[The SCHEELS Design Studio]
The SCHEELS Design Studio is a one-stop-shop for interior inspiration. Boasting custom furniture brands, fabrics, finishes, and two experienced Interior Designers on staff, the SCHEELS Design Studio is a homeowner’s dream.
Unique to SCHEELS Design Studio is the availability to consult Interior Designers in a retail atmosphere. The in-stock variety they offer allows clients a true vision of the space they’re hoping to create. The on-staff Interior Designers value the ability to pull together various fabrics, rugs, pillows, furniture and art pieces to give their clients a more intimate alternative to online shopping.
Morgan Deihl May, a NDSU graduate who’s been with the Design Studio since 2019, noted, “One really nice thing about coming to us is that we have the whole store at our fingertips. It’s all right here, we’re not setting up multiple meetings to go to different vendors.”
Lighthouse Staff involved in Project:
Nowadays, almost everyone is dreaming of the perfect getaway. Something that mixes modern day amenities with a little slice of heaven seemingly hidden from the rest of the world. Enter this stunning prairie “Shouse” design build and you’re bound to start thinking about your own future escape!
When Lighthouse Construction was first approached by the future homeowner, the client shared his personal vision of creating a “Shouse” that would incorporate the dual aspects of both a house and a shed. And by placing the collective talents of Mike Lovelace/Lighthouse project manager, Anna Fast/Designer and Anthony Boehm/Sales Associate together, a “Shouse” was born!
[Sybil Lake, Vergas, Minnesota]
Nestled in on Sybil Lake, lies a family cabin filled with moments and memories in time. The home happens to be the family’s third on Sybil Lake throughout the years. Built back in 2008, a log cabin home was a long-standing dream of the mother of the family, whom wishes to remain anonymous.
With a passion for wood, the father of the family made the log cabin dream come to life for his wife and their children. Working with ResCom Building Services, of Fargo, N.D., they located and utilized white and red pine from Wisconsin for the siding and logs of both the cabin’s interior and exterior. Additionally, the build incorporated tamarack brought in from Park Rapids, Minn., as well as basswood, rustic alder, reclaimed oak, and reclaimed southern yellow pine.
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