Berman Arts Agency: The ART of CONNECTING – Public Art in Private Places & Private Art in Public Places

Lisa M. Berman

Berman Arts Agency has one of the most premier and satisfied client lists

LOS ANGELES, CA, UNITED STATES, February 26, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Globally, Covid-19 has affected us all, many in personal ways, yet the creative industry has been one the hardest hit. As I listened intently to the 2021 Creative Economy Report presented by Otis College of Art & Design, I couldn’t help being blind-sided by the tremendous financial impact the pandemic had on Arts related industries in California alone. Having previously served on the Board of Governors of Otis, I am continuously proud of the contribution this Fine Arts Institution makes, providing valuable statistics and insight used in state legislature. Unlike the previous decade of growth, there was a staggering “$140.6 billion dollar loss from the total Creative Economy output for 2020”. Notably, with the film industry, Los Angeles County counts for more than half of the state’s figure with a $78.9 billion loss. Berman adds, “There has never been one solution to rectify this issue. We must foster a collaborative respect for our creatives and inculcate an artology mindset.” Berman agrees with Panelist Jason Foster, of the new 1.3 mile outdoor museum, Destination Crenshaw: “We need to view artists as a bankable business”. Thankfully, many of Berman’s clients understand the tremendous impact the pandemic has had on the livelihood of artists and have responded enthusiastically to be part of the solution by supporting the arts with their buying power. Some positive accounts of this below, offer a bit of a silver-lining to our challenging time.

For many, art is a very private experience. Where and how people engage in this experience is the enticing elixir of art. Lisa M. Berman, founder of Berman Arts Agency, understands this complex concept and authentically applies her signature “art of connecting” with her clients, while managing her established and museum quality artists. Accurate and intuitive placement of the right piece in the right place in just the right way is key to honoring this visual and often visceral journey. Cultivating good relationships between artists and collectors are the binding factors for Berman building longevity and a good reputation. Berman has placed artwork in museum collections such as: LACMA, The GETTY, Smithsonian, M.A.D, FIDM, National Comedy Center, and private collections such as Daniel Greenberg Photography, Resnick Collection and Lynn K. Altman Trust.

Oropeza Sculpture Garden – it’s not often that an artist and art dealer or “art strategist” as Berman refers to herself, is presented with the opportunity to launch a 5 acre sculpture garden. This task is usually reserved for museums or well-funded art institutions. The unique collaboration of the dynamic artwork by ARTPRIZE 2017 Winner Daniel Oropeza, aka “Scientific Sculptor” and stewardship of Lisa M. Berman on the lush grounds of the Nursery by Southwinds in Irvine Ca., brought the bespoke “Oropeza Sculpture Garden” to fruition. The artwork presented in this picturesque arena was recently featured “Art Trilogy” article about Oropeza, published in the ARTS Issue for NUE Magazine-NYC. Launched in October of 2019, the garden is open daily from 9am-5pm and also features the work of Doyle Reno, Jon Seeman, Craig French and Frank Lloyd Wright.

In addition to establishing this ground-breaking for profit retail garden, Berman continues to expand her brand with foresight and her magnetic personality. For instance, Lisa met one of her favorite business mentors while walking her dog in Laguna Beach where she resides. After two years of discussing art, food, dogs and business, Lisa had established a good rapport and unexpectedly received a request from this connection to curate a one-acre sculpture Garden next to his well trafficked restaurant in O.C. “Board meetings” are different in Laguna Beach, says Berman. This entire deal was conducted on the sand, and “I don’t ever recall him wearing shoes or long pants” referring to her mentor, friend and now ally.

Full circle– this time, it’s the 2nd evolution of the name Berman in the world of West Coast contemporary art. When Lisa was introduced to Sculptor Craig French of Laguna Beach, he immediately told her that her former husband, Mr. Robert Berman, founder of Robert Berman Gallery and Santa Monica Auctions had actually launched his career, along with Brad Howe over 30 years ago! It seemed more than coincidental that we (both from Laguna Beach) were now collaborating. Even though Craig has placed over 30 public sculptures and countless private art pieces internationally, he hadn’t procured public art placement in his home town. Craig had been discussing with his long-term collector Michael Iannoti, on the Board of the Lawn Bowling Club since 1989, (the oldest in the U.S., West of the Mississippi) for 2 years about creating special ART benches, to not only to invigorate the look of the club overlooking the ocean, but also to be used as an incentive to provide a fund-raising format for the non-profit. In swoops Lisa into the mix and within 2 weeks, the rendering was completed, presented and approved by the Board. The first of the proposed 30 benches with personalization was installed in February.

Sometimes privacy is key and other times, an outpouring of promotion is required. Three of Berman Arts Agency’s artists are currently preparing artwork for a public 6 month show in Orange County. Even though the location of the show can not be disclosed until it opens, Berman adds, “These very specialized art pieces can be sold prior to the installation, as a private consumer or business acquiring the work will allow them to be loaned and can garner substantial media exposure from this highly trafficked location”. The artists working in metal and glass include: Craig French, Daniel Oropeza and Sheinina Lolita Raj. Also notable for the month of March, which is “Womens History Month”, is the INTERCULTURAL exhibition by Raj and is being celebrated globally on International Women's Day, March 8th, 2021. Look for her link on BAA IG/FB to enter to win a collectable, limited edition, signed artwork of her intriguing photographs.

Berman Arts Agency has one of the most premier and satisfied client lists. For her, it’s always about the right connection, no matter what the medium or platform. With her 22 year old brand Sculpture To Wear, Berman’s clients revere her as a friend, confident, sometimes a family member, and rely on her personalized touch to make their gift giving special: Marc Hankin, attorney and client of 22 years said, “You did it again. Erica absolutely LOVED the jewelry! Thank you so much for your guidance and taste”. Berman orchestrated a Facetime shopping excursion with her client in Los Angeles when she visited Belle Brook Barer’s Rock & Feather Gallery in Sante Fe, NM. Lisa worked her visual prowess, walked around the space, showing and trying on jewelry (similar to her own STW gallery) and made a substantial sale. Providing excellent customer service is always the mainstay of her business.

This month, TILLY’s Retail Chain founder, Hezy Shaked’s employees reciprocated happiness with their boss by purchasing him an unexpected gift: a one of a kind 7ft sculpture by Jon Seeman. “Feng Shui” is a kinetic, bronze patinated stainless steel work with a built in-gong, inspired from the artists travels in Japan. Both Berman Arts Agency & Seeman are appreciative to have artwork placed in this important collection, and the added gesture by his employees was an unexpected and kind catalyst of the transaction. Seeman’s large scale work has been placed in 41 public locations world-wide, one recently, a 22ft tall piece in W. Virginia with a $200k price tag. As much as details are important to conveying an indelible story, Berman, celebrates thinking BIG, as do her artists and Connecting is her Art-Story.

Berman Arts Agency: Sales inquiries & Artist Submissions to be made to Lisa@bermanartsagency.com (310) 403-0531

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Governments and Corporations are Responsible for the Death of Small Business

No More Excuses: Small Business Needs Support, Not Lockdowns and Unfair Restrictions

When we complain about a problem and do nothing, we are worst than the problem itself. Canada has always been a country that defined itself on social responsibility. That is what Canadians do!”

— Edward Henry

TORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, February 26, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — How many small businesses throughout Canada have struggled and closed while many large corporations have flourished and taken bonuses for themselves? Bonuses they have been able to afford because they are subsidizing employee wages and expenses with government contribution.

How many small businesses have been shut down due to health concerns without any data that suggests these same businesses are a greater risk than the large box stores? Why is small business on lockdown while other large essential corporations have been able to operate with almost no restrictions?

When will all business have equal rights?

When will a small business that can operate safely have the same privileged rights of the large corporations and be permitted to stay open?

The bottom line on this entire argument is that classifications of essential and non-essential are discriminatory to small businesses. Most small businesses have made greater efforts to protect their customers than many of the “essential” companies that have been allowed to operate freely with minimal restrictions. Big box stores that often violate capacity and social distancing limits and have only recently been investigated for violations.

The government has made health determinations with little logic, data, or explanation on why retail businesses outside of box stores are unfairly restricted to less capacity.

After two lockdowns and still no plan, there has been no discussion regarding fair treatment for small business. Everyone knows that small businesses are working from an unfair position. Many small business owners have had to take government loans to survive. Current data released by CFIB states that small business owes more than $135 billion. This amount requires repayment to the very government that is locking them down after adjustments they have made to their businesses to become compliant to guidelines that are ambiguous. The data from various departments are conflicting and inaccurate.

It is time for the government to balance the scale. Large corporations should be in partnership with small business, not sending business out of Canada. Businesses that have been unfairly treated deserve greater tax breaks and loan forgiveness based on the financial struggles that have been exacerbated by the continued mismanagement of poorly thought-out restrictions.

SmAll Business is Essential is an initiative created by Edward Henry Company and Social Distance Management. Our goal and function is to advocate on behalf of suffering small business due to the lack of support and unfair treatment from various government restrictions. The interest expressed by many small businesses throughout Canada, and even the United States for SmAll Business is Essential to help struggling small businesses has evolved to becoming more than a cause. It is now become an organization that will be on the front lines to fight for the rights of small businesses.

It is time for Canadians to be socially responsible and ensure that fairness is included in the metrics that we are using when governing through these difficult times. It is time to give small business support, and allow them the same rights that have been allotted to large corporations for over a year.

The restrictions put on businesses should reflect the health and safety threat, the business’ ability to manage their space and people, and the quantified rate/metric of spread in a specific region.

We are currently raising finances for businesses that are complying with health and safety recommendations and guidelines to stay open. We are advocating to keep business in Canada and to support small business. Edward Henry Company will be donating 50% of the proceeds from it’s recent new book release Cut The Bullsh*T to SmAll Business is Essential of Canada. Small businesses across Canada are done paying the price. Small businesses are going to unite and stand up to government and big business, because SmAll Business is Essential.

Edward Henry
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Governments and Corporations are Responsible for the Life and Death of Small Business

No More Excuses: Small Business Needs Support, Not Lockdowns and Unfair Restrictions

When we complain about a problem and do nothing, we are worst than the problem itself. Canada has always been a country that defined itself on social responsibility. That is what Canadians do!”

— Edward Henry

TORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, February 25, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — How many small businesses throughout Canada have struggled and closed while many large corporations have flourished and taken bonuses for themselves? Bonuses they have been able to afford because they are subsidizing employee wages and expenses with government contribution.

How many small businesses have been shut down due to health concerns without any data that suggests these same businesses are a greater risk than the large box stores? Why is small business on lockdown while other large essential corporations have been able to operate with almost no restrictions?

When will all business have equal rights?

When will a small business that can operate safely have the same privileged rights of the large corporations and be permitted to stay open?

The bottom line on this entire argument is that classifications of essential and non-essential are discriminatory to small businesses. Most small businesses have made greater efforts to protect their customers than many of the “essential” companies that have been allowed to operate freely with minimal restrictions. Big box stores that often violate capacity and social distancing limits and have only recently been investigated for violations.

The government has made health determinations with little logic, data, or explanation on why retail businesses outside of box stores are unfairly restricted to less capacity.

After two lockdowns and still no plan, there has been no discussion regarding fair treatment for small businesses. Everyone knows that small business is working from an unfair position. Many small business owners have had to take government loans to survive. Current data released by CFIB states that small business owes more than $135 billion. This amount requires repayment to the very government that is locking them down after adjustments they have made to their businesses to become compliant to guidelines that are ambiguous. The data from various departments are conflicting and inaccurate.

It is time for the government to balance the scale. Large corporations should be in partnership with small businesses, not sending businesses out of Canada. Businesses that have been unfairly treated deserve greater tax breaks and loan forgiveness based on the financial struggles that have been exacerbated by the continued mismanagement of poorly thought-out restrictions.

Small Business is Essential is an initiative created by Edward Henry Company and Social Distance Management. Our goal and function are to advocate on behalf of suffering small businesses due to the lack of support and unfair treatment from various government restrictions. The interest expressed by many small businesses throughout Canada, and even the United States for Small Business is Essential to help struggling small businesses has evolved to become more than a cause. It has now become an organization that will be on the front lines to fight for the rights of small businesses.

It is time for Canadians to be socially responsible and ensure that fairness is included in the metrics that we are using when governing through these difficult times. It is time to give small businesses support and allow them the same rights that have been allotted to large corporations for over a year.

The restrictions put on businesses should reflect the health and safety threat, the business’ ability to manage their space and people, and the quantified rate/metric of spread in a specific region.

We are currently raising finances for businesses that are complying with health and safety recommendations and guidelines to stay open. We are advocating to keep business in Canada and to support small businesses. Edward Henry Company will be donating 50% of the proceeds from its recent new book release Cut The Bullsh*T to Small Business is Essential of Canada. Small businesses across Canada are done paying the price. Small businesses are going to unite and stand up to the government and big business, because SmAll Business is Essential.

Edward Henry
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Everard’s March auction series features fine & decorative art from Savannah estates, noted New Orleans antiques dealer

KPM plaque depicting Cupid sharpening an arrow, 10¾ x 9½in. Back impressed with KPM mark. ‘Raphael mengs Dresden Galene, Amour’ written in pencil on verso. Angelo Cassimus collection. Estimate: $1,500-$2,500

17th-century Spanish walnut vargueno on chest with elaborate gilt-metal and velvet mounts and fall front on upper portion. Provenance includes Estate of Dr. Woody Cobbs and Mrs. Honor Cobbs, Atlanta. Estimate: $6,000-$8,000

Utagawa Yoshitsuya (Japanese, 1822-1866), ‘Minamoto Yorimitsu Breaks the Magic Spell,’ circa 1858. Size: 13½ x 28 7/8in overall (sight). Estimate: $6,000-$8,000

Pablo Picasso (Spanish, 1881-1973), ‘Femme’ (A.R. 296), Madoura pottery pitcher, 12in tall. Conceived in 1955 and executed in an edition of 100. Marked and signed ‘Picasso’ on bottom. Estimate: $7,000-$10,000

Karl Schmidt-Rottluff (German, 1884-1976), still life, pastel and India ink on wove paper, 15 1/8 x 20¼ in (sight). Gifted by the artist to Ambassador M.J. Hillenbrand in 1972, thence by descent to David M. Hillenbrand. Estimate: $10,000-$15,000

Highlights include 400 lots of art including Cezanne and Renoir; Asian art, Satsuma, Picasso pottery, Grand Tour bronzes, glass, silver, clocks & watches

The timeline in this auction series runs from the 17th through mid-20th centuries and includes property from the Estate of David Hillenbrand, who served as CEO of the Carnegie Museums in Pittsburgh.”

— Amanda Everard, Owner of Everard Auctions

SAVANNAH, GA., UNITED STATES, February 25, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Five times a year, Everard Auctions presents an outstanding selection of fully vetted paintings and objets d’art in live-online sales that have become great favorites with collectors. For their first major event of 2021, Everard takes pleasure in announcing a bonus offering to take place over two consecutive weeks. The first of the two auctions, with absentee and Internet live bidding in progress through March 3, features property from retired New Orleans antiques dealer Angelo “Andy” Cassimus. The second auction, which closes over March 9 and 10, showcases fine and decorative art from several distinguished collections and Southern estates. In both sales, bidders may participate absentee or live online through Everard Live (www.everard.com), LiveAuctioneers or Invaluable.

All of the items included in the elegant March 3 selection were personally acquired by Angelo Cassimus, who was known for his discerning taste and penchant for traditional luxury. Cassimus co-owned and operated Cass-Garr Antiques, a celebrity favorite on Chartres Street in New Orleans’ French Quarter, until its closure in 2006. “Mr. Cassimus’ main antique interests and the categories he collected included European porcelain plaques and miniatures, Grand Tour bronzes, cloisonne, and Asian pottery and porcelain,” said Amanda Everard, president of Everard Auctions and Appraisals. “He took particular delight in the delicately detailed craftsmanship of smaller pieces of art, including miniature Satsuma wares.”

Two stunningly hand-painted and gilded miniature Satsuma vases – the taller of the two measuring 5-1/8 inches tall – are jointly estimated at $250-$400. Other highlights from the Cassimus collection include a pair of 19th-century portrait miniatures depicting a refined lady and a gentleman in military attire, $500-$700; and a beautiful KPM plaque painted with a captivating image of Cupid looking upward as he sharpens an arrow, $1,500-$2,500. A breathtaking signed sculpture of Oedipe (Oedipus) by Pierre Eugene Emile Hebert (French, 1828-1893) is one of many European bronzes in the sale. It stands 21¼ inches tall and is stamped Medaille D’or 1867. Estimate: $1,500-$2,500.

The March 9-10 multiple-consignor sessions are replete with art, furniture and decorative accessories of classic style and high quality. The timeline is a broad one, spanning the 17th through mid-20th centuries, and includes property from the Estate of David Hillenbrand (1947-2019), who was CEO of the Carnegie Museums in Pittsburgh. Hillenbrand was also CEO of Bayer AG’s Canada operations. During his time in Canada, he started collecting Inuit art, which is included in the estate consignment. Earlier in his life, Hillenbrand lived in Germany, where his father, Martin Hillenbrand, served as an ambassador from 1972-1976. His father developed a friendship with the German Expressionist artist Karl Schmidt-Rottluff (1884-1976), one of the founding members of the German Expressionist “Die Brucke” school. Hillenbrand Sr was given an ink-and-pastel still life by the artist which is entered in the sale together with supportive ephemera and archival photographs. The lot estimate is $10,000-$15,000.

Another featured estate is that of a Savannah business leader who collected classical art as well as the works of revered Savannah-area artists. That estate was the source of two highly desirable lithographs: one by Auguste Renoir (French, 1841-1919), titled L’Enfant Au Biscuit and estimated at $4,000-$6,000; and Paul Cezanne’s (French, 1839-1906) Large Bathers, the first state of three from the edition of around 100, estimated at $5,000-$7,000.

The same estate’s holdings included four artworks by Myrtle Jones (Georgia, 1931-2005), an artist who became well known for her streetscapes and paintings of architectural landmarks in Savannah. One of the works by Jones to be auctioned on March 9 is an oil-on-Masonite rendering of Old City Market, a popular venue for local vendors that was demolished in the early 1950s. Measuring 19½ by 23½ inches (sight), it is expected to reach $8,000-$12,000.

The earliest painting in the sale is a dramatic Old Master seascape by Bonaventura Peeters I (Flemish, 1614-1652). The 44 by 24¼-inch oil-on-panel depicts several galleons rolling in turbulent waters beneath a foreboding sky. Presented in a gilt frame, it is estimated at $10,000-$15,000.

A superbly crafted 17th-century Spanish walnut vargueno on chest has a fall front with elaborate gilt-metal and velvet mounts on its upper portion. It opens to an interior fitted with an elaborately carved and bone-inset arrangement of drawers and doors. Its line of provenance includes the Estate of Dr. Woody Cobbs and Mrs. Honor Cobbs, Atlanta; and subsequent sale in 1958 at the Boston auction company Louis Joseph Inc. Estimate: $6,000-$8,000

There are always more buyers looking for Picasso pottery than there are pieces available in the marketplace. Everard’s March 9-10 selection includes a wonderfully painted 12-inch-tall Pablo Picasso (Spanish, 1881-1973) Madoura pottery pitcher titled Femme (A.R. 296). The design was conceived by Picasso in 1955 and executed in an edition of 100. It is stamped Madoura Plein Feu and ‘D’Apres Picasso, and signed Picasso on its bottom. Estimate: $7,000-$10,000

A quintessential symbol of gracious living in the early 19th century, an Anthony Rasch (active Philadelphia 1804-1820 and New Orleans 1820-1858) coin-silver teapot has an animal-form spout, floral motifs and a wood handle. The well-balanced design was created circa 1817-1819 and is stamped A. Rasch & Co., and Philadelphia. It will cross the auction block with a $1,200-$1,800 estimate.

Everard’s live-online fine and decorative arts auction series will be conducted over two consecutive weeks. Property from retired New Orleans antiques dealer Angelo Cassimus will be offered in an auction that closes on March 3. The second sale, featuring fine and decorative art from several select consignors and estates, will close over two days: March 9 and 10. Gallery preview dates: Feb. 24-26 by appointment only, or on other dates, also by special request only, with masks and social distancing required. Bid via Everard Live, LiveAuctioneers or Invaluable. For additional information on any item in the auction, call 912-231-1376 or email info@everardandcompany.com. Everard Auctions & Appraisals is located at 2436 Waters Ave., Savannah, GA 31404. Visit the company’s website at www.everard.com.

Amanda Everard
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Paragon Concepts First to Bring In Biesse Selco Robotic Saw

White Shaker Door Manufacturer Paragon Concepts

Biesse Selco WN6 ROS Robotic Saw

Biesse Robotic Saw used by Paragon Concepts

DENVER, CO, UNITED STATES, February 23, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Premier cabinet door manufacturer, Paragon Concepts, continues its aggressive expansion by purchasing Biesse’s Selco WN6 ROS robotic saw.

Paragon is the first company in North America to acquire the Selco ROS – the latest key to building The Best 5 Piece Shaker Door Ever.

The Selco ROS thrusts Paragon deeper into Industry 4.0. The saw includes simultaneous rip and cross cuts and a twin pusher that allows for differing lengths to be cut, which increases cut productivity by 40%. Add to that the robotics, and the process scales beyond imagination.

“This is the second round of major equipment purchases in the last two months” quotes Isaiah Rozek, owner of Paragon Concepts. “Demand for our products continues to build. We have felt the pressure to keep our lead times advantageous to our customer base, and the Selco ROS solution will go far to help us stay way ahead of the curve.”

“We at Biesse are excited that Paragon Concepts is the first fabricator in N. America to bring in the Selco WN6 ROS” quotes Federico Broccoli, President and CEO at Biesse America & Biesse Canada. “Paragon has an unmatched reputation for leading trend and producing the highest quality products. That lines up perfectly with where Biesse positions itself. We are honored to work with Paragon Concepts.”

Paragon leads the way in building premium cabinet door fronts that are manufactured on a wide variety of TFL materials including Stevenswood, Salt, Gizir, Wilsonart, Formica, FENIX, Mirlux and Roseburg. They produce cabinet doors on eleven total lines with more than two hundred colors to choose from.

Paragon Concepts manufactures its doors in Colorado and sells them nationally. Profiles include 5 Piece Shaker, Slab and 3 Piece. You can find out how to order at paragonconceptsco.com.

For further information, contact John Stein at 303-351-2594 or email at john@paragonconceptsco.com.

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FURNITURE MARKET CELEBRATES OVER TEN YEARS AS INDUSTRY LEADER

FURNITURE MARKET CELEBRATES OVER TEN YEARS AS INDUSTRY LEADER
Las Vegas Luxury Furniture Retailers Continues to Offer Unique Design Pieces

LAS VEGAS, NV, USA, February 22, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Luxury home furnishing retailer Furniture Market continues to take pride in its personalized approach to interior design: creating a beautiful and functional design experience for their clients. Having worked with industry-leading design experts for over ten years, they provide creative solutions to design challenges. They offer a wide range of services including, space planning, furniture selection, lighting selection, and interior finishes, all of which come with personalized service from a team of professional interior designers that can match any taste, style, and budget. Furniture Market also offers custom Design Consulting services, catering to design needs for designing building a new home, renovations, or simply shopping for a signature piece of furniture to really tie a room together.

Furniture Market offers a diverse and constantly evolving range of fine furniture and furnishings, along with an unwavering commitment to craftsmanship. According to Owner and Principal Liz Werner, the reason for their success is their ability to cater to almost any style or taste. “We scour the globe for the most exceptional and innovative designs, and only handpick from the very best in modern and contemporary design, and from leading design houses to emerging artisans alike. We spend time with each product and its maker beforehand to ensure top quality and construction.”

● Furniture Market has a 48,000 square foot showroom
● They offer designs from over 190 of the most prestigious luxury manufacturers across the globe
● Furniture Market also offers a virtual showroom tour on its website

About Furniture Market: With over twelve years of experience in the home furnishing industry, Las Vegas natives Liz and Robert Werner understand the nuances of creating a beautiful, captivating and functional home. They continuously seek to create interior decor experiences that spark joy, which is why they have built the ultimate destination for modern and contemporary interiors in their 48,000 square foot showroom just of the Las Vegas strip.

Liz Werner
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Cozy Corner Patios Sets Course To Redefine Outdoor Furniture eCommerce Space

The Rockies – 8pc Sunbrella® Outdoor Patio Furniture

The GrandTeton – 12pc Sunbrella® Outdoor Sofa Set

nspired by market response online retailer prepares to expand outdoor patio furniture portfolio made with high-quality materials at affordable prices.

WESTMINSTER, COLORADO, USA, February 21, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Cozy Corner Patios (CCP), a small business aiming to become a trendsetter in the outdoor furniture space, is excited to announce the launch of its new product range through its e-commerce services platform. What started as a business among friends and associates has ushered in a unique opportunity for customers to find high-quality, affordable furniture from the convenience of their home. The team at CCP believe that luxurious outdoor furniture should be available to as many people as possible and that everyone should be given the opportunity to beautify their outdoor spaces with the furniture of their dreams.

CCP provides exceptional quality outdoor furniture at an unbeatable price. The team pays careful attention to industry trends and consumer needs to design sophisticated and elegant furniture, evidenced by the materials they use and the design details they incorporate. With new-age styling and a simple color palette, interior design aficionados, minimalists, and people who want to add stylish new furniture to their home but are not sure where to start are sure to find something they will love. A definite value addition is the custom design consultation services on offer for those who wish to enhance the beauty of outdoor spaces but are not sure how to go about it.

Choosing long-lasting, superior materials is of the utmost importance to CCP. “We believe that great furniture starts with the materials they are made of,” says Vibhas Sen, VP of Marketing & Sale. “We utilize the best quality PE wicker for all seasons, comfortable cushions for all body types, and ensure that quality that long outlives the furniture’s warranty to deliver on our customer’s furniture dreams.” Not only that, CCP uses Sunbrella® fabric, a luxurious fabric that never fades, and rust-free high-grade aluminum to create furniture that can withstand the elements and look as amazing as the day it was purchased, season after season.

The idea behind CCP came to Maria, CCP’s Founder, after she tried to go shopping for patio furniture and returned exasperated and frustrated by the options available to her at her budget. Most options were too expensive, and many cheaper options were low quality. She quickly realized that there was an industry-wide need for a different kind of outdoor furniture shopping experience. Along with some like-minded friends and colleagues, Maria founded CCP as an eCommerce outdoor furniture retailer. Though products are available online, CCP has the feel of a warm, welcoming small business that is completely dedicated to the happiness of every single customer.

When deciding between starting a brick and mortar store or eCommerce business, CCP chose eCommerce to allow their outdoor furniture for two very important reasons one was to keep costs in check as affordable luxury is the USP and the other was to reach the largest number of customers possible. Not that they are against the brick and mortar model ; they address this need by using existing customers residences as showrooms to give the prospective buyers a feel of the real product in its natural environment. CCP recognizes that there are varying qualities of outdoor patio furniture, so they set out to make high-quality outdoor furniture more affordable and make their furniture offerings more accessible.

CCP cares deeply about customer satisfaction. They are currently in the process of designing a new website to make the online shopping experience as seamless as possible, as well as open channels of communication for customers to discuss their needs with CCP. To learn more, please visit cozycornerpatios.com

About Cozy Corner Patios LLC
Cozy Corner Patios is a high-end, luxury online retailer that specializes in the sale of outdoor furniture. CCP is committed to customer satisfaction and believes that customers should not have to sacrifice quality for price when it comes to buying outdoor furniture. Using high-quality materials and designing their outdoor furniture to last, CCP is working tirelessly to connect people everywhere with furniture they will love at a price they will love even more.

Vibhas Sen
Cozy Corner Patios LLC
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How To Design A Layout For Office Furniture

For your office to look just the right balance of busy yet in-discipline, you need to ensure that the office layout is well planned.

PHOENIX , ARIZONA, USA, February 19, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — The appearance and interiors of your office, reflect upon the efficiency of office management. A cramped up office floor indicates a lack of management, whereas, an empty-looking office lacks credibility. For your office to look just the right balance of busy yet in-discipline, you need to ensure that the office layout is well planned.

An office layout refers to the arrangement of the furniture and equipment, within the available office space. When deciding upon the office layout many questions arise and need to be addressed.

What is the floor plan? Where will all the desks and chairs for employees be? Where will the cabinets go? Where should the couch be placed?
What is office design? How will the employees be seated? How many rooms are there and what are they for?
What is the thematic design of the room?
Your office layout makes a huge impact on the productivity of the employees and the environment in the room. Moreover, when customers visit the office floor, the impression that they get of the organization is highly influenced by the office layout.

Things to consider when planning the office layout is the space available at the office, the size of the furniture, the number of employees, the needs of the employees, the office design that would be suitable, and the need for effective management. When deciding upon an office layout, primary attention goes to ensuring that the layout will encourage smooth and efficient operations within the organization.

Buying Office Furniture

When buying furniture for the office, you must consider its utility, the space that it would take up on the office floor and whether it is aesthetically pleasing. Moreover, will it make the office look well-managed or messy?

A congested office layout is one where the floor space is less and is laid out ineffectively. In such a scenario, the very office environment can look messy and lead to indiscipline and mismanagement. Moreover, in a congested environment, your employees are likely to get easily stressed out by the most minor problems. Such environments leave no room to breathe and walk around without coming into notice.
An empty space always leaves a blank in the minds of the viewer. Empty looking office places have a larger office space and less furniture. An empty-looking room can lead to a lack of focus amongst employees. The workplace can feel like a walking park instead of a place of serious work. Even if you have too much space, it needs to be covered with appropriate pieces of furniture and decor items.
Once you've decided upon the number and size of the furniture items requirement, you need to move on to the arrangement process.

The Office Layout And How To Go About It

Office design and the sitting arrangement: The division of labor also plays an efficient role in the office layout. For example, if you have a small workspace with not much space for separate cabins then until you expand, choosing an open office design or cubicles is a good idea. For workplaces with plenty of space, the team-cluster design and the traditional method can also be used.
Additional rooms and the furniture requirements:
The reception area of the so-called office living room is the ultimate impact leaver in the office layout. When customers arrive in your reception area, they must feel that they will receive quality services at your organization. Keeping a couch and a table, along with a small magazine cabinet and well-designed reception area is a must for any big organization.
Almost every office needs a meeting or conference room. The table and chairs in the conference room must be bought in accordance with the size of the room. If you do not have a separate area, then using boards to separate the areas can give a professional look to the office. Moreover, it will offer privacy to those in the meeting room.
The break-out room of an office must include furniture that relaxes the mind and body of your employees. The entire reason behind a free space for employees is that they can chill if they are stressed out or tired, and the environment much reflects the same vibe.
Thematic design: The right color combinations, a suitable design and additional features like real plants and natural sunlight can help in creating a pleasing office layout.

If you have ample space in the office, then you have the power of choice when it comes to office layout. You can choose the office design, additional rooms for facilities, and the furniture to be purchased, which will bring the maximum results in terms of productivity and management.

If you’re looking for office design and layout consultancy and furniture suppliers, you can reach out to the experts at Gebesa.

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Office Design For Effective Office Management

PHOENIX, ARIZONA, USA, February 19, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — The way an organization functions and the design features that it inculcates, define the work environment and the vibes in the room. Every job candidate prefers an office where the environment is friendly, relaxing, and fun. Moreover, they aspire to jobs where they 'want' to leave the house to get to work. While it may sound ridiculous, some offices offer an environment that is free and liberating.

When working in a company, the office design for management and the design features of the interior, both make a significant impact on the effectiveness of the office management. The office design sets the hierarchical chain of command in the office and ensures accountability on the part of the employees.

Office design impacts the productivity and the environment of an organization, as it controls the interactions between people whether working at the same level of experience and skill or slanting and vertical levels in the office.

If the right office design is chosen, it provides more effective office management in the organization. Office management is responsible for the design, implementation, evaluation, and maintenance of the operations in an organization. In a suitable office design for industry and company, the work is well managed and efficient.

Accountability: Accountability refers to being answerable to someone for your actions. For example, an employee is responsible for completing their work on time. If they fail to do so, they can be held accountable by the management of the organization or his/her senior manager. People working in an open space design often blur the boundaries of professionalism into the informal talk. Accountability is effectively managed in traditional office design, where the seniors have a separate cabin and have to be approached.
Discipline: While we might try to deny it, we are our most disciplined selves when we are in the company of people who can hold us accountable for our actions. For example, kids tend to be quieter in front of their teachers, whereas, when the teacher turns around it's a mess again. Similarly, many employees give in to the urge of talking when their teachers are not around. The cubicle office design offers a lot of freedom to the employees, whereas an open or team office design, can make your employees more disciplined.
Division: The way the office is design leads to the division of office place for the employees. In a team-cluster design, the team feels responsible to complete a specific task and the members work together to accomplish it. Similarly, in a traditional design, the work is divided and individuals are responsible for timely implementation and completion. This makes the management simpler, as only one person has to be approached for the task.

How can the interior office design of your office lead to effective office management?

In places where the office design is hi-tech, the employees are able to use technology to get tasks complete quicker and more efficiently. Moreover, it becomes possible for management to monitor the employees, no matter which office design they use.
Offices where the office design is modern or classic, tend to have clear-cut boundaries in the office. The minds of the employees are more in-tune with the work in the organization and they are likely to be more productive. Both modern and classic designs infuse a sense of edge to the workspace.
Workspaces with green office design and those that receive natural light tend to liven up the office environment. They lead to the satisfaction of employees and increased productivity. These office environments also ensure the safety of the employees and lead to fewer illnesses, eventually decreasing absenteeism in the office.
At workplaces where the employees have a break-out space or a chilling area, ensure that the work is done on the desk and the fun in the break-out room. This leaves less room for slacking off and mismanagement.
At Gebesa, our team of professionals is aware of the design benefits of various office designs and can help you in effective office management. We have knowledge of the right products available in the market for different office designs.

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What is Modular Furniture?

Modular furniture is a set of furniture items, that can be tailored so that they fit your company. We list five benefits of modular office furniture.

PHOENIX, ARIZONA, USA, February 19, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Modular furniture is a set of furniture items, that can be tailored so that they fit your company. Is gaining popularity because of the many benefits it offers to its users. We list five benefits of modular office furniture.

The furniture needs of a company vary depending upon the industry they serve, the location of the office, and the preferences of the employees. While there are many furniture items available in the market, it is not necessary that they will meet all the requirements that you have. It is possible that they offer good features, however, are not suitable for your work. In such cases, the concept of modular office furniture comes quite handy.

Modular furniture is a set of furniture items, that can be tailored so that they fit your company. It can be designed in any which way that you may like and can be disassembled and assembled as per your needs. Moreover, it offers the option of changing the parts of modular office furniture without buying new furniture, hence, saving from additional costs.

Most companies are unaware of the concept of modular office furniture. When buying furniture for their office, they buy items from whatever is available in the supplier’s collection, instead of what they really want to buy. Modular office furnishings can solve this problem for you.

Modular furniture is gaining popularity in the corporate world because of the many benefits it offers to its users. If you are still confused about whether modular office furniture is a good idea or not, then you can refer to the list of the five benefits of modular office furniture.

Customized to Functional needs: Modular furniture can be customized according to your functional and technological needs. If you need additional space for wires to go around your desks and reach the socket, it can be made possible when getting modular furniture. Moreover, if you can get desks with small cabinets to keep your stuff and you can get the furniture made from the material of your choice.

Leaves room for choice: Getting modular furniture leaves a lot of room for choice. You can get the features of different furniture types into one furniture set. You can adjust the number of desks, chairs, tables, couches, etc that you need. You can select the material for the furniture, along with the color and design.

Blends in with the theme and decor: If your office has a particular theme or design going for it, then you can get Modular furniture to complement it. You will be able to avoid furniture that stands out and spoils your office theme. Moreover, it will add five stars to your interiors.

Helps avoid using mismatched furniture: Suppose if you already have furniture in the office and have now decided to expand. Instead of buying mismatched furniture, you will need more items of the same type. With the help of the modular furniture concept, all you have to do is inform the supplier that you need more of the same furniture and the job is done.

Quick and convenient furniture solution: Assembling and disassembling modular furniture are quite easy and fast. Whether you are renovating or have just started a business and are looking for suitable furniture, if you decide to get modular furniture, it will be delivered quickly. Considering it's easy to assemble, you can start your business early and earn profits. Moreover, if some parts get broken, bent, or damaged in any way due to improper use, then they can be replaced without much hassle.

Easy to move: Modular furniture makes shifting the office furniture inside the office premises or to another building a convenient process. The furniture can be easily disassembled and reassembled for the move.

Cost-effective solution: The time taken to manufacture modular furniture is less and it can be quickly assembled leading to lower labor costs. This is the reason behind the affordable nature of modular furniture, making it suitable for companies with varying budgets.

Reach out to us at Gebesa for modular office furniture. We provide consultancy to our clients regarding the right furniture items and design for their needs. We offer durable and cost-effective office furniture solutions.

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