The recent COVID-19 health crisis has temporarily changed the way everyone is conducting their lives. Everyday seems to bring new information and challenges to adapt. We all want to stay safe, healthy, and minimize the potential of spreading this dangerous virus.
As a small business in the midst of a big crisis, Living Design Interiors is making every effort to acclimate so we can reduce (or eliminate) face-to-face contact while still providing services for our clients. Believe it or not, we’re making it work!
Facing the Challenges
Everyday, the news headlines seem to bring more anxiety and panic. Face-to-face contact has dropped substantially. Like many other businesses, we had to adapt.
Of course, we don’t want to put anybody at unnecessary risk. This is why we are following any CDC or other government regulations to ensure the safety of our clients and employees.
As an interior design company, we are juggling many elements to provide the high-quality services our clients need while keeping everyone safe. We are working with our clients remotely to provide ideas and solutions for redesigning homes, space planning, and installation services for home projects. We are also finding ways to complete onsite remodels while keeping social distancing in mind. It’s not easy–even a little tricky–but we’re learning.
Our existing clients are totally on board with remote working and meetings. They have their own personal issues and risks as a result of COVID-19–we are adjusting to their needs.
Is This the Time to Consider a Remodel?
Let’s face it: These days, most people are just struggling to get used to the ever-changing societal norms. Many people are working from home and practicing social distancing. We don’t know how long this will continue.
Those long hours at home, however, may have you considering how to maximize and beautify your space. Living Design Interiors is a full-service interior design firm focusing on bringing style and comfort to commercial and residential areas.
If working remotely is your new reality for the foreseeable future, we may be able to provide some ideas to ease you into the transition.
Keep yourself safe and stay well. And if you have interior design needs, know we are doing everything possible to conduct “business as usual” during a very unusual time.