Kelsey Grose is an interior designer, wife, and mother passionate about all things design. Born and raised in the prairie province of Saskatchewan, she grew up with a love for the land + the down-to-earth lifestyle offered in a more rural setting, which she refers to as ‘Purposeful Prairie Living’.
Having worked for a small design firm in Calgary, Alberta during university, she had a chance to see what a design business was like from the inside and loved it. Coming from an entrepreneurial family, she had always been interested in having her own business too.
Combining those two passions, she launched her own interior design firm, Farmer's Daughter Interiors, in 2016. Since then she has been featured on Apartment Therapy, The Haven List, Scout & Nimble The Identite Collective, Country Living online and more recently in print on the cover of Canadian Home Trends magazine.
Working on her own design projects she grew to know the challenges of sourcing quality, ethically made homegoods in a smaller community. Once again employing her entrepreneurial spirit, she opened her first homewares retail and online store, The Home Quarter, in 2019.
Quickly building a reputation for offering unique, heirloom quality homewares and gifts across Canada and America, her small downtown store was soon bursting at the seams with a variety of products she meticulously sourced across the globe.
Realizing she’d outgrown her current premises mid 2022; she made the bold decision to purchase and renovate a double fronted store downtown Swift Current. Not only giving both her businesses more space to continue to grow, but also giving her the opportunity to bring her Interior Design and Homeware businesses together under the Farmer’s Daughter umbrella, rebranding The Home Quarter to :
‘Farmer’s Daughter Homestead : Purposeful Prairie Living by @farmersdaughterinteriors
Kelsey looks forward to sharing her design ethos in a space that values the HOME - making memories and cherishing family and friends gathering. Kowing that even the most simple of objects we use daily, have the power to influence our sense of wellbeing, comfort and nostalgia.