Kristin Try has a passion for art and creating beautiful spaces. She loves color, texture, and the freedom to create in abstract paintings. Kristin began her career in government affairs and as an association executive, but after the birth of her second daughter she began a more creative path through interior design and art classes, where she found her love of painting.
The name Gingham & Grosgrain comes from daughters who are always wearing gingham clothes and grosgrain ribbon bows. When designing interior spaces you'll find a touch of grosgrain or a good gingham. In her paintings she loves that she can create original works of art to beautifully exist in spaces of all styles. Kristin especially loves the contrast abstract art brings to traditional design elements.