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Testimonials for Interiors of Stillwater

 ”I wanted to let you know that it was such a pleasure to work with you. I have added your name to our sub contractor list and will keep you posted on future work. It was great to have flexibility with you and all of our workers. I met the homeowner today, and she is just thrilled with it all!”

 - Kristen M., Construction Project Manager

 ”I love the bedroom! You did a fabulous job. The blue walls match the carpet perfectly. It was great working with you.”

 - Kari L.

 ”The new wall color looks fantastic! You have a great eye for nuance. It is hard to believe that we are actually making progress on the construction–it might be done as early as next week. My sister liked the rugs you picked for me so well that she went back to Tacoma and got the same set for her own house! Thanks for all the good work.”

- Kathryn

“Thanks Peg. We LOVE the painting. We had friends up for the weekend and they loved it too.”

 - Cami

 ”When renovating our kitchen in 2011, we really wanted to switch to an old-fashioned black and white tile floor. We also needed to paint the trim and wall treatments in the kitchen and bathroom to coordinate with the new floor and the rest of our home’s decor. Peg to the rescue! She listened carefully to my vision. She not only gently swayed me toward customized paint stripes in the kitchen (which were perfect), but she also won me over with her professionalism. I quickly had full confidence in her artistic eye and her strong sense of organization. Peg helped coordinate the rest of our three-member team, and our project was beautifully executed within budget and on time.”

- Cheryl B.

“Peg, I just got home. I love the paint. It looks awesome. Thank you, thank you, thank you. When my assistant gets back she is going to help me blog something on my fan page about it.”

- Kris J., Real Estate Consultant

“I met with a couple earlier this month in the large conference room you painted and they were gushing about how much they liked the ‘birch’ wall. They had their backs to the wall, but the woman kept turning around to look at it.They said they felt it was relaxing, calming, and reminded them of being at their cabin up north.”

- Katie R.