D3SIGNCUBE™
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D3SIGNCUBE™ is an, industry leading, design+build firm capable of serving the discriminating needs of its clients by providing unparalleled services to the residential and commercial markets.

We strive to transform your space into a one-of-a-kind indulgence—a fusion of styles that evolve to meet your specific needs, and our commitment to detail and budget-saving efficiency makes us one of the most sought after firms in the region.

D3SIGNCUBE's lead designer, Andi Mehner, boasts more than 15 years experience in industry and understands how overwhelming the planning, designing and building process can be. She has been recognized for her sense of style and recommended as one to consistently deliver beautiful and functional spaces that go beyond her client’s needs and expectations.

Feel free to reach out to us, we would love to hear from you!

Services Provided
Basement Remodeling, Bathroom Remodeling, Kitchen Remodeling

Areas Served
Bellevue, Bennington, Boys Town, Chalco, Elkhorn, Gretna, La Vista, Millard, Omaha, Papillion, Ralston

Certifications and Awards
Best of Houzz Service 2014
Best of Houzz Service and Design 2015
Best of Houzz Service and Design 2016
Best of Houzz Service and Design 2017
Best of Houzz Service 2018
Omaha's Premier Kitchen & Bath Remodelers
Best of Houzz 2014-2018!

Contact: Andi Mehner
Location: 139 S 144 Street #540192
Omaha, NE 68154
License Number: 41798
Typical Job Costs: $18,000 - 55,000
Commented: question on lampshades What type of fitter? UNO or Spider?
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Commented: Countertop Sorry--its looks like a quartz but I did not do the countertop.
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Commented: Art? We did not supply the art - sorry
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Commented: Floor tiles I don't know who made the floor tiles. I believe it is a Versailles type pattern though.
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Commented: What type of flooring and what color is it please? We did not put the floor in. Just be sure to pick a wood that will take a darker stain.
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Commented: Countertops. To get this look, I would look at either a Carrara marble or there is a quartz counter called Torquay that is a nice alternative. The butcher block will need to be in a wood that will take a dark sta...
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