Tuesday, April 24, 2012

New Things to Come!

Hello to all, after quite an absence.  When I am busy with clients the blogging goes on hiatus.  This is good and bad- good that business is taking up my time, but bad that I don’t have the time for blogging! 

Last week and this week look to be “breather weeks” where business duties are concerned, but that good/bad scenario rears its head again….I will take my seat on the rollercoaster of being self-employed and gladly accept the good that comes with the bad!

There is some exciting news coming down the pipe for my business and I am so excited to share it!  I am moving to a new location!  The great part is the location is new but not far, to say the least.  In fact, I am going to literally be right around the corner from my current location. 

The “new” location is on the front of the building where I currently reside.  I emphasize the word “new” since the building was constructed in the early 1900’s.  As you can see in the “before photos” I have posted below, the space needs some “elbow grease” but I feel confident that things will come together beautifully. I feel so humbled to have the opportunity to move and look forward to both the challenges and successes that the move will surely bring. 

New Space BEFORE 2


New Space BEFORE 1










New Space BEFORE 3

With all of the needed work, opening day may be a little more delayed than first thought.  That is okay, as I have lots to do and want everything thing to be in tip-top shape when the doors open for the first time! Please stay tuned for details and more pictures.  Looking forward to a new chapter for tammy taylor interiors! 

High Point PictureWith a new space comes new things.  I just attended the High Point Spring Furniture Market yesterday and saw goodies galore!  I picked up a couple new vendors and look forward to having new things for you to see!  Showplace at High Point


Thank you for spending a little time here.  I am excited about what is ahead and eager to share it with my wonderful customers!  Thank you for your past patronage and I hope to receive your continued support as things move forward. You make my business what it is and I appreciate each and every customer that darkens my doors!  You are appreciated!!Thank you in different languages