Interior Designers East Chicago IN

Interior design can make your interior environment better and enhance your home lifestyle. To produce an interior space that fulfills the home improvement project goals, interior designers use different methods and techniques that create a welcoming living space. See below for more information to find the best interior designers in East Chicago, IN.

Meade Services Inc.
(773) 761-1595
6400 N Francisco
Chicago, IL
Services
Insulation, Commercial Property Maintenance, Carpenters, Kitchen remodeling, Decks & Porches, Disaster Restoration, Water Heaters & Tanks, Bathroom remodeling, Garage & Carport, Paving, Handyman, Security, Plaster & Stucco, Basement remodeling, Drywall and Plaster, Ceilings, Hot Tubs & Spas, Framing, Home Builders, Flooring, Mirrors, Powerwashing, Tiling, Sauna, Solar Energy, Skylights, Roofing, Electrical, Locksmiths, Sunrooms, Wallpaper & Wallcoverings, Siding, Lighting, Plumbing, Multiple …
Service Types
Residential, Commercial
Company Information
Hours : 7:00 AM to 4:00 PM M,T,W,T,F
Years in Business : 25 Years
Languages Spoken : English, Spanish
Licensing Information
Bonded : Yes
General Liability Insurance : Yes
License # : 09- to be submiten upon request( for security reasons)

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Langland Design Studio
(708) 687-8753
15110 S Kildare Ave. Midlothian
Midlothian, IL
 
Langland Design Studio
(708) 687-8753
15110 S Kildare Ave.
Midlothian, IL
 
Design Insight
(773) 209-1488
616 W Fulton St. #512 Chicago
Chicago, IL
 
Design Insight
(773) 209-1488
616 W Fulton St. #512
Chicago, IL
 
A Plus Chicago Moving Service
(773) 353-6366
1500 S Jefferson St
Chicago, IL

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Susan Powell
(708) 672-9668
Crete, IL
Specialties
Residential,Commercial,Home Staging,Training/School

Abberlin Interior Design
(312) 988-4822
980 North Michigan Avenue Ste. 1400
Chicago, IL
 
Lauren Seaman Enslin Design
(312) 944-1999
200 E Delaware Pl. #33E Chicago
Chicago, IL
 
Kara Mann LTD
(312) 893-7550
119 West Hubbard Street 5th Floor
Chicago, IL
 
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Room Decorating Designs

Add-ons that are functional or just plain fun!

We've covered the major rooms in any home, but nowadays, people have all sorts of specialty rooms. These rooms might be made from a converted bedroom, a finished basement or even a complete addition to the existing structure of your home.

Generally, specialty rooms highlight hobbies or areas of interest, such as a workshop or wine cellar. However, some rooms (such as laundry rooms or furnace rooms) are simply a means of separating household functions from the more people-oriented areas of the home.

Since these rooms are out of the way, they tend to be the last rooms decorated – if they even do get decorated! But while they may not be design priorities, these rooms often require some form of appliance or furnishing, and eventually, you're probably going want to tie them in to your overall home decor. Many of these rooms, when done properly, can add great value to your home if you ever decide to sell, so paying a little attention to the details now can be well worth your while later.

Some of the most common additional rooms are:

  • Basement. The downstairs rooms of a house can be finished and used for recreation, or left unfinished and used for storage. Families with children typically choose to finish their basements to give the kids a place to play.
  • Garage . The garage's primary purpose is to store vehicles, but they're also often used for storing tools and equipment. Many garages also have a work bench area where handymen can engage in their favorite hobbies.
  • Guest Room. If you frequently entertain guests, it is a nice thing to be able to offer them their own bedroom. Guest rooms also ensure that you have "space to grow" if you're planning on having a family.
  • Library. Book collectors love to have a place to show off their wares, and an in-house library makes a distinguished addition to any home, provided you have the space.
  • Laundry Room . Washers and dryers make a lot of noise when they'...

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