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Home Office Set-Up: TIPS #7, 8, 9 & 10

Posted in business, home office, and steps to your remodel

Today’s blog post is the final post in our series titled Ten TIPS for Setting up a Small Office, Home Office (SOHO) for Busy Professionals.  In this post we will discuss the final steps in the process:  Numbers Seven: Importance of Ergonomics, Eight: Selecting a Desk & Storage, Nine:  Personalize for…

Home Office Set-Up: TIPS #4, 5 & 6

Posted in business, home office, and small business

Today’s blog post is the second post in our series titled Ten TIPS for Setting up a Small Office, Home Office (SOHO) for Busy Professionals. To help consumer’s navigate through the process of setting up a home office, we suggest they begin with these first four steps featured in our first post on…

Home Office Set-Up: TIPS #1-3 for Busy Professionals

Posted in business, small business, and steps to your remodel

As an interior designer it is our job to educate and assist our clients in creating the space they desire.  In our last series of blog posts we outline the best practices to obtain a beautiful and functional kitchen, in our series titled SIX STEPS to Streamline the (Kitchen Remodel)…

Kitchen Remodel: STEP 6 Construction – Expect the Unexpected

Posted in expansion, small business, and steps to your remodel

Another tough point in the kitchen remodel process for many home owners is transitioning between the planning process with your designer as lead, to the construction phase with the contractor as orchestrator.  An experienced contractor once told me “there are ALWAYS unexpected matters that arise during construction”. Since we cannot…

Kitchen Remodel: STEP 5 Fixture & Finish Selections Streamlined

Posted in steps to your remodel

A challenging point in the kitchen remodel process for many home owners is their Fixture & Finish selections.  We recommend our clients strive to make final selections promptly by completing selections for each key element of their kitchen before moving on to the next.  Indecision will cost you in additional…