Explore Krista Watterworth Alterman’s brand new, limited edition collection of home furnishings.  With a designer's eye for luxurious, one-of-a kind furnishings, all of our products are made-to-order and fully customizable.  We deliver the best in design, quality and craftsmanship, combined with a concierge purchasing experience and white glove service that removes all the usual stress of purchasing furniture and accessories for your home.

 Our upholstery collection is sourced from North Carolina, utilizing performance textiles with stain-resistant technology.  This stain free technology follows our “livable luxury” model at Krista + Home, ensuring that your piece will more robustly resist everyday stains. Plus, our fabrics are produced in a way that is safe for both our environment and humans - no harmful chemicals or finishes are released from these fabrics.  Our wood pieces are crafted from a true artisan and partner in Northern California. Every product on our site is made in the USA.

Krista Watterworth Alterman’s modern, clean and surprisingly classic aesthetic has earned her a reputation as Palm Beach County’s go-to interior designer.  She received her Master of Fine Arts from the prestigious New School in Manhattan, and furthered her studies at Parsons School of Interior Design, one of the top design schools in the country, where she is now an adjunct professor of interior design.  New York Daily News called Krista “a designer who gives a room soul.”

A television personality, Krista is known for her highly acclaimed HGTV shows Save My Bath and Splurge & Save. She's also been featured on The Food Network’s Restaurant Impossible and DIY's The Vanilla Ice Project for seven seasons.

Krista’s award-winning work is frequently published in magazines and has had recent features in Architectural Digest, Florida Design, Good Housekeeping, Décor, Luxe Interiors & Designs, Cottages & Bungalows and Southern Home.