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The Experience We-Ha Podcast: Home Design In West Hartford Never Looked This Good

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Whether you’re looking to refresh, reimagine, or redesign your home or just buy a unique gift you can’t find anywhere else, Louis Lemieux and Jena Brescia are here to help. In this episode of the Experience We-Ha Poodcast, Ryan and Jeff talk to Louis and Jena about their journey bringing their decor and expertise from Bantam, CT, to West Hartford.

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Episode Chapters:

0:00 – Intro

2:22 – About Louis 

5:30 – Jena’s background

7:20 – Working together and leveraging strengths

13:42 – What IS Blueprint CT?

17:25 – “Things inform experiences” – Items you won’t find in other stores or online

23:52 – Customized to the customer

25:28 – Where did the name “Blueprint” come from?

27:35 – Refresh-Restyle-Reimagine

35:45 – Bringing in what people like

41:00 – 3 easy (and inexpensive) design changes that make the biggest difference

44:07 – Shopping local and finding unique gifts

55:55 – Louis’ and Jena’s favorite We-Ha dish

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