Orlando Interior Design and Decorating
Florida Living Quarters provides Interior Design, Interior Decorating, Custom furniture, Custom Window Treatments incuding Custom Blinds, Custom Draperies, and Interior Shutters for the Orlando, Florida area.
Interior Design Orlando: Recent Projects
- Modern commercial interior design project in downtown Orlando which includes space planning, kitchen re-design and a custom saltwater reef tank.
- Contemporary residential interior design and interior decorating project in the Thorton Park area of Orlando.
- 6500 sqft Luxury residential interior design and remodel in the south Orlando area.
At FLQ our designers answer plenty of inquires from discerning clients looking for interior design and interior decorator inspirations. We offer in home or business as well as showroom consultations to provide valuable solutions
About the Neighborhood Thornton Park - " It is designed to be explored on foot." Its brick streets, shaded by stately live oaks, are lined with architecturally interesting restored houses, hip urban lofts, trendy storefronts and alfresco restaurants. Ideally located within a short walk to Downtown Orlando's Business District. Add to that combination the nearby Lake Eola Park with its extensive green space, and you have a very inviting neighborhood.
Neighborhood retail occupants run the gamut from Zou Zou, a boutique women's store with hip accessories, to day spas, doggie accessories store and a gelato shop. Along central avenue and Lake Eola you'll find a bookstore, a neighborhood gourmet grocery and the Art Angels Flower Market, where shelves are packed with eclectic appointments for the home, gift baskets and other fun curios.
At the corner of Summerlin and Central is Hue, Orlando's most talked-about eatery. Featured on Conde Nast Traveler's 2003 Hot List. Next door to Hue is Shari Sushi Lounge, which by showcasing the best sushi in Orlando and the sexiest staff has made this lounge the new "see and be seen" spot in town.
Other popular spots in the five-block urban area include Anthony's Pizza, Wildside's Barbecue and Dexter's. For a cup of Joe, it's the Coffee House of Thornton Park.
And a visit to Thornton Park would not be complete without a stop at Lake Eola Park, the centerpiece of Downtown Orlando. The park, dotted with cypress and oak trees, is home to a jogging path, benches, fountains and a playground. Here folks can embark on a swan-boat adventure and paddling around the lake, or explore the water in a Venetian-style "gondola," steered by your own gondolier. An amphitheater on the west side of the park plays host to stage shows and is home to the Orlando-UCF Shakespeare Festival's productions in the spring.