We are excited to announce we were featured in a video series by Forbes about small business! We had the honor of working with them to produce two videos.
Expert business consultant Alexandra Levit interviewed us and gave us invaluable business advice. Thank you to CanonUsa for sponsoring the series and to WeWork for recommending us and providing space to film!
Here is the first-
Managing Client Expectations
How To Grow Your Small Business Without Outgrowing Yourself
It was such a great experience being able to share our work process and we hope you enjoy the videos!
Today we will share with you more progress on our project in Weston, Massachusetts. To see our previous post about this residence and get caught up please click here.
As we continue to track the process of construction of our Beacon Hill project, we will start today by sharing with you the gutting and reframing of the existing home. To see our before/after shots of this project for an overview of the work done please click here.
We quickly learned that the existing floors of the home were in disrepair. They were sloped in various directions and it would have been extremely difficult to guarantee proper installation of the elevator. The floors were removed, new joists were installed, and we were off and running.
Excavation required for elevator pit.
Clients often ask me what the best uses for different fabrics are and how to properly care for them. So let’s start off with linen.
Linen has a great hand (or feel) to it and can be used for upholstery or draperies. It is one of the oldest textiles around with evidence of its use going back thousands of years. It is primarily produced in Western Europe, namely Belgium, Italy, and Ireland. Linen is produced from fibers derived from the flax plant and is very labor intensive to produce, hence it can be a more expensive option.