I have always had a web presence with my renovation business, but recently I chose to incorporate a blog to serve as a reference for all the people out there who I believed could benefit from my experience.
Feel free to contact me if you have any questions or suggestions for the site.
I received a 1: 1 in Product Design from Nottingham Trent University, which involved the design and manufacture of consumer products.
After university I worked as an account executive at a design agency, where I essentially project managed projects for clients such as Aldi and Halfords.
This involved working with various stakeholders to deliver packaging solutions by co-ordinating buyers, in house designers & artworkers, suppliers, repro houses, and printers (often across many countries.)
When I had finished that job I had decided that I needed to work for myself so I set up Blend Renovations, a turnkey property renovation company.
I began by refurbishing hotels in Yorkshire, pulling together the team of tradesmen I had developed over the past year whilst I was developing buy to let properties with my father on a part time basis.
Over the next few years I built my team and learned the trades through many varied projects, refurbishing hotels, bars, London apartments and large domestic houses around Yorkshire.
In the last year or so I decided to specialize in bathroom installation as I already had excellent working relationships with a few key suppliers in this area, and had a tight knit team well versed in the standards I expect.
With the overwhelming rise of Pinterest, this bathroom installer feels he needs to set a few things straight…. Introduction Websites such as Houzz & Pinterest are great. Don’t get me wrong. They’re great for browsing for ideas when doing up your bathroom, en suite or downstairs loo. Hell, I’m even Read the full article –>