We were delighted to sit down with Andie Lyle from Middleburg Design Company for our first Client Spotlight.
Please give us an overview of Middleburg Design Company.
Middleburg Design Company (MDC), is a unique design center where homeowners creativity and professional experience meet to share ideas in a relaxed environment. MDC is a one-stop source for custom cabinetry & finishings.
What distinguishes MDC from other designers.
At MDC you can discuss ideas with experienced designers, view showroom displays and samples, browse our extensive library of product catalogues, visualize all your selections together, eliminate driving to diverse locations and receive product comparisons and pricing.
From the moment you enter the MDC showroom, our goal is to understand your needs and exceed your expectations. How does MDC do this? Communication.
Whether you want simple and functional or elaborate and decorative – we offer an array of products to complement every style and budget.
Cochran’s Lumber and Millwork is slated to work on a project with MDC called Milestone. Please tell us more about this project and the materials chosen from Cochran’s Lumber.
Milestone is a residential project outside Middleburg, Va, in beautiful Fauquier County. Milestone will feature Cochran’s engineered, pre-finished live sawn white oak with custom chocolate finish, engineered pre-finished antique white oak with custom finish, and premium black walnut flooring.
Why have you selected Cochran’s for past projects and what do you enjoy the most about Cochran’s Lumber?
I have worked with Cochran’s Lumber for several years and especially for this particular project due to their ability to go outside the box and make a floor truly custom to meet our client’s needs. The entire team at Cochran’s is willing to go out of their way to provide customer service from showroom visits to accounting, right down to the delivery. We would absolutely recommend using Cochran’s Lumber for any flooring project!
What is your personal favorite type of hardwood flooring?
I would say Antique Oak distressed for its beauty and durability. It gives any space a certain warmth and dimension and can be used with many types of finishes and styles.