[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.”
“We make the process streamlined and simple”, commented Leah Martin, who has been with the Design Studio for over 20 years.
Morgan Deihl May, an 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.”
While the renowned window coverings and custom drapery are what people typically think of when they hear "SCHEELS Home and Hardware", their custom furniture brands have flourished in the last year. Their top selling furniture brands are Rowe and Craftmaster, of which they are consistently placing custom orders in addition to the stock they have on the floor.
By appointment, in-store consultations are free of charge. Additionally, Martin and May welcome home visits, which allow them to get a sense of their clients’ personal style and assist with space planning.
Adding to the one-stop-shop that is the SCHEELS Design Studio, is the botanical selection. The team has enhanced their offerings to include an abundance of trees, plants, florals and succulents, adding life to any space.
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