Weatherford Democrat


September 15, 2013

Going for two


The building on N. Main St. acts as more of a showroom for the design firm. Danny Lee says many of the items are items that are high quality but weren’t used on design jobs.

“We have three full storage units just full of things we were going to use on jobs but simply didn’t. Either the client didn’t want it or it was just too much,” Danny Lee said.

Danny Lee originally started out wanting to be an architect at the University of North Texas but eventually gave in to his love for interior design, much like famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright. Lee said Wright was actually an interior designer with an architectural background.

The Lees can do anything from one or two rooms to a complete home redesign. The pair are also trying to get a home management business started, which would include managing everything, including the changing of light bulbs for homeowners.

the brothers would also like to open an art gallery in Weatherford sometime in 2014.

For more information on S7C, which is open Wednesday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., contact the Lees at 599-3075.

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