Interior Designer Libertyville & Mundelein
Design Consultations • Home Furnishings • Custom Renovations
Are you ready to update the interior of your house? Choosing the “right materials” can save you time & money. Achieve your “dream home” with the help of a seasoned interior designer! We’ve been providing Interior Design products and services in Libertyville, Mundelein, Ivanhoe, Diamond Lake and it’s surrounding communities since 1991!
Expert and Friendly Interior Design, Furniture
& Home Remodeling Services
– Popular Home Design Consultations –
Kitchen & Bathroom Design
Consultations cover Space Planning, Material Selections, Building & Finishing Touches.
Real Estate – Buying & Selling
We’ll provide you with a Design Plan that prioritizes “eye sores” and lists solutions to maximize the value of your home.
Full Service Interior Design Options
Design – Furnish – Build – Manage
What’s your home improvement goal?
Are you ready to paint your home, update your furnishings or remodel?
A great “start” to any home renovation is with a “Design Plan”.
Interior Design Consultations
Interior Design Consultations are meetings that focus on important home improvement decisions. Each appointment is set up with a pre-planned agenda that is based on your goals. Whether the intention is to update Paint Colors, Modernize Furnishings or Remodel a Room, the Consultation is a great way to start the process!
Home Furnishing Plans
Are you ready to modernize your furnishings? If so, we’ll provide you with fantastic options. Items we choose for you, fit into your budget. Your space will be evaluated and existing furniture that will stay in your home will be included in your Design. Based on your needs, we’ll present you with various options. For instance, items like furniture, window treatments, rugs, artwork and other home accessories may be suggested. In addition, custom fabrics and finishes will be selected for you to create a beautiful look.
When it comes to Home Remodeling, you have options. Have you begun your project, and need help with Material Selections? Let’s talk about a Consultation. We can solve that problem for you! Are you looking for someone to Design & Build your Kitchen or Bathroom? Do you need contractors for your Basement Renovation or Home Addition? We provide completely managed Design and Build services.
Kitchen Design & Renovation
Questions? Give Us a Call! 815-479-0047
How Do You Begin Working With DF Design?
We’ll Begin with a Consultation – A Meeting Customized to fit your Home Improvement Needs
Design Consultation fees vary because the size and scope of project is different. Once we speak with you, we’ll be able to let you know how we can help you. Call us at 815-479-0047.
The phone consultation is friendly and FREE. We’ll discuss your plans to update your home, and answer any questions you have.
Great experience from the very start! Our focus was the living room but expanded the project to make some updates throughout the first floor. My family loves the updated look and feel. Design and implementation went very well. Update included new lighting, baseboards, painting, carpeting, window treatments, and new pieces of furniture and artwork. Results were of high quality and workers were professional and courteous. We liked Dennis’ style to design and managing the project.
Design Plans are Created According to Your Needs
We offer complete Interior Design Services! Whether you’re ready for Fresh Paint Colors, Furnishings or Remodeling, we can help you with a beautiful Design Plan. Consultations are one of our most popular services!
We’ve been providing Interior Design & Home Renovation products and services in Libertyville, Mundelein and surrounding communities for over 25 years. Our design services are a great investment. You can opt for “Hourly Design Consultation” or “Fully Managed Home Renovation” services – it’s up to you!
The village of Libertyville is located in Lake County, Illinois, about 39 miles north of Chicago. The town was established in 1829, and it’s first recorded resident was George Vardin. According to history, Vardin took residence in a log cabin that would later be the town’s first Post Office. In 1895, a fire destroyed the majority of Libertyville’s downtown. To avoid future disasters, the village board mandated that brick be used for reconstruction. As a result, the architecture of the downtown is unified by both period and building material. In 1997, Libertyville was honored with a Great American Main Street Award by the National Trust for Historic Preservation. In addition, in 2012, Libertyville received the Lt. Governor’s Award for Excellence for it’s drive to promote local merchants.
Cook Mansion – 413 North Milwaukee Avenue, Libertyville, IL 60048
The most prominent building in Libertyville is the Cook Mansion. It was built in 1879 by Ansel Brainerd Cook who was a teacher and stonemason. In addition, Cook was also known as an influential Chicago builder and politician. Cook used the two-story Victorian mansion as his summer home and horse farm. In his will, he donated the home for use as the Public Library. The building received a major Neoclassical renovation that converted it into a library and opened to the public in 1921. Today, the home functions as a museum operated by the Libertyville-Mundelein Historical Society.
Adjacent to Libertyville, is the town of Mundelein, Illinois. Incorporated in 1909, the village grew from a small farming community into a vibrant township. Peter Shaddle was the first known settler. The log cabin he built was located on the grounds of what is now St. Mary of the Lake Seminary. As the town expanded, the Diamond Lake area was established. Mundelein changed names several times throughout history. The original name was “Merchants Grove”. Later it was changed to “Holcomb, after John Holcomb, an important local business man. In 1909, the town incorporated under the name of “Rockefeller”, after railroad magnate John Rockefeller. Shortly after, it became “Area”, after an acronym used by a successful school. Finally, in 1924, the Village changed it’s name to “Mundelein” in honor of Cardinal George Mundelein of Chicago, who purchased the property and authorized construction of St. Mary’s of the Lake Seminary.
Old Village Hall – 440 E. Hawley Street, Mundelein, IL 60060
As a “thank you” gift for naming the Village after him, Cardinal Mundelein gave the community a 1925 Stoughton fire truck. Needing a location to store the vehicle, the Village raised $36,000 to build a permanent Old Village Hall. Once completed, the building housed the Mayor’s office, Village offices, Police Department, Fire Department and “Old #1”, the fire truck. An open area on the second floor served as a banquet hall and community room for residents. The building was used by the Village until 2014.