May 23, 2017


In: Interior Design


It’s hard to believe we have been in our new space at the Decorative Center for a little over a year.  Where does the time go?  We have thoroughly enjoyed the convenience of being surrounded by unlimited design sources and support.  Each of our talented Lucas/Eilers designers contributed to the layout and design of our new office which has resulted in a functional space that perfectly suits our day-to-day needs.Hand forged L/E logo: James Dawson Design

Fabric on Sofa: Holly Hunt | Pillow Fabric: Holland & Sherry | Corner Sofa and Tables: Designer’s Furniture ManufacturingRolling Ladder: Putnam Rolling Ladder Co. | Floors: Custom Floors Unlimited | Plaster Walls in Entry and Hallway: Segreto Finishes |  Art: Gremillion Fine Art 

We designed shelving to line the hallway which houses books and catalogs we have collected over the years and use regularly for inspiration.  They also serve as a temporary home for interesting objects we find in our favorite shops and from antique dealers we discover on our travels.  The diagonal pattern of the hand-scraped walnut floors help to visually expand the narrow space.Banquette with End Table: Designer’s Furniture Manufacturing | Table Tops: James Dawson Design | Table Bases: Iron Accents | Chairs: Aidan Gray | Pillow Fabric: Rule of Three

Flooring: Walker Zanger | Cabinets: Bentwood | Counters/Backsplash: Cosentino | Appliances: K & N Appliances | Sink and Faucet: Hollywood Hardware

The break room has a built-in banquet and two bistro tables and chairs that create a perfect space for both lunch and informal meetings. The finishes were selected by the L/E group and we worked with some of our favorite vendors on the project. We enjoyed the beautiful cabinetry that Bentwood designed for our office on Augusta for over 20 years and are delighted with their cabinets in our new space.

David Cotton fabricated our custom supply cabinet using antique shutters that we found at Round Top. We also reused antique sliding doors from our previous office for the conference rooms. The function and efficiency of the spaces were a big priority, and we have been delighted with the organization and ease of locating samples and supplies. We hope you will stop by to see us sometime soon.


“Design is both a blessing and a curse…because to do great work, we must be obsessed. It is our calling.”  

Janice Feldman, CEO of JANUS et Cie


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