Bizline: One-stop design shop
Q: What type of business do you operate – what do you sell, or what service do you provide?
A: One-stop shopping for interior design, home staging and renovation. Specializing in affordable custom cabinetry, window treatments, bedding ensembles, furniture, flooring, lighting and finishes
Q: Where are you from, and why did you decide to open your business in Summit County?
A: I have been a resident of Colorado for 14 years. My husband was born and raised in Summit County and we have owned a home in Breckenridge for the past two years.
Q: What experience do you have in this field?
A: I have been in the design industry for the past nine years. I started with a design firm from Evergreen, where I gained experience and knowledge in residential and commercial design. During this time I worked with Denver’s elite, and established relationships with national and international vendors.
Q: What sets your business apart from other similar businesses?
A: The traditional design process can be stressful. Bringing all aspects of design, staging and renovation under one roof, has allowed us to facilitate entire projects, rather than burdening our clients to seek multiple contractors and vendors. We cultivate trusting relationships to ensure that projects are completed on time and on budget. Our goal is to make the design experience positive by listening and interpreting our client’s vision. As designers, we have the resources to open doors to a smaller budget. Just because something is “custom” does not mean that it is not affordable. Whether it be helping a realtor market their property, or creating a space that a family can be excited to come home to, we create a team environment no matter who we are working with.
Q: What types of customers do you hope to reach in Summit County?
A: Realtors, homeowners, builders and architects
Q: Why did you choose to open where you did?
A: Originally from Los Angeles, I chose the mountains to blend City style with Mountain charm.
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