Robin Lechner Designs
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Robin Lechner Designs is a full service interior design firm, serving southeast Florida, NYC, and the Hamptons for over 15 years. I have been acknowledged by professional organizations for my hard work, dedication, and contributions to family, career, and community. My freshness and originality is influenced by years of international travel, love of history, and appreciation of design, art, and architecture. With my track record, you can feel confident that your project is in reliable and experienced hands.

Services Provided
Color Selection, Room Layouts, Space Planning, Consulting, Window Treatments, Accessories, Home Staging, Artwork, Lighting, Carpeting, Rugs, Closets, Flooring, Wall surfaces, Wallpaper, Wall covering

Areas Served
South Florida

Special arrangements can be made for projects beyond the areas mentioned.

Certifications and Awards
Houzz Designer of the Year 2014, Sunny Isles Beach Award Program in Interior Design 2013, Exclusive Interior Designer for Haute Living Magazine, 2012 Woman of the Year - National Association of Professional Women, Worldwide Who's Who
Contact: Robin Lechner
Location: 16500 Collins Ave #2555
Sunny Isles Beach, FL 33160
License Number: 23-8015678359-7
Typical Job Costs: $10,000 - 250,000
3 payment options are available depending upon the project: 1. Flat Fee, 2. Hourly, 3. Percentage add-on of purchases
Commented: I love this rug, where can I get one? Thank you for your email. I created the design and colorations and had it custom made.
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Commented: Area Rug Help Looks like you have a traffic flow issue more than a rug issue. You're distrupting the flow of the room, and breaking up the open floor plan concept. ELIMINATE THE RUG! You don't have to have a rug in...
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Commented: Bookshelf nightmare! Remove SOME of the shelves to create a more contemporary minimalist look. Paint the back wall a different color than the shelves. Don't over stuff the shelves... use one or two accessory items on some...
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Commented: Bathroom design help Storage seems to be a major issue here. Since you'll have a tub in the second bathroom, may I suggest a shower with frameless glass enclosure. Go monochromatic in a light color... off white, beige, pa...
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Commented: Help me pick chairs and new lights for my kitchen I'm working on a project with the same traffic flow issue. The door to the outside makes a traditional dining arrangement difficult. I resolved the situation by placing a bench against the wall, and 2...
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Commented: Accent wall colour How about a dark GRAY? Gray goes beautifully with black and white, and won't distract from your TV. A bright or strong color will interfere with visual enjoyment. What I'd love to see is a two tone ef...
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