Bizwatch: Worth Home |

Bizwatch: Worth Home

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Vail, CO, Colorado

Business name: Worth Home

Date opened: July, 2007

Owner: Eddy Doumas

Contact info: 0101 Fawcett Rd. Avon (Traer Creek Plaza). Phone, 949-0998, fax 949-0885

What goods or services do you provide? Worth Home offers a unique mix of sophisticated and contemporary home furnishings, accessories and original art.

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What philosophy do you follow in dealing with your customers? What can your customers expect from you? We are doing what nobody in the valley has dared to do yet, a contemporary twist on the typical “mountain style.” We pride ourselves on our fresh approach to home esthetics and our fashion forward attitude. Our customers can expect to gain a long-lasting relationship with us, coupled with quality and originality.

Tell us a little about your background, education and experience: Principal at Worth Home and owner of Worth Interiors (with offices in Vail and Palm Beach, Fla.), Eddie Doumas brings more than 18 years’ experience in design and business management to Worth. One of the few Colorado-based designers to have his work showcased in Architectural Digest, Doumas’ work has also been featured in Traditional Home, Florida Design, The Discovery Channel, the ABC Television Network, and included in Brunschwig and Fils’ latest Book; “Up Close,” and was selected by an international panel of judges for the 2007 Andrew Martin’s Designer Review, which lists the top designers globally.

What is the most humorous thing that has happened at your business since you opened? We find it quite amusing that items we originally purchased as props in our store have become some our best sellers. We have ended up selling dead aspen tree installations, battery operated chirping birds, and petrified mushrooms.

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