Updated: Jan 13, 2020
Welcome to my first official blog post!
Writing a blog is something I have wanted to do for years, but never made it a priority. I knew I had my own voice to share and that I wanted to really tap into showcasing not just my work, but my AMAZING clients, contractors, showrooms, vendors, trade managers, photographers, and on and on!
In true Jeanna (that's my name:) fashion I went from "let's do once a month" to signing on to the 30 day blog challenge my friend Morgan Molitor of Construction2Style is hosting. If you know me personally you aren't surprised by this, and if you don't...I will be the first to admit I have a problem with saying "NO" and have the work ethic of a Clydesdale. I dove right in and did the homework she sent and now we are here...day 1!
Born and raised in Grand Forks, ND, I moved to the "big city" of Minneapolis, MN to go to school for Interior Design. After graduating, it took me a while to find my way into my career, but that will be a blog post (or few) for another time. Since 2007, I have been transformation spaces in some capacity and the last few years have been a whirlwind of really deciding to focus on my Interior Design company Pinnacle Interior Designs. I am now full time, balancing 3 kids and a new addition to PID...intern Hailey.
So, here we go...
Pinnacle Interior Designs is excited to bring interviews with past and present clients to discuss their project, motivations, design choices, experience with Pinnacle Interior Designs, advice for remodeling, and any other takeaways they share.
We will also have design tips and project updates to follow along with as the homes progress and the client's deal with real life remodeling issues.
Preview- tomorrow I am introducing you to Miranda Smith of (now) Denver, CO by way of Portland OR, and how designing a new spec home for a friend was not as easy as I thought!
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