Kymberlyn's designs have been seen on CBS, NBC, FOX 16, Elle, Lucky Magazine dubbed her as an "Interior Designer to Watch, 2015", Her work "The Office of Inspiration" graced the pages of Heart & Soul Magazine, alongside Misty Copeland, the first black female principal dancer for the American Ballet Theater, Women's Essence Magazine, featured her as a "Woman of Essence for 2015", she was recently nominated as Top African-American Interior Designer, 2016, She was recently honored as one of the "Top Interior Designers to Watch,2017" in the country, amongst countless others national and local features. Kymberlyn is often a featured designer and product ambassador for Kirkland's.
Kymberlyn has also developed partnerships with numerous national brands such as Hilton Hotels, Pottery Barn, Williams-Sonoma, Goodwill Industries, Bass ProShop, O’Verlay’s, ReInvented Vintage, Target, and a host of others. Kymberlyn is also a member of the Sherwin Williams Professional Advisory Panel. City of Little Rock, Mayor Mark Stodola proclaimed July 18 (Kymberlyn's official date of birth) as "Kymberlyn Lacy Day" in the city of Little Rock, AR for her dedication and philanthropic contributions in the community. She currently designs residential and commercial interiors for clients from around the globe including celebrity fashion designer Linda Rowe-Thomas, The Ronald McDonald House, and several famed athletes.