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“I just nailed down a 34k fee with a 68k minimum expenditure project and a 129k cabinet sale not in the minimum!!!!!! Thank you for helping me figure out the processes and systems in the design work to solidify this project!!
Why getting a plan before you begin a remodel or design project is so important!
What is the process? To us, the key to a good outcome in a project is- To have a cohesive plan! This means the plan
The extraordinary ordinary. Or, how relevant peculiarities can create design curiosity.
Since is my birthday week -I thought maybe fun to tell you a couple of rando things about me. (could be “fun” or could make
While our young shop only has two moms at the moment, we love celebrating the moms in our “global village”! This year we did a
How to build an interior design team
( adapted from my article in July issue of Home Accents Magazine) Many designers and small retailers are pivoting fast and furiously to answer the
Why interior design transparency is a myth
There are so many interior design myths I could write a complete dissertation. I often wonder where the some of this “advice” comes from and
Why worker Compensation insurance is important for interior designers
It is time. Are you considering your business expenses for 2021? As I sit here working on year end projections and sales goals, —and expense