Renaissance By Design is the new and exciting transformation of Renaissance Interior Design, a traditional design firm founded in 1985. This solid right turn in our business operation is a response to the new economy, dramatically changing home trends and the rapidly evolving lifestyle of today's buyer.

I saw the need to adapt my own business through my volunteer efforts as co-manager of the Gift Boutique for the Bellarmine University Showhouse over the past three years. I found that operating a boutique was a new love - and discovered that, while I had not lost my enthusiasm for design, I needed more.

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You tell us your goals and together we develop an action plan. Of the many liquidation avenues available in today's market we help you determine which will work best for you - be it an on-site tag sale or auction, complete haul away, cherry-picked consignment or a combination of any of these.

Other Services

We are available to help you through this difficult time. In addition to selling the personal property, we can assist with the after sale process too. We often arrange for and oversee professional house cleaners, repair and renovation crews and landscaping teams to support in the readiness of the property for resale.

Interior Design

Along with this space our work has been seen in such publications as Traditional Homes, Better Homes and Gardens, Louisville Magazine, Today's Woman, Courier Journal & America's Painted Ladies. We are frequent participants in the Bellarmine Showhouse and have been in the ASID Junior League Showhouse and Farmington's Historic Christmas Event.
April DuRoss

April DuRoss

Apr 16, 2016
They have everything! If you are looking for something old or new, for yourself or someone else, you can find it there! Antiques, jewelry, even Jezzabel sauce (not sure I spelled that correctly)! They have a working Felix Clock! Full review ›
Deborrah Tatum

Deborrah Tatum

Mar 25, 2015
I love this place! I find the most interesting and unusual items here. A feast for the eyes! Full review ›