December 2022: Welcoming the New Year
As we wind down 2022, we look back on all that we’ve accomplished and look forward to what 2023 will bring. Without the hiccups and hurdles we go through, we wouldn’t be able to appreciate the good things that come along quite as much. Something as simple as a wave or a smile can make someone’s day.
One thing we appreciate is the smiles we get from our customers. It’s gratifying to know we’re positively impacting people’s lives and helping dreams come true. Each new project brings excitement, and we’re grateful to be trusted with each home we touch. Wishing you a warm and wonderful holiday season and a bright new year.
Feature Project: Yankee Ridge Multi-Room
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Welcome the Newest Willet to the Team!
Jason and Heather have added baby Valli Maeve to their family, shown here with sister Eliah and brothers Finnick and Hudson. She was born right before Halloween.
In our continued efforts to improve service to our customers, we have adopted another premium custom cabinetry line.
Bridgewood Cabinetry has been building cabinets for over forty years and is family-owned and -operated. We’re looking forward to shorter wait times on cabinets and receiving the craftsmanship we expect.
Design trends for 2023 are on their way. If you keep up with them, you’ll be relieved that some things haven’t changed much. Biophilic design — derived from nature — has been around for some time, and the trend continues. With that, sustainability continues to grow in importance, along with upcycling — refinishing old or used furniture.
Deep, moody colors are still in, especially in monochrome. More and more black décor and paint, as well as gothic or Deco design. If you have a dark countertop, you’ll be comforted knowing you’re on trend. Wallpaper is still gaining in popularity.
Santa Claus has an official pilot’s license. In 1927, Santa was given his pilot’s license by Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Aeronautics William P. MacCracken. This official photo from the Library of Congress shows Santa, MacCracken, and Clarence M. Young, director of aeronautics, Dept. of Commerce.
So, if there isn’t enough snow for the sleigh, Santa can still deliver his presents. He was assured that the lights would burn on the airways on Christmas Eve.
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