It’s In the Details: Cabinetry

It’s In the Details Cabinetry We can really empathize with our clients knowing that the terms and uses of certain design elements are not second nature to them. If these things aren’t taught or used on a regular basis, how could they? It is overwhelming! Especially when there is a budget involved. Some details equate…
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Samples to Solutions

With so many options available, design with tile can be very overwhelming. Looking at sample after sample and without being able to see it on a larger scale can make the dilemma worse. That is where we come in! We can help turn your ideas into a reality that you will love. Here are some…
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Coastal Farmhouse Cabin

The Coastal Farmhouse Cabin was built just a few miles away from this DIYers farmstead as his “summer retreat” on Lake Eunice. He is a local farmer and true craftsman. Mixing the best of his worlds, he took his dream and with our help, he made it into a reality. We have yet to have…
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Cabiny Feel

Cabiny Feel When this sweet client came into the showroom to look at our kitchen products she had such a fun mindset. She knew what she didn’t want, which was contemporary style with white cabinetry because that is what is in her Fargo home, but she was open to exploring options to make her and…
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This is not a drill, pun intended. Work with us.

Post Covid everywhere you look there are ‘now hiring’ ads and signs. The common job descriptions list up to 5 must-haves with up to 5 characteristic traits. I wonder if the people who apply go to look at the ad and think – “I don’t fit one of those five so I can’t apply.” How…
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Snowbirds Fly Home

Not Just Another White Kitchen We had a couple of snowbirds walk into the showroom one afternoon looking to remodel their kitchen. Hitting it off immediately, we picked out the key pieces to their kitchen renovation within an hour. We didn’t know at the time how large of a remodel it was going to be.…
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Paint Color Go-To’s

When I first started at Center of Design I was so pumped to work with ladies who are kind, funny, and genuine. I knew for sure we would be a force to be reckoned with and it just so happened that we are all blue-eyed blondies. Don’t laugh! But I made us a logo one…
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Not Your Joanna Gaines Shiplap

Paneling has come in and out of style over the years. Different patterns, styles, and colors, too. What started as a construction element has now turned into a design one. I wonder what our ancestors would think. Shiplap can be used in multiple fashions, however, our favorite and least laborious is covering the popcorn ceiling.…
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Color Theory

Color Theory Click here for the full issue!
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