10 Questions With Interior Designer Jill Goldberg

10 Questions With Interior Designer Jill Goldberg

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I want to be intrinsically involved in the interior design projects and potential clients recognize how important the working relationship will be so the brief wait has not been a deterrent which is so reassuring and flattering. 5. What is the most important factor for you when designing a room? Its that initial inspiration point.
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Hamilton interior design store to host open house Saturday

She has offered classes in upholstery and gardening that were very successful for her customers and there are more classes in the planning stage, as is a tour of French flea markets and a Paris auction. Specific tastes mean finding just the right item and Klakken May visits other shops to know what they offer and refers customers to specific places. In the Bitterroot Valley, there are over 20 antique-type shops and a new map listing them will be available in early July. Called Vintage Interiors and Antique (VIA), the map was made by the efforts of Kris Komar and will be distributed to each shop, the Chamber of Commerce, select hotels and specialty places. [The map will help] because a lot of us small shop owners refer people to other shops all the time which I think is really nice a service to the clients. Klakken May also takes her treasurers on the road. She will have a booth at the international horse show at Rebecca Farms in Kalispell, July 24-27, and has been buying items for that sale.
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