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Breckenridge is home to some of the most gorgeous properties in the entire state of Colorado. Whether they’re older rustic homes or newer modern installations, those beautiful home exteriors must be matched by cozy and comfortable interior spaces. Sooner or later, the interior design of your Breckenridge property will need to be updated. How do you know when your home is in need of an interior design upgrade? We’ve handled our fair share of projects in Breckenridge for interior design and we’ve come across a few common reasons that homeowners seek out the support of a design professional.

Monday, 20 April 2020 17:01

Interior Design in a Contact-Free World

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As things change and we slowly start to emerge from this time of uncertainty, we are as eager as you and your family are to get your projects back on track. My message to you today is that moving forward, our priority is still your safety. We are here to respect not only the state's guidance, but your feelings of security as well.

We've got you covered.

When I started my business over 7 years ago, I started it in my bedroom, on an adorable little antique writing desk that I had personally stripped, stained, and refinished.  It was me, my iPad (didn't even have a laptop yet), and my dreams.

Flash to now and I have one small studio space that I share with another designer, and I often still land into my work from my laptop at the kitchen table or from the comfort of our feathered sectional with the dog, Scout, keeping my toes nice and warm.  Though now with my self-quarantine I am solely at home, which is like discovering new territory all over again.

What makes it even more unique is that my boyfriend has also been directed to work from home.  This is new territory for both of us, sharing our small yet gorgeous city condo for all hours of the day. (insert panic emoji here)

Fear not, I am here to help you get through this!  I have a few tricks up my sleeve that you might not have heard yet.  And they don't involve telling you to stick to your "normal routine."  Because let's face it - there is nothing "normal" about this.  

If you are single, or working from home alone for the first time, this might be really hard and lonely for you.  So read on, because I am saving my best tip for last on that front.