Meet Ame & LuLu

Yesterday, after completing a furniture installation at their Newton, MA office, the happy staff at Ame & LuLu gifted me one of their beautiful designer bags and I couldn’t be more pleased. It was great fun working with Amye Kurson and her staff, which included their adorable terrier mascot Winston, and seeing all those unique […]

Removing the Obstacles for Your Tenants Move

You’re a commercial property manager trying to nail down a new client to lease space in your building. The competition is fierce at this location and you’re competing with several other firms to win this lease. The answer- make the clients move feel seamless by taking away the obstacles. – Inventory the clients current furnishings. […]

Mom, He Won’t Stop Staring at ME!

When you’re in your office, do you sometimes feel transported back in time- to the rear seat of your parent’s station wagon with your annoying younger brother staring at you on that whole long ride to Lake Winnipesaukee? When cubicles walls are too low for comfort workers can feel overwhelmed by peripheral noise and distractions. […]

You Mean I Have To Put This Together Myself?!

Savvy office managers and facilities buyers are more cost conscience then ever. Price per unit is king when it comes to purchasing facility furnishings. With literally hundreds of online shops, one can click twenty office chairs right into a virtual shopping cart in seconds. And sure enough, two weeks later, box upon box of product […]

Howdy Partner

How can your Property Management company gain an edge with a prospective tenant when your building resides in the same locale, offers similar amenities as well as the same stellar maintenance, parking and grounds as your competitors building next door? The simple answer- make the logistics of the client’s move’s less stressful by offering furniture […]

Lighten Up

Remember the entertainment centers we all spent hundreds if not thousands to buy years ago, but would have to pay to have someone haul away now. All the rage in the eighties and nineties, these units organized our VHS tapes, components, etc. and at the time these heavy hitters seemed like a good idea. When […]

A Color By Any Other Name…

When I was a girl, nothing thrilled me more than opening a new box of 64 count Crayola’s; their perfect points, the smell of wax wafting out of the box heavy in my little hands; then taking out each crayon and struggling to read its given name- like Sienna, a desert mountain brown or Maize, […]