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Ever wondered what DKOR is working on right now? Well, if you’re subscribed to our newsletter, you may have already heard the exciting news: our new portfolio page with all the details of our ongoing residential design projects is live!
We love sharing our design process with you! That’s why we have a dedicated design process category on our DKOR Living Blog. But now, our portfolio will let you in on our dream home projects so much more. We’ve made it easy for you to find the inspiration you’re looking for with three sections: a page dedicated to our in-progress interior design projects (you’ll find mostly renderings here!), a page where you can explore our completed residential projects, and a page where you can discover inspiration by room.
Keep reading to explore more of our in-progress dream homes:
From the very beginning, our Miami design team has worked with builders and architects to create these dream homes for our clients. We tailor every element of the homes to suit the clients’ tastes and fit their lifestyles.
Get the inside scoop on our current high-end projects, including an ultra-luxurious 16,500-square-foot spec home in Palm Beach, a minimalist waterfront retreat in Miami Beach, and oceanfront properties in Fort Lauderdale.
International Design Projects
We’re taking our designs across the world! Right now, we’re working our magic on a modern mountainside home in the Caribbean; a luxurious penthouse in Mexico City’s most exclusive neighborhood, Polanco; and a new construction in stunning Monterrey, Mexico.
Condo Interior Design
The DKOR interior design team is designing and decorating luxury apartments in the coterie of Miami’s new high-rise condo buildings, from Sunny Isles to Brickell.
Complete Home Makeovers
Our top interior designers are transforming the interiors of these grand Florida homes. They now showcase a unique style, reflective of each client’s personality, where once there was a home that didn’t suit its residents.