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Terri Sheldon
· December 2, 2017
Thanks to Dana King and everyone at NPS I have the home of my dreams. I felt that from our first meeting Dana and Josh understood exactly what I wanted. Shopping with Dana was so much fun. She provide...d terrific guidance, but the final decision was always mine. EVERYONE who worked in my house was professional and committed to the project, but also very personable. It was a pleasure to have them in my home. I can't say enough good things about this company. NPS you are the BEST. See More
Pam Davis
· December 16, 2016
I want to shout from the rooftops how amazing Dana King of Next Studio is! I highly recommend her and her talented team for any and ALL of your design, construction and remodel needs. She is promp...t, reliable, helpful, quick to respond to calls and email, follows through quickly with tasks, keeps her promises and is so clever and talented. She is so fun to work with too– I guarantee you’ll be keeping her as a lifelong friend! She has been so instrumental in helping us update our home – now we walk through our home smiling and IN LOVE because of everything she did to help us.

Our relationship started years ago with a bathroom remodel for our 20 year old home. We didn’t know what we wanted, but we knew things weren’t working for us and the room felt stale, out of date and “builder grade.” Dana asked some questions to help us zero in on what we loved and didn’t like about our existing bathroom then gave advice and somehow guided us into the perfect decisions--THEN she made sure every little detail was executed perfectly. (Just a note: Her team is as talented as she is!) Our new bath room is amazing—so awesome in fact, that we couldn’t wait to ask her to help a year later with the next area of our home we wanted to update: the living room and dining room.

The second time working with her was just as smooth and enjoyable as the first – she suggested we look through Houzz and set up a little notebook with things we liked (that was easy and fun!) and then somehow she looked through our mishmash of ‘likes’ and made the perfect plan! (How does she do that?) From the minute she presents her ideas you will be jumping up and down with excitement because it’s just want you want but you didn’t know it!

Another thing we love about Dana is she is considerate of our budget…we don’t want our projects to look cheap or have poor quality furnishings, but at the same time she helped us not to waste money.

Clearly I can’t recommend this gal enough! J Please contact me if you have any questions about Next Studio and Dana Kings “5 Star and Beyond” service and talent!
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Michelle Burghart
· January 15, 2017
Well, I can't say enough about how much we love our new home because of Dana and her talented and friendly professionals of NPS. She truly made our house a home. Our kitchen remodel, new hardwood and ...porcelain tile floors, carpet and laundry room all turned out very chic yet family-friendly. I was pregnant throughout the entire project and I had our precious baby girl right after the job was completed (as promised)! Never did I feel vulnerable with the NPS crew in the house. They are truly a class act company, and I highly recommend them. Until the next project... See More
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When Dave's around, sparks fly! 😁💥 #valentinesday #corny #seewhatididthere?

Our team is excited to attend this inspiring event celebrating design. You are all invited! We hope to see you.

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We are rock'n it!

Today we went rock hunting with our client for their bathroom remodel. We visited Brentwood Supply. Our vanity and tub will be surrounded by river rock. The photos of bathrooms are projects we saved to our idea book on Houzz and inspired our design. Stay tuned to see this concept revealed in our rock'n master bath!

We invite your thoughts. Do you like this look? Where can you see rocks in your home?


The team here is excited to create a zen-inspired bathroom with the central feature being a wood tub. The price is very affordable for the custom-sized tub made to fit exactly as our client would like. We love the feel of the warm wood. The manufacturer (actually craftsmen!) have perfected the wood tub to be as durable as standard tubs. This may be our newest favorite thing! What do you think?

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We are proud to receive this award for seven consecutive years. Thank you to our wonderful crew and partners who work to create remodeling experiences worthy of this award.. Thank you to our clients who put faith in us and inspire us. We will work hard to keep our focus on you!

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We are talking about paneled headboards, are they here to stay or are they trendy? Read what we and other designers are saying. What is your opinion?

For our October design issue, we asked local design professionals to share their opinions on wall-panel headboards. Here is what they had to say. Classic “Wall-paneled headboards are a classic trend. They are very popular in todays streamlined home, but we have seen them in different forms in the pa...

Is 3D printing used in remodeling? Why yes! Take a look at our custom drain taking shape. Rande Hackman of Architectural Elements is working with us to create a drain that picks up on the motif in the accent wall tile. Before the metal fitting is fabricated, Rande wanted to test his design. The orange piece you see is the 3D printed piece. Rande put this in place with putty and turned on the water to test it. He took notes from the test and will refine the design. Stay tuned, we are excited to show you the finished bathroom!

You can curate art! Yes, you! You can have an art collection that you display proudly on your walls! Don't believe us? Let the professionals show you the way!

Curating an art collection is more than an intense auction over a masterpiece; it’s a hobby anyone looking to breathe originality into their home can enjoy.

Thank you, Ladue News, for sharing our passion for Universal Design! Check out the feature article:

St. Louis-based Next Project Studio uses universal design to transform houses into livable and lovable homes for all ages.

You already know your Hogwarts house Now take a truly helpful quiz to help determine your interior design style! 🛋️🛁

We narrowed things down a bit for you with our Style Dictionary, but that, too, may have been a bit much. So we made it even easier with our style quiz!

We've got another Style Featurette for you to sink your interior design teeth into! This time, we're delving deep into International style (and it's not what you think)! Check it out, and tell us what you think: too sparse or right up your alley?

International style, a subsect of Modern style, focuses on an austere, industrial aesthetic.

We've got another Style Featurette for you to sink your interior design teeth into! This time, we're delving deep into International style (and it's not what you think)! Check it out, and tell us what you think: too sparse or right up your alley?

International style, a subsect of Modern style, focuses on an austere, industrial aesthetic.

Congrats Kim Zimmer of AUTCOhome Appliances, on being on the front cover of Builder News for Home Builders Association of St. Louis and Eastern Missouri! Lookin' sharp!

Tight bathroom? No problem: create a wet room! Check out our blog to learn more about this rising trend.

A design that allows a shower and a freestanding tub in the same glassed area? Ingenious.

Bamboo materials are the latest bone of contention in St. Louis Homes & Lifestyles Magazine's Classic or Craze segment. Check it out to see what Dana King thinks, but we're curious: what do YOU think?

For our May Earth issue, we asked local design professionals if bamboo materials in the house are a classic or a craze. Here is what they had to say.

Some people create the great works of their lives using their minds: they heal bodies, equalize civil disputes, or write books. Other people create their great works using their hands: they build the hospitals where doctors heal their patients; they build the courthouses where judges settle divides; they build the homes where authors curl up with their notebooks.

The trades are a valuable, necessary pursuit; they should not be discounted as a lesser option to college. Society relies on the skills of tradesmen to build our civilizations.

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