Long Island Business News: Retreat at home
The COVID-19 crisis may forever transform the way we dwell.
Quarantining, remote working, and distance learning has forced us to retreat into our homes since the coronavirus outbreak began in March. Some have moved into vacation homes, while others made room for urban family members needing to escape city density as fears of the virus spread. And that’s keeping the home improvement industry busy.
While stuck at home, “people are just trying to find some sort of comfort in this chaos,” said Amy Luria, the principal of Luria Design & Style in Port Washington. And so, they are investing in renovations, expansions and redesigns as their homes are now where they live, work, learn and gather for entertainment.