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
A built-in arch with recessed lighting and side storage add elegance to this dining room.

Custom-made, built-in furniture may often be more expensive than buying a manufactured product from a store, but there are advantages. The buyer can get just what he or she desires regarding materials, size, shape and style.

"With a built-in, planning and storage solutions can be based on individual needs with maximum use of space," says Serge Gharakhanian, owner of North Lauderdale-based Higher Image, a custom furniture-building company. "We can add custom options like pullouts, drawers, retractable doors and niches for specific pieces of art. If you are planning to stay in the house, you can get exactly what you want and get more value out of the piece."

Quality and appearance are also reasons homeowners opt for built-ins. "There's the aesthetic factor and the beauty of the woodworking," says Montgomery Weaver, owner of Euro Cabinet USA, a custom furniture company in Dania Beach. 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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