For eight years as a designer at KDWHome/KitchenDesignworks, Ann Rumble created extraordinary kitchens and baths for discerning clients in North Carolina, Virginia and New York City. She applied contemporary, traditional and transitional concepts using the most current materials created by the best craftsmen and artisans from around the globe. In March 2013, she won the prestigious southeast regional award in the Sub-Zero/Wolf Kitchen Design Contest 2010-2012. Out of 1,600 global entries, her kitchen submission was one of 54 "Best of the Best."
Ann continues her passion for transforming spaces so that they become the most comfortable,
creative and celebrated spaces in which her clients can spend their time at home. She lives in Richmond in
The Cookie Factory Lofts, the Interbake/FFV factory listed on the National Registry of Historic Places.
Ann Rumble realized her love of design at the early age of six. As she looked at the Roman alphabet on its long green strip above the blackboard of her first grade class, she was mesmerized. Her personal study of letterforms and penmanship was her first nod to the world of design. She became a graphic designer owning her business for eighteen years after studying design at the School of Visual Arts in New York City.