Recently, Karen and Cheryl were fortunate to appear on The Connect Show hosted by the lovely Judy Sylvia. They shared details about our services along with several experiences they’ve had with past clients. Enjoy the video here!
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Not too long ago, we had the opportunity to be on Fox 4’s The Morning Blend. Carly was a great host and we were excited to share about the services we offer for moving, downsizing, and design. Check out the video here!
Appeared in Gulfshore Business, November 2012 The rush of baby boomers and retirees into Southwest Florida bodes well for niche businesses, large scale stalwarts and the economy. After three decades in interior design, Karen Benson can spot a good fit from a mile away. Or, in one instance, 1,500 miles. When the Fort Myers resident […]
Appeared in The News Press Downsizing can be made easier with the help of a senior move manager Edie Kingsley lingered over two pages of a train schedule from Munich to Salzburg one morning in the Fort Myers apartment where she had spent three decades. Within a week, she would be downsizing from the 2,150-square […]
Appeared in Gulf Coast Business Review Karen L. Benson, owner of Karen L. Benson & Associates Interior Design and Inspire Transitions, has received her Certified Relocation and Transition Specialist (CRTS)® Certification from the Senior Transition Council, the only nationally recognized professional standards in senior move management, relocation and transition services. CRTS® is awarded to individuals […]
Appeared in The News Press Firm’s satisfaction rate has given it a steady flow of projects throughout Lee, Collier and Charlotte. Karen L. Benson sees her firm’s interior design projects as a big puzzle. She’ll take anything on, whether it’s adjusting lighting and rearranging furniture, or knocking down walls and introducing new textures and colors […]
By Gail Dolan, a member of the Naples community. Story appeared on NaplesNews.com. Karen L. Benson & Associates Interior Design is opening a new division called Inspire Transitions to help seniors downsize, move and settle into smaller residences. Read the full story.