Randy Luken, Allied ASID & DSID

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After 40 years in the Design business, my philosophy hasn’t changed. I treat each project as a piece of art, whether it is a bathroom or a whole house or commercial space. With my Fine Arts Degree, I like the whole process of “putting it all together”. I am always interested in each client’s affinity for certain colors and how that impacts the design process. I enjoy working with any period of furniture and architecture; with the goal of creating a timeless interior. My goal in any project is to create a space that people enjoy being in all the time.  A doctor once told me that they send people home to get well. This has always stuck with me and makes me realize how important “home” is in our lives. It is always a pleasure to hear “This room makes me feel so good”. Home is where the ART is!

Allied Member, American Society of Interior Designers
Professional Member, Dayton Society of Interior Designers
Scholarship Committee, DSID
Board Member, Tipp City Arts Council
Restoration Committee, Tipp City United Methodist Church
Member, Tipp City Masonic Lodge


Jon Blunt, ASID

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Jon has been working in Interior Design for almost 20 years. He holds a BS. Degree from Indiana University in Business-Marketing. After a few years in retail buying he supplemented his business degree with an A.S. Degree in Interior Design and Architectural Drafting. Jon worked several years in commercial design completing projects such as Montgomery County Human Services, RTA Transit Hubs and the Dayton Dragon's Baseball Stadium. In 1998, he switched his focus to work primarily in residential design. He is an NCIDQ certified designer and a professional member of the American Society of Interior Designers and has been very active with this organization. Jon has served on the ASID Ohio South/Kentucky Chapter Board in several positions including Chapter President. In addition, he has served ASID nationally on two different committees. Over the years, Jon has received awards for several projects from both ASID Ohio South/Kentucky Chapter and Cincinnati Magazine. He also works in the community spending a great deal of time volunteering with the DPVA and has sung in several community choruses including Dayton Chamber Chorale, Dayton Gay Men's Chorus and Musica!


Ashley Powell, Allied ASID & DSID

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Ashley Powell is a graduate of Wittenberg University who continued her studies in Interior Design at Sinclair Community College. She won the ASID South Ohio/Kentucky Chapter Award for Conceptual Design as well as the DSID Scholarship Award. In 2009, Ashley had the fortunate opportunity to begin her design career at Luken Interiors. Her diverse design portfolio includes residential and commercial work. Her design aesthetic is timeless, yet eclectic and always inviting. She works closely with her clients bringing proportion, scale and personality together creating original spaces that are perfectly tailored to her client's lifestyle.