s design style and love of interiors have been in her life since her childhood. Her family, particularly her mother and her grandmother, had a love and appreciation for beautiful things—not only for their aesthetics but for their meaning. Amy carries that same reverence and respect for timeless elegance through each project—and her clients can feel (and appreciate!) her deeply rooted passion for making their homes beautiful and meaningful.

Amy Kummer