Shane D. Inman


Services Provided
Collaborating directly with General Contractors, Architects, Engineers and all individual trades, we pride ourselves on meeting every client need for every interior and exterior deign project. We specialize in custom kitchen and bathroom design, mill-working, blue-print review, decorating, real estate staging, consulting, event design and organizational services.

Areas Served
New York, Illinois, Michigan and Florida

Business Description
Leading by example, The Inman Company has earned a reputation for excellence in interior design in the residential and commercial markets. We have set an industry standard for performance by maintaining a superior level of professionalism.

Whether your project is a primary residence, a seasonal retreat, corporate headquarters or a small business, The Inman Company's expertise and individual approach to each interior design project can be an indispensable asset, guiding you from initial conception to successful completion. We achieve this through our commitment to unwavering customer service, attention to detail and accountability, saving you time and money in the process.

The Inman Company specializes in offering knowledge based on a wealth of education and experience while working closely with you, listening and providing inspiration. We understand the dynamics of exceptional interior design as well as the importance of impeccable customer service, and we respectfully design and orchestrate every interior no matter what design style or period it represents according to the client's vision, budget and long-term investment. The end result is a space that graciously combines beautiful form with uncompromising function.

Certification and Awards
Certified interior designer - National Council for Interior Design Qualification (NCIDQ)
Certified kitchen designer - National Kitchen & Bath Association (NKBA)
American Society of Interior Designers (ASID)
International Interior Design Association (IIDA).
Location:
New York, NY US 
Contact:
Shane Inman 
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Address:
101 W. 75th St.
New York, NY 10023 
License #:
NCIDQ Certificate No. 018193 
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10 Smart Ideas for Your Laundry Room Remodel

Make washing and drying easier and more comfortable by considering ergonomics, storage and special features Full Story
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Rosemary Hughes
1. Never replace an older appliance that works well with a new one. I read that because the motors have been downsized they work harder and die earlier. The computer boards are bid out and not produced by the manufacturer. It can literally be impossible to replace the boards in your machines when they die and most of these appliances can't run without them. Years ago it was not uncommon for a major appliance to have a useful life of 15 to 20 years. Some authorities are saying new appliances may have a life of five years average. An independent repairman told me they were being told the average was 8 years. Extended warranties once were considered a useless waste of money. After doing a lot of research, I bought a 5 year extended warranty for my new refrigerator.
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WI have been planning for a real laundry room when we replace our tub/shower unit with a full length shower. I know what I would like to have but will not be able find. I can reach the shelves 12" deep shelves over my appliances by leaning over the old on the ground dryer. I can only reach the bottom shelf above my raised washer. Shelves or cabinets that are even or almost even with the appliance fronts would make the shelves easier to reach but way too deep. I want what industries used to make their storage accessible. Shelves mounted on a rotating carousel. I can remember when almost every jewelery store had a cases with carousel shelves to make more jewelry easy to see while safe in a case. They can be scaled up to huge industrial units and scaled down to jewelry shelves. There is no reason why we should not be able to have shelves 12" deep where every shelf can revolve to be the lowest shelf. How many of you would like such shelves? Many of the universal design features are more expensive and leave potential storage space unused than shelves that move up, down and around.
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10 idées déco pour ranger ses accessoires de bureau

Voici une farandole d'astuces pour organiser et optimiser votre bureau sans perdre de vue une jolie décoration. Full Story
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Review by Tyler Elich:

We hired Shane just before we were about to close on a new condo in downtown Chicago. The condo was in good shape already, but we really wanted to bring in an ...
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Review by eaicher:

I worked with Shane Inman at The Inman Company for 3 years. I started my design career with Shane, first as his intern and then working as his assistant. Durin...
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Review by no1aicher:

When we decided to renovate our 15 year old home we knew it would be a daunting task not only because what we had in mind was a major renovation, but also becau...
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Review by Shenandoah Chefalo:

My husband and I hired Shane Inman to help with our Law Office project. We initially bought a building with the intent to do a quick remodel. As these projects ...
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Review by Macare Lumbrezer:

"Having never used an interior design professional, we weren't sure that we would be the ideal clients because of our small residential project. We also have to...
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Review for Stratus Marble & Granite:

“Nothing less than professional, articulate and service oriented – Stratus has been my countertop resource since the inception of The Inman Company - a resident...
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