“‘If I did it, it would have to be exactly the way I wanted,’ she says. She already had the vision of the space and feel: a retail-oriented area, with big windows fronting a pedestrian-heavy area. If she was going to do it again, she wanted the boutique appeal of a high-end optical. ‘We decided we’d start looking to see if the space I had in mind even existed,’ she says. Read about the first stage of designing Look New Canaan at https://womeninoptometry.com/practice-designs/article/starting-fresh-with-a-specific-vision/.
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