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Stay At Home Design: Couples Working Remotely...Together

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Welcome back to our re-boot of the DeAnna On Design podcast!!

Today's topic will feature guest award winning restaurant designer, Jennifer Striepling.  We will discuss the impact of the pandemic on couples working remotely from home.  Whether 1 or both partners are in need of the dedicated office space...or kitchen table...Get some easy to implement tips for scheduling, office sharing & the importance of an internet booster to keep you both working efficiently & productively.

Guest Jennifer P. Striepling is fortunate to love the work she has done for Bloomin
Brands, Darden Restaurants, JPS Design & Project Management and Kohl’s Department Stores. She has managed all aspects of design and construction for up to 285 renovation and new construction projects yearly across territory
that spans 21 countries, including the entire U.S.  Jennifer has been featured in the Business Journal and Blueprint magazine (2019) for her teams designs and processes. She earned an ASID Silver Design Award, for the Grande Cheese Company Expansion and Remodel (2008).

As we are 'sheltering in place' and/or working from home, our home environment has become even more important in terms of our health-mental & physical-and a place where we work, educate & entertain ourselves on a 24/7 basis.  Creating and designing an environment that supports us through these unprecedented & challenging times, while still maintaining a sense of normalcy is key to getting through the next month(s).  Our re-boot will offer tips, projects & reviews of ideas you can easily implement into your home to make this time a bit easier.

Topics: clutter busting, Feng Shui, space planning/furniture moving, creating a gallery wall, gardening/mulch & much more!

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