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Elements of Design expands Scottsdale showroom
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Feb '08
Elements of Design, a full-service interior design studio based in Scottsdale, Ariz., with stunning residential projects scattered across the United States, announced the launch of nationwide commercial interior design services, spearheaded by owner and lead designer Lina Quintero.

The commercial services will target hotels, restaurants, private medical/dental offices, professional service offices and commercial businesses. To accommodate the growth, Elements of Design has added almost 20 percent of additional square footage to their showroom, which was already one of the largest product showrooms in Arizona.

“By expanding to almost 7,500 square feet, we have increased our inventory of furniture and décor items, and our warehouse space,” said Lina Quintero, Elements of Design owner and lead designer. “We offer a significant trade discount to interior designers, who love to shop here for truly unique items, and having such a large showroom simplifies and accelerates the design timeline because appropriate materials are immediately accessible to our in-house design staff.”

In support of their environmentally friendly practices, the entrance to the new space is a set of reclaimed European double-doors. The hand-painted minute details on the nine-foot-tall doors are extraordinary; lending a unique charm and beauty to the showroom.

The doors were recently rescued from a 100-year-old apartment in Paris, France, and brought to the United States. Quintero stated, “Reclaimed materials and antiques are the ultimate green recycling opportunity because they bypass the need for manufacturing new materials.” Just inside the doors, visitors are greeted with a creative display of sophisticated “eco chic” products and materials, including wall and floor coverings, paint, surface materials and upholstery fabric.

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