Business owner combines floral interior design
on Monday,December 06,2010 19:12
When beginning a small business, it may be beneficial to have a background in a field other than entrepreneurship. For Jason Magnum, his education in interior design has paid off in the form of a local floral shop in Columbus, Ohio.
Twig Garden and Home opened last weekend in German Village, according to the Grove City News. Magnum, who wants to combine the elements of interior and floral design, hopes that his expertise will help customers achieve the home decor of their dreams.
"[The store] is a full florist as well as a complete home and gift store," Magnum told the news source. "You have to be really creative to accomplish both [home and floral design]."
The floral portion of the shop includes vases, pots and variety of plants for homeowners who are looking to add a touch of nature to their abodes. Home furnishing for sale consist of vintage pieces at an affordable price. Magnum's goal is to help customers achieve the perfect look on a feasible budget.
Overall employment of interior designers is projected to increase by 19 percent over the next eight years, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
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