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Design Collective Group, Inc.
4 Reviews
Levy
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Hidden behind the art on the wood panel is a queen size bed. It makes this home office do double duty and maximizes the use of space. The light cherry woods are hand finished with a cinnamon stain with a near matt sealer. Plenty of storage for files, personal accessories and storage for guests allow the clients to find a space for everything and everything in their space.
Design Collective Group, Inc.
4 Reviews
Levy
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One of the greatest benefits of working with a designer is to tap into their passion for certain types of work. In this case, we were able to use our knowledge of universal design to design this bathroom. It showcases great examples for aging in place including a curb-less entry into the shower, bench and of course a balance bar inside the space. The textured materials on the...More
Design Collective Group, Inc.
4 Reviews
Levy
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One of the features of this bathroom is the use of lighting. Placed strategically in and around the room, the space is filled with light without the glare, The lyptus wood cabinets have counters of "Rain Forest" from Brazil. The filled and honed stone floor makes for a safe and secure space.
Design Collective Group, Inc.
4 Reviews
Levy
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This master bedroom is both functional and visually attractive. A place to read, watch TV or spend time together in the pair of chairs makes this bedroom a special place for our clients. The lighting casts a welcoming nature to the space. The rich set of colors becomes the accent to the more neutral walls.
Design Collective Group, Inc.
4 Reviews
Levy
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In the redesign of this condo, having a formal dining room did not seem to be an effective use of space. So we made the space a multi-purpose retreat. It is both home office and with two pull down "murphy-style" beds, a guest space. The area is large enough to be a play area for the grandchildren or a place to set up the execs bike. The indirect lighting avoids any glare an...More
Design Collective Group, Inc.
4 Reviews
Levy
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With a single living space, one of the challenges was to create a place to entertain numerous guests while still making the space intimate to curl up and read a book. The warm tones of yellows, golds and cherry woods bring character to the design. Making the space appear timeless was achieved by assembling complimentary styles and tying them together with fabrics and colors th...More
Design Collective Group, Inc.
4 Reviews
Levy
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For the third project for the same client, we thought we knew them well. But this time, they wanted color. And so we dug into our files and pulled out many of our favorites like Oklahoma Gold for the walls. And it didn't hurt that they have such a wonderful collection of art and accessories to work with.
Design Collective Group, Inc.
4 Reviews
Kraft
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This shower and tub area feature universal design principles including a curbless entry into the showering area. The shower pan or floor is of teak creating a safe and secure flooring material. The same teak material is used for the floating bench, a nice touch for those who need to sit while bathing. The tub surround is just right for sitting on but also for swinging around t...More
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