Here at Gordon’s we knew we were creating a home away from home for terminally ill family members. That is why our designer took meticulous care during the design process. Selecting fabrics, and products that would evoke strong feelings of ‘home.’
Our designer, along side the project manager, created window decor that offered superior light control with amazing ease. Wood blinds by Graber, underneath the two-toned drapery (in an anti-microbial fabric) with fabric by Samelson Chatelane.
“Opened in 2016, the 21-room house offers the feeling of home with a large living room, open kitchen, and spacious resident rooms. The latest technology and essential medical and supportive equipment is integrated within the design and invisible to residents and visitors creating a warm and comfortable environment. Care is provided in the privacy of your room which includes a fully accessible bathroom and shower.” – Courtesy of McClure Miller Respite