Speaking on Business: Echelon Fine Home
Echelon Fine Home helps people of all stages of life create a beautiful living space.
This is Chris Redgrave for Zions Bank Speaking on Business.
In 2010, most people probably weren’t thinking about starting their own business with the recession still in place. After the company she was working for closed in 2009, Amy Foster Davis needed a new opportunity. So many clients were still requesting her design services that she bootstrapped her own design business and a small warehouse where she sold high-fashion furniture at budget pricing. This became the humble beginning of Echelon Fine Home, which operates from a prime location in downtown Boise.
Echelon Fine Home helps people of all stages of life create a beautiful living space, from homes to dorm rooms and apartments. They partner with over 50 vendors and some of their top brands are Four Hands, American Leather and Classic Homes. The goal for Echelon Fine Home is to streamline the creative process for your home, so it’s a combination interior design business with high-quality furniture.
Amy’s timing in opening her business in downtown Boise couldn’t have been better. In the five years since Echelon Fine Home launched, Boise has experienced impressive growth as Idaho’s capital city, which is currently the fastest-growing state in the nation.
The Echelon Fine Home team has 13 associates, including Amy and her husband and business partner Tad Davis, who has been one of her top business champions.
Visit online at www.echelonfinehome.com.
For Zions Bank, I’m Chris Redgrave, speaking on business.
Echelon Fine Home
1404 W Main St
Boise, ID 83702