“Interior design should work seamlessly with the function of the space. The design should be so outstanding that it becomes the individual’s benchmark for their expectation for that type of space. Subtle nuances and unexpected key design elements work seamlessly to create a space that is both beautiful and meaningful.”


Katherine Dalton is an interior designer who seeks balance, purpose, and space in her work. Her attention to detail, creates meaningful elements that craft an experience far more profound than the surface. To combine brand standards with personality, luxury with discretion, style with functionality, and contemporary with heritage. These are challenges Katherine loves to pursue in designing meaningful environments.

Katherine Dalton joined ForrestPerkins in 2019 as a junior designer. Her responsibilities include ongoing and new projects, supervising interns and coordinating purchasing on projects for major brands such as Hyatt, Marriott, Westin, and boutique hotel projects. In addition, as a hospitality designer, she has been a team member for large new build construction projects and multi-stage renovations. Prior to joining ForrestPerkins, her experience includes retail design and mall concept project experience.

Mrs. Dalton is proficient in AutoCAD, Revit, SketchUp, Adobe Suite, hand sketching, and Enscape. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Interior Design and graduated Magna Cum Laude from Texas Christian University in Fort Worth, Texas. As an Alumna, Katherine participates in speaking engagements and on-campus activities to help support the ever-growing Texas Christian University Design Program.