As Seen in Indianapolis Monthly SHOPS 2013
Learn what’s “Here & Now” at the Indiana Design Center in the latest issue of SHOPS from Indianapolis Monthly. You’ll find inspiration from some of the IDC’s many professionals and product showrooms and see how you can “reflect the of-the-moment design trend with expressions of brilliant color,” according to Tom Vriesman, IDC Director of Design Community Relations. All of the items and services in this feature are available through businesses that call the Indiana Design Center home. Contact us today to learn more about any of the featured items.
Indoor & Outdoor Casual Living Furnishings from Causal Living By Especially Wicker: Locally-owned and operated since 1987, Especially Wicker has grown from wicker-focused furniture to an all-purpose furniture store. They are a retail store featuring a design workshop along with furniture for both indoor and outdoor living spaces. Services include space planning and helping you find the best style, furniture and fabric for your home.
Silk Drapes & Drapery Design from Drapery Street: Drapery Street is a design boutique that offers a beautifully curated assortment of one-of-a-kind fabrics and custom design resources. You’ll work with experienced designers who will walk you through every step of the process–from style selection to measuring to installation. This creative workshop engages you in an organized personal design process to deliver beautiful interiors that suit your unique taste and lifestyle. By focusing on design expertise, friendly and personal creative consultation and style inspiration, Drapery Street appeals to shoppers with different tastes, incomes and styles of living.
Thibaut Fabrics & Design Services available through Rosalind Brinn Pope Interior Design: Rosalind Brinn Pope, one of the resident interior designers at the Indiana Design Center, has been creating custom designs in Indiana and North Carolina for more than 20 years. She is renowned for her classic, timeless designs and focus on detail. Rosalind works with your architecture, collections and favorite furniture to create a home of comfort and grace, reflecting your lifestyle. Attention to detail is what makes Rosalind’s creations truly custom. Each and every client receives excellent service and personal attention.
Azul Macaubus Granite Tub, Wall & Sinks available through Santarossa Mosaic & Tile Co.: The Santarossa showroom features hard surfaces, tile and stone that bring quality and natural beauty into the home. Fulfilling the interior and exterior flooring and hard surface needs for countless institutions, corporations, hospitals, retail malls, education and government buildings along with residential builders, architects, designers and homeowners, Santarossa goes to great lengths to provide you with the best finished products made from the finest quality raw materials. Through Santarossa, you get access to virtually every major domestic and foreign supplier of ceramic, stone and terrazzo in the world, as well as the most respected and established mills for carpet and other resilient materials.
Viz Glass Light Fixture available at Reese Kitchen, Bath & Lighting Design: Now open to the public, the Reese Kitchen, Bath & Lighting Gallery caters to the residential market with everything you need to create your dream space. In addition to the state’s largest selection of custom and stock cabinetry, state-of-the-art appliances, stylishly practical counter top materials and decorative hardware, you also benefit from Reese’s specialized interior designers at no additional fee. Their work has been featured in Architectural Digest, Better Homes and Gardens, Kitchens and Baths, Log Home Living, Midwest Living, Home Planning Ideas and Indianapolis Monthly. The state-of-the-art showroom is conveniently located on the second floor of the IDC, right above the Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting Gallery showroom.
Fabrics & Wallcoverings through Your Designer or Direct to You from Walter Knabe Studios: Walter Knabe Studios produces hand made fabrics and wallcoverings as well as fine art paintings and limited edition prints. Walter first opened a studio nearly 30 years ago as a painter in New York City. His paintings quickly morphed into full-scale wallcoverings when he received a request to cover the walls of a high profile New York apartment with his heavily patterned paintings. Since then, his studio has also produced wallcoverings, fabrics and other home décor utilizing some of the same screen-printing techniques he developed while making fine art screen prints. Walter also creates hand made and licensed designs for bedding, wall coverings, stationery and national event artwork.
Want to see more? Stop by the Indiana Design Center to visit the showrooms and connect with professionals who can help you with your design dilemma or project.