Landscape Design on the Lafayette River

October 11, 2011 at 5:19 pm 2 comments

U & I has completed an exterior design for a returning client.  I can’t think of anything this designer loves more than a returning client and referrals.  We had a long hard job ahead of us but with lots of planning, researching, sub contractors, and ingenuity the job is almost complete with a few minor details to be worked out.  Of course, with all designs things flux and change once the job begins and quick decisions and solutions can be brought together to please the client.  I am happy to say the clients are thrilled with their new view of the Lafayette.

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  • 1. Toni Shalhoup  |  October 13, 2011 at 2:23 am

    Oh Deborah,
    I know your clients must be thrilled. You always do such a beautiful job, and you are a pleasure to work with. I appriciate the pride you take in your work, and the fact that you keep your clients needs first and foremost. I look forward to working with you on any projects you may have coming in the OBX.
    Take care,

    • 2. uandihomedecoratingandstaging  |  October 13, 2011 at 1:26 pm

      Thank you Toni. I can give you the same compliment. I have sent many visitor’s to your store and they all love it. Looking forward to working on Sea Cloud II. Deborah


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