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Deep River moves to New Office

Posted On December 9, 2016

Deep River Partners is proud to announce that we’re moving to a new location in December 2016.  Our new office address will be 240 North Milwaukee St, Suite 400, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202, where we will continue to design residences that uplift and enhance lifestyle.  Residing on the top floor of this historic building, built in 1908, we will remain in the vibrant and growing Historic Third Ward.  Our new and larger office space features state of the art presentation amenities including expanded design libraries, virtual home tours, and video conferencing. Should you have any questions about our relocation, feel free to contact us.  Our current office will remain open while we finish construction.  We look forward to seeing and serving you at our brand new location.  Stay tuned for further details.

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Deep River designed home wins 3 NOMMA awards

Posted On July 15, 2016

Congratulations to Custom Metals for winning three Top Job awards from the National Ornamental & Miscellaneous Metals Association (NOMMA) for their beautiful execution of elements within a Deep River designed home.  Custom Metals was lauded for their fabrication of a front gate, a movable fireplace screen that hides a TV, and a floating art sculpture all at a Palm Desert residence.

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Deep River’s 2016 Breast Cancer Showhouse

Posted On May 26, 2016

We are pleased to announce that a Deep River designed home will be Breast Cancer Showhouse for the second year in a row!  The house opens June 4th!  We hope to see you there.

Click here for Milwaukee Journal Sentinel’s coverage of the event

Click here for tickets and more information.

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Virtual Walk Through of Deep River Designed Home

Posted On March 1, 2016

We invite you to take a closer look at this finely detailed French Country Residence on a self guided virtual tour.

Click on the exploded view above and press your mouse to move about the home, taking in all of the details as you look up, down and anywhere you choose!

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High End Home Experts

Posted On February 25, 2016

Deep River’s own Nick Blavat is prominently featured in this month’s M Magazine article “High End Home Treads” offering his expert knowledge.  See it here!

 

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Nature Lovers

Posted On November 20, 2015

Looking to update your bathroom?  Check out Houzz.com’s article Bathroom Trends Splashing Down in 2016″.  Trend #4 features Deep River’s innovative use of natural materials.

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Quality Matters

Posted On September 23, 2015

Find out current residential home trends from our in house expert: interior designer Leslie Dohr.  Her insights are featured in the latest M: Milwaukee’s Lifestyle Magazine

 

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Porch Perfect View

Posted On June 26, 2015

Milwaukee Magazine celebrates a Deep River Partners designed Screen Porch to kick off the summer season.  Enjoy it here.

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Deep River designed pool featured on TV

Posted On June 18, 2015

In case you missed Deep River on HGTV, check out this Cool Pool segment featuring Richard Sherer.

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Entertain Your Guests in Style

Posted On June 5, 2015

Timber-Hill-Exterior-02A few helpful tips when entertaining outdoors…

  • Lighting.  Whether entertaining on your patio during the day or at night, lighting is key.  Ambiance can easily be created by adding candles or strings of lights.  Instead of traditional white lights, try red or blue to set the mood.
  • Décor. Adding vases of flowers or fresh plants sporadically throughout your entertainment space will liven up any area.  Having different arrangements of the same or similar color schemes will tie it all together.
  • Music. Instead of choosing a radio station or putting a mix on repeat, go for the iPod shuffle or turn on your favorite Pandora station.  Set the music loud enough to hear yet soft enough so people can engage in quiet conversation.
  • Food.  Creating the right dishes is key.  Keep it simple and stick to dishes you love. Chances are your guests will love them too.  If you like trying new recipes, prepare it in advance of the party to try it first as opposed to having your guests be your taste testers.
  • Relax.  Don’t spend your time worrying about everything being perfect.  The best hosts know when to be in the kitchen versus spending plenty of time with their guests.  Remember, although everyone will enjoy the lighting, décor, music and food, ultimately, they came to see you.