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• Established and Incorporated in 1996

• Certified FAA Part 145 Station

• 2 Locations – Mobile dispatch covering 48 States, We Can Come to You!

• Highly skilled and experienced cabinetmakers, upholsterers, artisans and fabricators

• State-of-the-art shop and tooling to bring each project from concept to completion

• Staffed, dedicated Design Center

• Impeccable Safety Record

• Full Engineering Capabilities

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• Over 18 Manufactures Listed, nearly all Models serviced

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Outstanding Craftsmanship. Ultimate Convenience. Extraordinary Value

Artistry and imagination, tempered by respect for the unique performance and economic demands of corporate aircraft operation. Traditional hand-craftsmanship and attention to detail adapted to the latest technologies and advanced materials. That’s how Classic Interior Completions delivers luxurious corporate jet cabin refurbishments designed to exceed owner expectations in every regard. From custom cabinetry to upholstery, headliners to carpeting, for design, hand-craftsmanship, engineering and installation, Classic Interior Completions is setting the new standard for customer satisfaction and value.

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Complete Corporate Interior Refurbishment and Completions Capability at your Preferred Location. We Come to You. It’s never been easier to get what you want, when you want, where you need it.

Locations

We currently have multiple locations. Cleveland, OH. – Corporate headquarters 30,000 Sq. Ft. State-of-the-art facility. We also have a repair station in Ft. Myers, FL and offer services In Palm Beach as well.

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Confused with our Barcelona chair options? Read our Barcelona Chair Options article. If you have any questions please feel free to contact us through the site, by email. or telephone 01606 871 457 .

Watch our Barcelona chair video. Ideally all customers would visit our show area and experience the quality of the designer furniture in the flesh. We feel the next best thing is watching our Barcelona chair video and requesting our free leather samples .

If you think your bum is worthy of a seat fit for a king, you might consider parking it in the Barcelona Chair. This icon of “Modern Classical style,” painstakingly constructed of deeply tufted leather and gleaming stainless steel, was actually designed for royalty – created to provide seating for the King and Queen of Spain at Barcelona’s 1929 World’s fair.

The Iconic Promise

Our promise to you is very simple, if you do not love our designer furniture as much as we do we ll take it back and refund you in full (conditions apply ).

All our furniture pieces are specially selected for their beautiful design, quality and craftsmanship.

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Mark, Am sitting comfortably – on my new Eames ea217 desk chair – excellent product (I have Vitra Originals at work – but this seems just as good). Will order more – thanks.

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Hi Mark. I just wanted to say a quick thank you. The egg chairs and Warren Platner side table look fantastic on our landing, see attached. I’m really impressed with the quality – well worth paying a little extra for. It was also refreshing that everything arrived very well packaged so undamaged, as its frustrating how often this isn’t the case these days and items have to be returned after weeks of waiting.

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wiseGEEK: What is Classic Interior Design?

Classic interior design is derived from Greek and Roman design. This type of interior design is based upon order, balance, and perfect harmony. Classical design does not include any modern elements or current influences. Instead, it is steeped in tradition. In order to distinguish classical design from other types of design, it is important to understand the idea behind a focal point.

Classically designed rooms often contain large focal points. A large fireplace, grand table, or impressive staircase are good examples of focal points that are often used. Once a designer has chosen the focus of a room, all other items within the room are placed in order to enhance the look of the chosen focal point.

The idea behind a classically designed room is to create a sense of perfect symmetry. If a classic interior design were to be sliced down the middle, one side of a room would perfectly reflect the other side of a room. Everything from the lighting to the way that pictures are placed inside of a classic room should be immaculate.

The colors that are used in classic interior design are often inspired by Mother Nature. Deep blues, browns, yellow, green, and earth tones such as terracotta are frequently found within classical spaces. In addition, black can be used to outline important items within a room. Objects such as Roman columns, busts, and large vases are also quite common within classical themes.

As with most other materials used inside of a classical space, fabrics should be understated. Linen, cotton, and other durable fabrics are often used to create a classic theme. Designers who wish to add a bit of a splash to a classical room may choose to use taffeta and silks along with cotton and linen. Velvet is also used in abundance, though velvet is best used as an upholstery fabric.

When it comes to flooring options, classic interior design does not stray that far from the flooring materials once used by the Ancient Greeks and Romans. Wood, marble, slate, and stone are all ideal choices. Marble and stone can be placed in a geometric pattern in order to create an interesting, and calculated, look.

Patterns can be used in conjunction with classic interior design, though any pattern should be kept conservative. Large striped motifs are the best pattern options for this type of space. While a classically designed space is not for everyone, this type of space is often breathtaking and glamorous if executed properly.

Article Discussion

5) In Posts 1 through 4, all of you are confusing interior design with decorating. There is a vast difference. What you all are discussing are styles of decorating.

Interior designers are required to have a degree (Associates, Bachelors, Masters). Decorators are not required to have formal training to call themselves decorators.

Designers must have almost as much training and education as architects and engineers, must have specific levels of experience, and in most states, must pass a qualifying examination to be licensed.

4) It seems that classical interior design is being confused with classic interior design. Classical means related to ancient civilizations (specifically Greek, actually).

Classic is anything that references a prior, familiar design era. For instance, I read recently about a new house styled like a classic Bungalow , which is a style from the ’20’s to the ’40’s.

The Barcelona chair, by Mies van der Rohe, is considered a modern classic , as are the works by Charles and Ray Eames. You hear of mid-century modern classics as well.

A lot of these have little to nothing to do with classical, but are now considered classics in their own right, just by virtue of having been adopted into the interior design lexicon. They are recognizable in their own right (and therefore, classic), due to the ingenuity of their design, and their use of materials.

3) I have mixed feelings about classic interior design. When it’s done well, in appropriate circumstances, it looks good, but I think it’s grossly overused to try and lend a little dignity to rooms that are obviously lacking.

People just need to bear in mind that residential interior design has a lot of variables, and slapping a Roman bust on top of your cheapy coffee table does not make the room nice.

2) Oh, I love classic interior design! I think that when it comes down to the modern/classic interior design debate, classic totally wins.

I think that modern designs are just too out there, whereas a nice, elegant classic design is suitable for just about anything.

Seriously, just look at some classic interior design photos and tell me that you can’t see it — I think that the pros of the classic style far outweigh any complaints of stodginess.

1) I think that one of the most interesting styles you can have for interior design is a mix of classic and modern interior design.

Of course, it can look really just odd and messy, but when done right, I think that modern with a touch of classic — or the other way round — can end up working really well.

Besides, that way you can breathe a little life into overly-stiff classical designs, or give some of those outre modern designs a little grounding.





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Since 1974 Classic Interiors Design has been providing superior products, a knowledgeable sales staff, and professional installation to its customers in Northern Michigan.

Our reputation is based on your satisfaction. We pride ourselves on being locally owned and involved in our community. We are not a big corporation that does not know your name. We are the people you see at the grocery store, PTA, community event or at the lake. We genuinely care that your experience with us is a pleasant one.

So stop in and shop in our spacious clean showroom in a uniquely historic building. Enjoy the relaxed atmosphere as a Mom and Pop hometown store and make some new friends.

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3,516 San Francisco, CA Interior Designers and Decorators

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What does an interior designer do?

A good home design professional will hone your style down to its very essence and be able to choose a functional layout that feels natural to you. Interior design companies can be involved as much or as little as the client desires. Many clients who hire an interior decorator in San Francisco, CA — particularly those who are remodeling — have a good sense of how the room should look and what products they should use. Often clients will insist that interior decorators use the products already present in the house. Other times a designer will need to start from scratch — especially if this is a newly purchased or just-built home. An interior design company will need to figure out exactly what the client needs, which includes organizing rooms, picking flooring and wall colors, and finding furniture to complement it all. Sometimes that means he or she will have to recruit help from other San Francisco, CA home professionals to help create the perfect look for your renovation. Here are some related professionals and vendors to complement the work of interior designers & decorators: Architects & Building Designers. General Contractors. Home Builders. Design-Build Firms. Photographers.

Do your research before meeting with an interior designer or home decorator in San Francisco, CA. Ask yourself what you want your space to become and what it will be used for. Figure out the extent of what you need help with, what your must-haves are and what your budget is. Interior design services can add up fast, so be up front with a potential design firm or individual from the beginning. Also, pick an interior decorator that fits your style. Browse through the portfolios of different San Francisco interior design firms and decide if you would live in those houses. Just because you like something doesn’t mean you could live in it. There’s a big difference! You can find more interior designers & decorators in Oakland. Richmond. Berkeley. Daly City and San Mateo.

Questions to ask when you meet with local San Francisco interior designers:

  • Can you give me a referral? (It makes a big difference to talk with a client who’s worked with the designer before.)
  • Can I see your design portfolio?
  • When will the home renovation be done?
  • Do you charge an hourly rate or a flat rate, or use the cost-plus method or a mixed method?

Find an interior designer or home decorator in San Francisco, CA on Houzz. Narrow your search in the Professionals section to find San Francisco interior designers near you. You can also look through San Francisco, CA photos to find a room you like, then contact the design firm who designed it.

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Rebecca
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Interior
Designer

Rebecca Flynn started her design career in 1997 and graduated from The Design Institute of San Diego in Interior Design. She was fortunate to start her career with the distinguished cabinet maker, Michael Borrelli and was part of his team for 14 years. With the guidance and mentoring of Michael, Rebecca was able to help establish the interior design portion of the company. She became a Certified Kitchen Designer (CKD), Certified Bath Designer (CBD), and Certified California Interior Designer (CID) and become an Allied member of the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID). She has completed over 170 projects and has won 20 awards including San Diego Home/Garden Lifestyles Bath of the Year, and Small Kitchen of the Year several times. She has also won design awards from the San Diego National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA).

Giving back to the community, Rebecca has served as a judge for the NKBA National Design Competition. She has served as a volunteer for the San Diego NKBA Chapter for the last 12 years, and is past president for the chapter. She also serves on the Scripps Ranch Auxiliary for Rady Children’s Hospital. And has raised funds for the AIDS Lifecycle Organization by riding her bike from San Francisco to Los Angeles three different times.

In her free time, Rebecca enjoys spending time with her sons, family and friends, listening to music and drawing.

step 1:
our first meeting

I offer a free consultation in your home and just listen to what your design wishes are. We can then establish the scope of work, and discuss the timeframe for an initial design. A design retainer fee will then be developed and we can move forward.

step 2:
the design process

The design retainer will reserve hours for client meetings, help create a preliminary design concept, and establish the final design. The final design includes floor plans, elevations, colored renderings, along with all finishes and design aspects of the project. I will also meet with contractors and sub-contractors to help estalish the cost of the project. Once the final cost and final presentation is approved, and the contracts are signed, we can move to the execution portion of the project.

step 3:
the execution

I will be involved throughout the project, working with contractors and helping with answers or concerns that may arise. I will see the project from the design conception to the final step.

Project Portfolio

CityFront Terrace

Virtual Tour This kitchen was voted 2008’s “best small kitchen” in San Diego Home/Garden Lifestyles Magazine. I extended the small kitchen outside of its original footprint. The Sapele veneer cabinetry and solid glass backsplash allowed for the vibrant countertop to be the focal point. Every inch was used in this very clean, functional and boat-like design.

CityFront Terrace

Virtual Tour This was a whole-house remodel, and the client was out of the country. I designed the entire home via phone conversations and drawings. The client only saw the project when it was completed, and he and his family were very happy with the final product.

Coronado

The client wanted to incorporate the color blue into the design, since the home is by the ocean. We used zebrawood with Sapele and Wenge accents, and created a pantry underneath the stairs. High-durability travertine was used on the floor.

Coronado

This beachfront property needed a zen, tranquil feel. We used a combination of ash veneer and zebrawood throught the home.

La Jolla

Virtual Tour The media center was previously designed. We wanted the second phase of the design to complement the media center. New bathrooms, flooring, and even paint were part of the design.

Renaissance Tower

The client wanted to modernize this condo so he could sell it. We used Sapele veneer and rosewood flooring. We wanted an elegant entry that stepped into an open space. The powder room won “best small bathroom” in San Diego Home/Garden Lifestyles Magazine. The client sold the project very shortly after completion.

San Carlos

Virtual Tour The client wanted to update the 1970’s kitchen, but still keep the color tones of gray, white and red that were used throughout the home. We achieved a clean and contemporary design.

Scripps Ranch

Virtual Tour The original 1970’s kitchen needed a new design. We wanted to use some traditional aspects mixed with modern design. We used walnut veneer with a custom bleached stain to complement the surrounding finishes. We used marble and stainless steel countertops, porcelain flooring, and Top Knobs hardware. This kitchen won “best kitchen” in the NKBA San Diego Star Design Awards.

Scripps Ranch

Virtual Tour My client waited 26 years to remodel her kitchen. She is an avid cook and wanted a large kitchen to prepare and bake meals with her family and friends. We used cherry cabinetry from Crystal Cabinet Works, marble countertops, and eliminated the upper cabinets to install large open windows.

Scripps Ranch

Virtual Tour The floor plan did not change from the original layout, but we added an island and removed the existing table. This project included minimal changes, but created additional storage and counter space.

Solana Beach

This kitchen was divided in the middle to accommodate an office. We opened it up and created a large kitchen with a office space. I created a rock pebble design to match the existing flooring and fill in the old foot print. We used eucalyptus veneer, Caesarstone countertops, and pebble backsplash. This ktichen won “best kitchen” in San Diego Home/Garden Lifestyles Magazine.

Renderings

Design renderings help my clients and tradesmen visualize the final design concept.

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What does an interior designer do?

A good home design professional will hone your style down to its very essence and be able to choose a functional layout that feels natural to you. Interior design companies can be involved as much or as little as the client desires. Many clients who hire an interior decorator in San Diego — particularly those who are remodeling — have a good sense of how the room should look and what products they should use. Often clients will insist that interior decorators use the products already present in the house. Other times a designer will need to start from scratch — especially if this is a newly purchased or just-built home. An interior design company will need to figure out exactly what the client needs, which includes organizing rooms, picking flooring and wall colors, and finding furniture to complement it all. Sometimes that means he or she will have to recruit help from other San Diego home professionals to help create the perfect look for your renovation. Here are some related professionals and vendors to complement the work of interior designers & decorators: Architects & Building Designers. General Contractors. Home Builders. Design-Build Firms. Photographers.

Do your research before meeting with an interior designer or home decorator in San Diego. Ask yourself what you want your space to become and what it will be used for. Figure out the extent of what you need help with, what your must-haves are and what your budget is. Interior design services can add up fast, so be up front with a potential design firm or individual from the beginning. Also, pick an interior decorator that fits your style. Browse through the portfolios of different interior design firms and decide if you would live in those houses. Just because you like something doesn’t mean you could live in it. There’s a big difference! You can find more interior designers & decorators in University City. San Diego. Chula Vista. Oceanside and Escondido.

Questions to ask when you meet with local interior designers:

  • Can you give me a referral? (It makes a big difference to talk with a client who’s worked with the designer before.)
  • Can I see your design portfolio?
  • When will the home renovation be done?
  • Do you charge an hourly rate or a flat rate, or use the cost-plus method or a mixed method?

Find an interior designer or home decorator in San Diego on Houzz. Narrow your search in the Professionals section to find interior designers near you. You can also look through San Diego photos to find a room you like, then contact the design firm who designed it.

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The interior design studio of Inside Story offers complete design services for both residential and commercial interiors. Responsible for developing and implementing residential and commercial interior design projects including single family residences, restaurants, resorts, corporate headquarters and executive offices; we have specialized in luxury interiors since 1987.

Let the professionals at Inside Story conceptualize and bring to life the the home of your dreams.A place when at completion you can sit back, relax and repeat to yourself, ‘ now this is me.’

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In today’s business environment it is important to make the right statement; there is never a second chance for a first impression. Make your corporate statement a favorable and lasting one.

We don’t just let our reputation speak for itself, the relationships we have developed over the last 24 years allow our clients do the speaking for us.

The design studio of Inside Story does it all. from budgeting and planning to delivery and installation. You don’t need to do a thing, except call 858.610.0624 to schedule a consultation today!

Let us create the perfect space for you. We will support you throughout the entire design process, from concept to completion. Don’t leave anything to chance. Get it right the first time.

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PandaTip: Use this section to introduce your company to potential clients. Include the services you offer and areas you specialize in. This is also a great place to mention any awards or certifications.

At [Sender.Company], great interior design is our business and our passion. We believe that a house becomes a home when it s personalized — your space should show off your tastes and personality, work with your lifestyle, and maybe make your guests a little jealous. We know that creating a home interior that does all of these things isn t easy, and we re here to help.

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1,389 San Diego, CA Interior Designers and Decorators

The work of a professional can make all the difference. Whether your home has 10 bedrooms, or your apartment is 800 square feet, it can be tricky to create a cohesive look that is representative of your style. That’s where a local San Diego interior designer comes in. A home decorator will help distill your tastes and ideas into a design that suits the needs of your space. Whether you need help creating a functional space plan, rearranging existing pieces, designing the inside of a new home, or simply sourcing amazing furniture and decor, seeking the help of professional interior designers and decorators in San Diego, CA is a must. More

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What does an interior designer do?

A good home design professional will hone your style down to its very essence and be able to choose a functional layout that feels natural to you. Interior design companies can be involved as much or as little as the client desires. Many clients who hire an interior decorator in San Diego, CA — particularly those who are remodeling — have a good sense of how the room should look and what products they should use. Often clients will insist that interior decorators use the products already present in the house. Other times a designer will need to start from scratch — especially if this is a newly purchased or just-built home. An interior design company will need to figure out exactly what the client needs, which includes organizing rooms, picking flooring and wall colors, and finding furniture to complement it all. Sometimes that means he or she will have to recruit help from other San Diego, CA home professionals to help create the perfect look for your renovation. Here are some related professionals and vendors to complement the work of interior designers & decorators: Architects & Building Designers. General Contractors. Home Builders. Design-Build Firms. Photographers.

Do your research before meeting with an interior designer or home decorator in San Diego, CA. Ask yourself what you want your space to become and what it will be used for. Figure out the extent of what you need help with, what your must-haves are and what your budget is. Interior design services can add up fast, so be up front with a potential design firm or individual from the beginning. Also, pick an interior decorator that fits your style. Browse through the portfolios of different San Diego interior design firms and decide if you would live in those houses. Just because you like something doesn’t mean you could live in it. There’s a big difference! You can find more interior designers & decorators in Tijuana. University City. Chula Vista. El Cajon and National City.

Questions to ask when you meet with local San Diego interior designers:

  • Can you give me a referral? (It makes a big difference to talk with a client who’s worked with the designer before.)
  • Can I see your design portfolio?
  • When will the home renovation be done?
  • Do you charge an hourly rate or a flat rate, or use the cost-plus method or a mixed method?

Find an interior designer or home decorator in San Diego, CA on Houzz. Narrow your search in the Professionals section to find San Diego interior designers near you. You can also look through San Diego, CA photos to find a room you like, then contact the design firm who designed it.

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