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Hired 14 times
6 years in business
(Eastern Time Zone)
Mon - Sat
8:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
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No, my home is vacant,
Yes, my home is furnished
Using Crickets Crush was a great idea. I live on the west coast and was selling a NY apartment. Crickets Crush made it easy to stage the apartment and even arranged for a room to be painted. I would use them again.Nov 29, 2019Verified
Not only is she professional and a delight to work with, her creative vision is inspiring. Our home has never looked better!!!Jun 7, 2017
Excellent work ethic and boundless energy and creativity. We love our new home!Jun 7, 2017
Let me just say, in one word, our experience with Cricket was truly FABULOUS. She has an extraordinary eye for space and design and was able to transform our home into something straight out of our dreams. And in very little time! Our family loved her energy and willingness to work with us to accommodate our tastes and color preferences with her own flare and creativity. We were most impressed with how she was able to combine all different antique, modern and traditional pieces into one cohesive and inviting space. Thank you Cricket!!Jun 7, 2017
I loved EVERYTHING about working with Cricket's Crush. Cricket has worked her magic to transform my tired house into a gracious, chic and happy home that is a true reflection of me at my best. She is a most talented professional who understood exactly what I wanted, respected my ideas and budget and then exceeded all my expectations. She is a made the entire decorating process easy, exciting and a lot of fun. It was a joy to work with Cricket and I highly recommend her services.Jun 8, 2017
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?I begin with helping you design on a budget for the project. The rooms that have the most importance. We try to come up with a project price as much as we can. I stay with in that project price. To help me help you stay on budget, I do own about 20,000 square feet of estate furnishing we keep in our warehouse. Typically, these items are being sold for a fraction of the original cost. I have jobs that have used lots of decor from my warehouse and some jobs that have used none. This depends on the style of the job.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?We don't charge for the consultation. We meet to discuss the desired needs. I put together a detailed proposal based our collaboration of ideas
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?25 years working as a magazine fashion and style editor. Harpars Bazzar, Avenue, Quest and more.