In a lead-up to the 2023 Michigan Celebrates Small Business Gala Celebration, Jeffrey Mosher spoke with several winning companies from this cycle.
‘Slow Decorating’ the New Name for Intentionality in Your Space
“Slow decorating” may be a new name, but the philosophy isn’t new, adds Rachel Nelson, CEO & principal designer for Detroit’s Concetti. “It’s the repackaging of an old idea,” she explains. “There have long been two schools of thought – either buy investment pieces that you’d like to live with for a long time (and possibly pass on) or quick fix trend following.” She, like many interior designers, is a proponent of investing in key pieces and keeping them. This is something she tries to follow in her own home, which features a mix of new items and repurposed heirlooms.
Head Coach: Concetti CEO & Principal Designer Rachel Nelson Explains Her Approach to Mental Wellness & Burnout Prevention in Latest Business of Home Interview
Recently our CEO, Rachel Nelson, had the honor of sitting down and having a real, candid conversation by the 50 States Project (featured on “Business of Home”). Her interview was one of a series of conversations with interior designers across the country about how they’ve built their businesses, and dives into the good, the bad, and the not-so-pretty.