Interior designers with the Rave Design Showroom in Red Deer are ready to work with you to help take your visions to reality.

Central Alberta Tile One has a new face – The Rave Design Showroom!

You’ll find the same great people, the same great service at this one-stop shop

What do you get when you take four successful home improvement specialists: Central Alberta Tile One, RAVE Interior Design, Central Alberta Lighting and StoneworX Masonry & Stucco, and gather them under one roof?

An easier way to create your beautiful living space, says Shannon Moench, owner of Central Alberta Tile One. Their Rave Design Showroom in Red Deer offers you a streamlined, 13,500 square-foot superstore, with 55,000-plus product samples and dozens of knowledgeable specialists and other helpful staff who can guide you from start to finish on your project.

Make your vision a reality

“We have more than a dozen interior designers who can walk you through the options and create solutions you’ll be happy with,” Shannon says. “To have to think about all the aspects of a project, it can be very time-consuming. Having all the products and services in one place allows you to go from concept to completion much more quickly than trying to work through everything yourself.”

On top of free access to creative and experienced designers and other trades experts, here’s some other great reasons to visit the Rave Design Showroom:

  • Unprecedented choice Scouring websites can be time consuming. With Central Alberta Lighting and Central Alberta Tile One offering you the largest lighting and flooring showrooms in the region, you’ve got a hands-on, visual way to browse and select from a multitude of styles and products for any budget or size of project. Add to this stonework and masonry, furniture, blinds and drapery, granite and quartz for your countertops, you’ll quickly see why they’re your one one-stop shop.
  • Home improvements made affordable If you see budget as a barrier to creating your dream living space, talk to Rave Design Showroom staff about available financing with affordable monthly payments as a way to get started on your project sooner.
  • Do-it-yourselfers welcome! If you’re able to take on installs yourself, you’ll receive the same level of service as if you were having their professional installers do the work. Staff will go over the necessary product and warranty information to help make your job a success.
  • Supporting Canadian jobs Every opportunity is taken by the Rave Design Showroom to have their products and materials sourced either locally or elsewhere in Canada. “A core value of our company is supporting jobs and families in Red Deer, Central Alberta and across Canada,” Shannon says.

Part of the greater community

The ownership and staff at the Rave Design Showroom not only are dedicated to helping you achieve your vision, they’re passionate about supporting community groups around Red Deer.

The Central Alberta Child Advocacy Centre , the lottery dream home – featuring flooring, tile work, lighting, countertops, blinds, furniture accents and stonework by the Rave Design Showroom – the Dragonfly Children’s Healing Centre and the Red Deer Hospital Lottery are just a few of the local groups and charities they support.

*****

If you’ve visited the Rave Design Showroom, you know what to expect from their great team of experts. If you haven’t, drop by this one-stop shop located in Centre 76 on North Gaetz Avenue. You’ll be glad you did.

You can also follow them on Facebook.

Comments are closed

Just Posted

WATCH: UCP leader Jason Kenney makes stop in Red Deer

A rally was held in the north end of the city Saturday afternoon

Good-bye ice and snow, hello potholes on Red Deer roads

City workers will be spending 20 hours a day on various road repairs

Fog advisory in effect for Red Deer, central Alberta

Heavy fog is affecting visibility for central Alberta drivers Saturday morning. A… Continue reading

Climate change’s impact on outdoor hockey discussed in Red Deer

Red Deer River Watershed Alliance held a forum Friday at the Alberta Sports Hall of Fame

Collision between Red Deer transit bus and truck investigated by RCMP

No one on bus was hurt, truck driver had minor injuries

WATCH: Fashion show highlights Cree designers

The fashion show was part of a Samson Cree Nation conference on MMIW

Montreal priest stabbed during mass leaves hospital; suspect to be charged

MONTREAL — A Catholic priest who was stabbed as he was celebrating… Continue reading

No winning ticket for Friday night’s $35.7 million Lotto Max jackpot

TORONTO — No winning ticket was sold for the $35.7 million jackpot… Continue reading

New report details impact of proposed NS spaceport in event of explosion or fire

HALIFAX — The head of a company proposing to open Canada’s only… Continue reading

Quebec man convicted in Mafia-linked conspiracy deported to Italy

MONTREAL — Michele Torre, a Quebec man convicted in 1996 for his… Continue reading

Republican Karl Rove says conservatives need more than simplistic slogans

OTTAWA — Legendary Republican campaign strategist Karl Rove, known for his no-holds-barred… Continue reading

B.C. hospital’s use as shelter ‘clarion call’ about housing crisis, says mayor

The 10-bed regional hospital that serves the medical needs of 5,000 people… Continue reading

Puddle splashing: A rite of spring

Is there anything more fun than driving through water-filled potholes in the… Continue reading

Special evaluations can help seniors cope with cancer care

Before she could start breast cancer treatment, Nancy Simpson had to walk… Continue reading

Most Read