Midwest Living Review
If you're in the market for upscale design products and services, you'll want to pay a visit to the new state-of-the-art Indiana Design Center. Anchoring the bustling and eclectic Arts and Design District, the 80,000-square-foot Indiana Design Center is the product of a partnership between Pedcor Design Group and the city of Carmel. The leasing process is underway and when complete, the center will house a premier collection of resources to serve the needs of designers, colleagues and customers.Whether you're a homeowner in the market for new bath fixtures or a professional designer looking for the ideal environment in which to showcase your services, the IDC is at your service. The first floor is full of retail showrooms and shops open to the general public (take a breather to relax over a cup of coffee in the Blu Moon Cafe); the second floor is all trade space dedicated to the design community, complete with a resource library, office suites and flex space for meetings and continuing ed classes. Need some expert advice? All you have to do is ask: The Designer on Call service provides free on-the-spot consultation with one of the resident professionals.For more information and a list of IDC tenants, visit www.indianadesigncenter.com.