Nov. 10, 2016

Tuscan Hill Space

It has been our greatest honor, joy and privilege to share OUR space, Tuscan Hill.

Who doesn’t love to move into a new place and start to furnish, arrange, paint the space and decorate to please yourself and to ensure the space represents well your creative genius? Who doesn’t love to walk into a hotel lobby and peruse the floor plan, the furnishings, the coordinating colors, and try out every chair, bar stool, sofa and bench? Who doesn’t love to be invited to a wedding or other social event and assess how the space is being utilized and conjecture how you would use it were it your event? Okay. Maybe not everyone. But that is what we love to do. We love seeing others’ spaces, whether home, venue or a quaint boutique hotel, however, it has been our greatest honor, joy and privilege to share OUR space, Tuscan Hill.  

That’s where it all began as you know from reading The Journey. To learn more about our space, visit us on our website or on Facebook.

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