Crimson Design Group Relocates Downtown
Tucked into Pearl Alley, just off Gay Street might seem like a location that’s a bit off the beaten path for an interior design firm, but Cheryl Beachy is exactly where she wants to be. Her company, Crimson Design Group recently relocated their office from Merion Village to Downtown when they outgrew their old space.
“I wanted to be in an environment that encourages young entrepreneurship and is part of a bigger community,” said Beachy. “I love the changes that have been done on Gay Street, and it’s these changes which have really created that ‘big city’ feel in Columbus.”
Founded in 2003, Crimson Design Group is an interior design firm that specializes in both residential and commercial layouts. “We do complete interior design for retail spaces, as well as merchandising and buying products for retail inventory,” said Beachy.
“We specialize in working with our clients’ ideas and lifestyles in order to execute the overall design,” Beachy continued. “Our goal is to provide our clients with a style that they love and that expresses who they are.”
Crimson Design Group recently completed design projects for several new luxury rental communities in Columbus including Alexander Square, Kenyon Square, and Mercer Square.
For those looking to revamp their existing spaces, Crimson Design Group has a variety of services that can help assist the design-impaired. “We do space planning, color consultation, remodeling projects, custom window treatments, furniture selections, accessorizing and everything in between,” said Beachy.
“Additionally, we are launching a new division of Crimson Design that offers suite packages for luxury rentals and condo homeowners,” said Beachy. “Packages are starting from $3000 per room which includes furnishings for living rooms, bedrooms, dining rooms and fully furnished kitchens.”
Beachy cites the recent closing of several furniture stores in Columbus as the impetus for launching this new service. “It’s made it difficult to find affordable furniture and other resources for home living,” she said. “But without the large overhead that many retail stores have, we are able to offer these packages at a great price.”
Recent studies have shown that retail options are lacking downtown, so at a time when traditional furniture stores have been closing, it is encouraging to see new entrepreneurial businesses stepping in to fill their shoes and offer new services to consumers. “I want to be part of the change, growth, and energy that is happening here and look forward to contributing to the future growth and new energy in downtown Columbus,” said Beachy.
For more information, visit CrimsonDesignGroup.com.