"Built-ins"
Custom creations let buyers choose style, materials
As seen in The Miami Herald, Jan. 23, 2009


Designer: Eloise Kubli, ASID
Text: Jana Soeldner Danger
Photography: Kim Sargent
Publication: The Miami Herald,
Home Guide, Jan. 23, 2009
   
Miami Herald Interior Design Home Guide
This custom bar area was designed and built to meet the homeowners' entertainment needs.

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A large room is not necessary to accommodate a built-in. "A small room can benefit because it becomes more organized, and the space looks bigger," Weaver says.

With built-ins, a homeowner is limited only by imagination and budget. "There are unlimited styles, and species of wood and other materials, as well as endless finish options," Gharakhanian says. "A project that is planned right and built to client specifications will always have more value than one that is bought as is."

Plywood is most often used for construction of the cabinet boxes, drawers, and other interior parts. For the doors, drawer and cabinet fronts, and other visible parts, just about any species of hardwood is an option. "You don't want to use anything soft like pine, because it will dent very easily," Weaver says. continued

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Eloise Kubli is a Professional Member of the American Society of Interior Designers. Arthur Kubli is a General Contractor licensed in Florida and numerous other states. Both Kublis have received numerous industry awards for their work. Established in 1983, Collective Construction & Design, Inc. is proud to be certified by the Women's Business Enterprise National Council as a Women's Business Enterprise.

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