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7 Boston businesses that will make your holiday space shine!

Nov 11, 2015

Holidays in New England can mean opening up your home or facility for entertaining. The bar for beauty and decor is at its highest this time of year and who doesn’t want to make their entertaining space more welcoming? For businesses and homeowners alike, this is a time to celebrate, give thanks and make wishes for a happy and prosperous new year. Preparing your property can be stressful when its your responsibility to dress up or even repair your space in time for the season.

Here are a few services we recommend that can make a big impact in a short time on your holiday space.

Interiors
Leslie Fine InteriorsLocated in the heart of Boston’s Back Bay, this award winning firm provides beautiful interior design for those rooms you just don’t know what to do with.
Merry Maids Cleaning ServiceWhen you’ve got a lot on your plate already, these prompt and dependable maids will  help get your space cleaned up and ready for visitors.
Boston Stone Restoration: (Shameless self-promotion) natural stone, marble and terrazzo are beautiful elements in any space, especially in good condition. We specialize in polishing, repair, sealing, cleaning and renovation of marble, terrazzo and other natural stone tile and solid surfaces.

Flowers & Decor
Rouvalis Flowers on West Cedar Street in Beacon Hill. A little secret, these are the people that do many of the beautiful window boxes and natural exterior holiday decorations you see all over the Beacon Hill. If you’ve seen the outside of these propoerties, imagine what Rouvalis can do on the inside!
Winston Flowers.  This is our go-to florist whenever we need flowers. They’ll happily handle your corporate, residential, or specialty flower needs.

Home Services
FBN Construction: This team of handy contractors tackles a broad range of home improvement projects or repairs with great results. Home care may entail a broad list of items ranging from changing light bulbs, cleaning gutters, or unsticking a door to remodeling a bathroom, adding a room, or updating your kitchen cabinets. FBN can take care of them all.
TBR Marble&Granite Inc. If you need to install new marble and granite as well as solid quartz surfaces, such as Compaq, and DuPont’s Ceaserstone we highly recommend this team of seasoned pros.

We hope these companies can help make your home or business warm and inviting for all of your holiday entertaining. For an estimate on stone restoration projects contact us [https://bostonstonerestoration.com/requestestimate] today.

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