Design is My Art

in the studio
EDIT KASZA - Owner & Principal Designer

Edit is a skilled designer, an accomplished draftsperson using the Chief Architect design program. Her creative problem-solving skills and her love of design to bring her clients dreams alive.

When you first meet Edit, her distinctive accent will prompt the question “Where are you from?” She was born in Budapest, Hungary, where became an economist.

Living in a variety of locations both in Europe and Canada has taught Edit to appreciate the richness of many cultures and their traditions, as well as sparked her organizing and moving skills. It has also given Edit ample opportunity to perfect her decorating, staging and designing skills, culminating in designing and building her own home.

After settling in Canada, Edit went back to school to fulfill her dream and follow her passion for design. Her creativity, artistic talent, life experience, and the benefit of travel made it a natural choice for her to enroll in a 3 years Interior Design program at Niagara College.

Her enthusiasm for handmade, hand painted tiles and mosaics encouraged her to open a studio where she both produced and taught her art as well as started her own kitchen and bath design business. Over the past two decades she has specialized in kitchen and bath designs,often incorporating custom mosaics in her work.

Being a proud member of NKBA (National Kitchen & Bath Association) and the WRHBA (Waterloo Region Home Builders Associations) Edit follows the ethical principles promoted by the organizations.

While her clients’ budgets vary greatly, they share a common goal: to have a beautiful, efficient, well organized environment. Edit says “I never imagined how rewarding it would be to positively impact others’ lives professionally and personally art and design.”


Karma is a part of the team at EDIT Design Inc. He greets everyone with a wagging tail and welcoming charm. Karma accompanies Edit on some of her home consults, and visits to job sites and vendors. Over the years he has developed his own design sense. His method to showing his feedback is tail up or tail down.