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LCID is a full service Interior Design firm located at 1116 Lake Oconee Parkway in Eatonton, Georgia. We offer a full range of products from furniture and window treatments to the accessories that finish a room. Here are some of the benefits from choosing LCID to assist with your design needs:


Step by step guidance from our designers with your selections, and we install at no additional cost.


Name brand furniture at deeply discounted costs due to our special vendor relationships.


A wide selection of private labeled fabrics and wallpapers from leading manufacturers --  discounted every day..

Our Step by Step Design Process

1. Conduct a Complimentary On-Site Consultation.  We begin the creative journey with an informal discussion of your lifestyle so that we can pinpoint your personal preferences and needs.

2. Create an Inventory List. Following our initial meeting, LCID will put together a list of additional selections of furniture and accessories to complement your home or we can construct an entire package of completely new options which you can consider for a more dramatic change.

3. Provide a Design Plan Package.  No “surprise” scenarios! We provide each client with a portfolio or CD of furniture, accessory, and window treatment options for your  consideration to complete your decorating project.


Deborah Dukes,  Allied ASID


Deborah attended the University of Georgia where she majored in accounting before finding her true passion in interior design.  She began a tour of study at the American Institute of Design in Paris, France. 

With over 25 years experience as an award winning Interior Design Professional, Deborah has consulted with clients that have a variety of needs.  She works from Space Planning and Color Selection to Furniture and Accessory Placement for law firms, hotels, accounting firms, advertising agencies, banks, hotels, clubhouses, and bed and breakfast inns. Deborah has had the honor of being chosen to create the model homes for several planned communities such as Georgia Club, Madison Lakes and Phoenix Shores.

 Her residential experience includes all types of projects ranging from modest vacation getaways to estate homes and resort living.   Homes that she designed were featured during the Reynolds Tours in 2003 and 2005.  Magazines have taken notice, as well, with feature articles about Deborah and Lake Country Interior Design in the Augusta Magazine in May of 1998, Lake Oconee Living in May of 2002, and Southern Distinction in October of 2007.