Meet Our Team! - Oh, I Design Studio

Meet Our Team! – Oh, I Design Studio

I’ve had a lot of proud moments as an entrepreneur, from when I first became an S-Corp, to moving into my new studio in Boston’s South End. But one of the most “pinch-me-moments” has been being able to grow the OID team, to bring on other inspiring individuals to join in and create beautiful spaces and homes.

I couldn’t do what I do without the amazing contributions of my team, and I’m thrilled to introduce you to them today! I’m pulling back the OID curtain so you can get a look at the fabulous friends who help me discover and design, curate and create, every single day.

On that note, let me introduce you to…


Designer at OID

Jenna was born and raised in Massachusetts, and studied Interior Design at Wentworth Institute of Technology. She has been with OID for the past year, collaborating with Jess on everything from project management assistance, creating necessary drawings/plans, construction documents, sourcing for everything from tile to side tables. Jenna assists with all communication between tradespeople and clients. She’s a vital part of the OID team to say the least.

“I love our (OID’s) accessibility to interior design that we’re able to offer our clients. We’re able to provide our skills (to our clients) who have a variety of budgets and needs. Good design is for everyone.”

And some little get-to-know-you better questions just for fun too of course…

How do you like to start your day?

I like to start my

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Meet Luka! Introducing a New Puppy to Our Moody Older Dog

Meet Luka! Introducing a New Puppy to Our Moody Older Dog

Perfectly, we eventually did it. Just after (only) a couple of several years of considering about it, we received one more puppy! Meet up with Luka, our wonderful Australian Shepherd x border collie puppy dog. She is 12 months aged nowadays and has turned our household and life upside down… in a largely superior way. She enjoys belly rubs, heading to the seaside, scampering away with just one of your footwear when you’re in a hurry to get out the door and slipping asleep in the most encumbering location on the kitchen floor she can assume of.

Those people significant pet paws!

A little something I have found out is that finding a pet rouses the very same kind of opinions in some persons that having little ones does. When you are considering a pet people today will notify you their frank views: that you are insane, your timing is off, you will not be in a position to travel (well…) your age hole is as well compact/far too huge, your breed selection is terrible, a single is ample, two is enough, two is way too several, 3 is excellent, and many others etc. I am an overthinker as it is – from time to time hearing other thoughts just helps make my individual much more nervous.

There have been also my possess views to wade via. Moms and dads with more mature young children will laugh at my naivete in this article but I was clinging onto the thought

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Site Superintendent Brian Hering | Meet the Team

Site Superintendent Brian Hering | Meet the Team

Brian has been with Hammer & Hand off-and-on for a cumulative 7 decades. A self-taught carpenter, Brian made use of to be a mold maker for historical and decorative architecture with a local corporation referred to as Architectural Castings (earlier Architectural Reproductions). He fell into transforming throughout the 2008 monetary collapse and discovered that he was pretty adept at it. He continued honing his expertise and making working experience more than the next 10 years and a 50 percent, during which he found Hammer & Hand by means of the mate of a neighbor.

Brian is now wrapping up a project that has been his most loved of the final 7 many years. With a specific fondness for revitalizing homes developed in the 1920s by way of the 1950s, he thrived as Web site Superintendent of this Historic Portland Remodel. Houses of the period supply plenty of special difficulties but also have a whole lot to admire in the craftsmanship of their architecture. The challenge expected sizeable updates, including moving a stairway, rerouting a challenging HVAC system, and lifting a sagging floor that experienced declined a full three inches on one facet of the century-outdated property.

“It’s an arduous and laborious profession,” says the cordial and upbeat Hering, “That reported, I are likely to fail to remember all that with all the appreciation acquired from consumers, good friends, and loved ones.”

Outdoors of work, Hering is an avid comic e-book collector and self-proclaimed

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