About Us

Fillmore Design Group was founded in 1960 in Oklahoma City by Robert L. Fillmore.  After working with Mr. Fillmore for more than 30 years, Rick L. Chambers purchased the business in 2013 and changed the name to Fillmore and Chambers Design Group.  Mr. Fillmore retired and moved out of state to spend more time with his family. Over the years, the firm has grown in size to 12 experienced designers and draftsmen.

“Our designs are often characterized by their European influence, by massive brick gables and by high-flowing, graceful roof lines,” comments Robert Fillmore. “We spend considerable time on detail, particularly brick detail, and we often place a fireplace with decorative brick patterns along the front facade for focus and interest. In fact, this attention to detail extends inside the home and pays off in terms of handsome, finely wrought moldings, cornices, and other interior detailing.”

“Each plan is done in our office by one of our experienced designers under close supervision and is checked and rechecked for accuracy before leaving the office,” explains Fillmore. “Each plan is carefully thought out down to the smallest detail by our Design Group. We pay attention to such items as traffic flow, open rooms with tall ceiling heights and window openings, while at the same time thinking of furniture placement and wall space. We try to allow plenty of storage areas, large kitchens with good work patterns, luxurious and exciting master baths and spacious master bedrooms. We feel a lot of glass area to the rear will help bring in the beauty of the outdoors.”

Fillmore and Chambers Design Group belongs to the National Association of Home Builders. The company’s work has been featured in Professional Builder, Country Living, Garlinghouse Planbooks and Houseplanners Dreamhomes. Since the mid eighties the company has displayed designs at the National Association of Home Builders Convention, where it has established an excellent rapport with builders and developers from all over the United States.

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