Sid Dickens Retirements for 2017

Calling all Sid Dickens fans! Every year, Sid Dickens retires tiles that no longer fit in the larger collection. When these tiles are retired, they instantly gain value and collectibility.

 

Sid Dickens

Sid Dickens

This year, Gameboards, Tablets, and more are retiring forever on June 30th. Take a look at the tiles selected for retirement in 2017 and stop by CoCo Milano’s showroom to add them to your collection before they are gone.

The following items have been selected for retirement in 2017:

Gameboards and Tablets

Gameboards and Tablets

Sid Dickens

The Religious Collection

Sid Dickens

Sid Dickens

Retiring Memory Blocks

T-317 Tattoo

Tattoo

T-317 Tattoo

Love leaves
a beautiful mark on the soul.
Bold and indelible.

T-319 Rosarium

Rosarium

T-319 Rosarium

A sacred garden
tended with love.

T-322 Shadowplay

Shadowplay

T-322 Shadowplay

Darkness plays with light,
a delicate partnership.

T-325 Chivalry

Chivalry

T-325 Chivalry

To be kinder, greater,
more brave than is possible.

T-378 Masquerade

Masquerade

T-378 Masquerade

Chameleon of the sea;
we reveal who we are
in the moments we trust.

T-382 Curiosity

Curiosity

T-382 Curiosity

Guiding me through the waters,
unique as you are free:
My sweet friend,
where are you leading me?

These tiles are available for purchase immediately. Don’t miss out – stop by CoCo Milano’s showroom today to order these tiles before they are gone forever!

Cheers!

Denise, Cathi

& the CoCo Milano’s design team!

Design Faux Pas (Almost) Everyone Makes

At CoCo Milano’s, we have seen trends come and go and more than our fair share of design mistakes and disastrous décor combinations. Over the years, we have compiled a list of the most common design faux pas we see. If you feel that despite your best efforts, your home just isn’t coming together the way you imagined, take a look at this list. Chances are, a small tweak will make everything fall into place. Here are a few faux pas to look out for in your home:

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CoCo Milano’s

Rooms Lacking in Character

Your home should reflect your personality and your tastes. Add unexpected artwork or a family momento to bring a layer of interest to your space and to tell your story by displaying décor that truly speaks to you and your unique style.

 

CoCo Milano's

CoCo Milano’s

Too Small or Too Big

Everything in your room should scale with the size of the room. A too-small rug, for example, can make the room feel empty and diminish the cozy vibe and luscious layers of texture that a beautiful area rug can add to a room. A good rule of thumb is to measure the space between furniture to ensure that every piece of furniture touches the rug. This way, the rug acts as an island that pulls the room together. Alternatively, furniture that is too large can make a room feel small and cramped. Striking the right balance of size for each room will make your home look balanced.

 

CoCo Milano's

CoCo Milano’s

Art Hung Too High

Art hung too high can make an entire room feel off-center and makes it difficult to actually enjoy the piece, itself. We suggest hanging art five feet from the floor to the center of the piece in order to get the best view of the artwork and to make the room feel balanced. This same rule applies to a gallery wall of photos. Center your gallery wall around the five foot mark for an even and beautiful space.

 

CoCo Milano's

CoCo Milano’s

Not Paying Attention to Detail

Giving the details of your environment the attention they deserve will make your home look polished. Style your coffee table with books, decorative vases, greenery, or a beautiful chess set. Hide electrical cords and replace old and yellowing electrical outlets. Swap out basic lighting for statement light fixtures that fit with the décor of your room. Small changes like these go a long way in defining the overall feel of your space.

 

CoCo Milano's

CoCo Milano’s

Making Big Changes Without a Strategic Plan in Place

Starting a big design project in your home without first laying out a timeline, identifying clear goals for the aesthetic of the space, or determining a budget is like building a home without first laying the foundation. Sure, the planning side of a design project is not the most exciting or most glamorous part of the design process, but without it, you will run into roadblocks that you never anticipated.

That’s where CoCo Milano’s comes in. Let us take care of the details and use our knowledge and expertise to sidestep the many design faux pas we see time and time again. You tell us your vision and we will make it come to life. Call us today to set up a consultation with our design team.

Cheers!

Denise, Cathi

& the CoCo Milano’s Design Team!

Decorating for St. Patrick’s Day

It is that time of year again when everyone and everything turns green – and we aren’t just talking about spring flowers! Whether you are hosting a St. Patrick’s Day party or simply feeling lucky, go green with CoCo Milano’s on St. Patrick’s Day with this pot o’ golden decorating ideas inspired by the vibrant shades of the Emerald Isle:

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Green Floral Arrangements

Green is the classic color of spring, yet we rarely see green make its way into a bouquet unless it is through a stem or a leaf. This season, make green the center of your floral arrangement by combining different shades of green to prove that the color is worthy of its own display. Add pops of white with hydrangeas or white tulips for a fresh, gorgeous centerpiece to complement a traditional meal of Irish stew and corned beef and cabbage.

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Leprechaun Treasures

Irish folklore tells us that leprechauns are enchanted by locales where they can hide their many treasures. Create a leprechaun retreat in your home with lush green plants and mossy décor. Most importantly, add a touch of gold to your centerpiece for a little sparkle and a creative take on Irish lore. 

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Emerald Isle Fruits and Vegetables

Use artichokes, limes, Granny Smith apples, ornamental kale, and lemon leaf greenery along with green-tinted blooms for a vibrant and fresh look. Source your materials from the grocery store for a unique alternative to a traditional bouquet. 

Table Decor

Green Essentials

No dinner party is complete without plates, serving platters, and napkins that fit your theme. Stop by CoCo Milano’s showroom today to find everything you need to infuse your party with the luck o’ the Irish. Then, raise your glass of Irish whiskey or a pint of Guinness to celebrate the luckiest day of the year in style!

Cheers!

Denise, Cathi

& the CoCo Milano’s design team!

Dyana Hesson Named 2017 Master of the Southwest Award Winner

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Dyana Hesson, 2017 Master of the Southwest Award Winner

At CoCo Milano’s, we are privileged to work with many talented local artists and designers. One of those artists, Dyana Hesson, was recently selected by Phoenix Home and Garden as the 2017 Master of the Southwest Award Winner.

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“Beauty and the Beast, Agave and Primrose,” oil on canvas, 30”H by 40”W

The Phoenix Home and Garden Masters of the Southwest award winners are the best of the best in their chosen field. Award winners are selected from the immense pool of extremely talented Arizona design professionals and artisans. Each winner uses their talent to enhance the homes of Arizona and beyond.

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Photo by David B. Moore

Dyana Hesson and her stunning botanical still life paintings are featured in the March 2017 issue of Phoenix Home and Garden. In the article, Denise Milano reacts to Hesson’s win, stating “Dyana’s paintings stop you in your tracks—that’s the reaction we see often as customers enter our shop.” Read the entire article to learn more about Hesson’s artwork here.

“Rooted and Established in Love,” oil on canvas, 60″H by 40″W

Visit CoCo Milano’s today to see Hesson’s giclées in our showroom and fall in love with her bold and beautiful work! 

 

Cheers!

Denise, Cathi

& the CoCo Milano’s design team!

Our Favorite Design Trends of 2017

With a new year comes new trends in home décor. At CoCo Milano’s, we are always looking for the hottest trends to help you create your dream space. Here are a few new design trends that we are loving so far this year:

Warm Whites

In 2017, we’ve noticed a shift away from the crisp, cool white of years past and a move toward a more natural and organic white. This shade of warm white-meets-taupe creates a cozy vibe in your home that will feel fresh all year long.

House Beautiful

House Beautiful

Butterflies

This year, butterflies are making their way into our homes. This symbol of buoyancy, optimism, and grace can be found in artwork, fabric, and even wallpaper and adds a luxurious, elegant touch to any room.

Sid Dickens Metamorphosis

Sid Dickens

Navy Accents

In 2017, navy is the new black. As a modern color with a traditional feel, navy pairs beautifully with almost every color scheme and is the perfect color choice for accent walls or statement pieces around your home.

Parade of Homes

Parade of Homes

Artisanal Décor

In 2017, designers are moving away from the shabby chic décor that dominated our Pinterest boards and home interiors for the past few years. Artistic statement pieces such as blown glass and porcelain are adding a touch of refinement to our homes this year. If you are looking for beautiful, trendy décor to elevate your environment in the new year, stick to artisanal designs over recycled wood.

Jan Barboglio

Jan Barboglio

Emerald Green Tones

We are seeing emerald green tones everywhere this year. Bright, exciting colors like this add life to your home but there is always the chance that a color this trendy won’t stand the test of time. To make this trend feel timeless, choose a subtle hue and incorporate it into your design through tasteful, chic pops of color.

CoCo Milano's

CoCo Milano’s

If you are as excited as we are about the hottest design trends of 2017 so far, stop by CoCo Milano’s today to browse our collection of artisanal décor or set up a consultation with a designer to revitalize your home.

Cheers!

Denise, Cathi

& the CoCo Milano’s Design Team!

Jumpstart Your Spring Cleaning Routine

Kitchen Counters

Elle Decor

Every February after Punxsutawney Phil sees his shadow and burrows back underground for another six weeks, we start to feel the effects of cabin fever. At CoCo Milano’s, we believe that the best way to freshen up your home and your life is by getting an early start on spring cleaning and organizing. You’d be amazed at how quickly your home can go from hideout to haven just by making a few changes.

One of the easiest changes you can make is banishing the clutter from your countertops. It seems like every time we throw out the junk mail, the mess creeps back up on us within a week. The solution? Create a storage system for all that mail. Sort your mail into categories using a chic envelope sorter. Label the sorter with the categories that make the most sense for you. We suggest including a place for bills, RSVP/correspondence, and other important information. By devoting one place in your home to all that paper, you eliminate the extra mess and clear your countertops.

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Jones Design Company

What about the rest of the clutter in your home? Invest in stylish baskets, bins, and trays to makeover your storage and organize your home. Use pops of color to create a fresh look and liven up your living area.

The Every Girl

The Every Girl

Don’t forget about the clutter inside your cupboards and closets. Organizing your home means making decisions about what you actually need and what is just taking up space. We suggest emptying your cabinets so you can get a good look at everything you have. If you didn’t remember that you had it or you haven’t used it in over a year, get rid of it.

Real Simple

Real Simple

Finally, take a step back and inventory your home. Focus on one room at a time and try to picture your home as a spread in a magazine. What looks out of place? We tend to feel emotionally attached to all of the things in our home and as a result, the clutter starts to stack up. By looking at your environment with a fresh pair of eyes, you begin to see those things in your home that aren’t contributing to your overall happiness. If you want to take it a step further, move the furniture around and clear the room as much as possible so you can imagine it without clutter and then begin to edit the room back together using the best and most beautiful pieces you own.

Elle Decor

Elle Decor

At CoCo Milano’s, we believe you deserve to live in your own unique haven and we have the experts and the tools to help you create that haven. If you are feeling overwhelmed by the clutter in a room or in your entire home, we will send a team to you to help you organize your space and create the environment you deserve. Call us to set up a consultation with a designer today.

 

Cheers!

Denise, Cathi

& the CoCo Milano’s Design Team!

Getting to Know the CoCo Milano Family

CoCo Milano’s is a family based business.  With these interviews, we hope you will gain a better understanding of what we do here and our commitment to you, and hope you will always feel welcome and comfortable in the store.  We all have a passion for what we do and know that this will help us to serve you as our clients better.  We will go out of our way to give you the best experience possible.  We’re not just a team here at CoCo’s, we’re a family.  And we want you to be a part of our family, too!

We hope you have enjoyed getting to know us on a personal level, and hope this has helped you feel like you have a friend at CoCo’s. We appreciate all of you and would love for you to come in so we can get to know you better, too.  We look forward to seeing you soon!

Karen

Karen Hengst

Tell us about yourself…

I was born in Illinois, but consider myself practically a native Arizonan since my family relocated to AZ when I was one years old.  I spent the majority of my youth growing up in Mesa, graduating from Mesa High and then later Mesa Community College. My sister and I became best friends with Denise Milano, one of the co-owners of CoCo Milano’s when we were right out of high school. It’s been a treasured friendship for over 30 years for which I will be forever thankful. I had an opportunity to work alongside Denise when we were both Beauty Advisors for Estee Lauder in the early 90’s. I met my husband, Mark in 1989, moved away to San Diego where we lived for five years and married in early 1998. Family bought us back to AZ in late 1998, and once again, I was able to work alongside of Denise as a make up artist for Yves Saint Laurent Beauty at Saks Fifth Avenue in Phoenix. In 2003, my husband and I made a move to Los Angeles to pursue my husband’s dream of acting. I continued to work for Yves Saint Laurent Beauty as a make up artist for Neiman Marcus in Beverly Hills and through my connections there, became a make up artist to celebrities such as Heather Locklear, Tanya Tucker, Jane Seymour, Catherine Bach to name a few. After spending nearly 15 years away from my family in AZ, and now going through a divorce, I have found the place I want to be is back in Mesa, AZ. Although I have always enjoyed make up artistry, I love retail sales and building relationships with people. In fact,it has always been my heart’s desire to work alongside of my dear friend Denise again. So, when I learned of an opening at CoCo Milano’s as the Store Manager, accepting the opportunity filled me with great joy. I now feel blessed to be surrounded by such great friends, who happen to be my coworkers and kind and caring clients in such an aesthetically beautiful work place. It is a dream come true.

 

What inspires & influences you and your work? 
Cathi Sabin and Denise Milano, co-owners of CoCo Milano’s and the entire design team each possess a genuine desire to not only please their clients but to far exceed their clients’ expectations in everything that they do. I am truly inspired by their keen attention to detail and their wide range of artistic talents with their main focus always being on customer satisfaction. I also love the fact that we promote and support local artists.
 Aside from having a passion for what you do, what do you like to do in your free time?
In my free time, I enjoy running, walking, hiking, rollerblading and  doing just about anything that allows me to be outside in the warm sunshine. I have always found volunteering with Hospice and nursing homes very rewarding and hope to do that again once I get myself settled here in AZ.

 

Cheyenne

Tell us about yourself…

I was born and raised in Arizona. I started as an intern at CoCo Milano’s in 2013. Within a few short weeks I was hired as a design assistant and have been working my way up to interior designer ever since.  I recently graduated college with a Bachelors in Interior Design. Also this year, my husband Brandon and I bought our first home, and in January welcomed our new baby boy, Barrette James, to our little family.  Needless to say, we had a very eventful year!  We also have two sweet fur babies, Rambo and Pearl, and two small turtles, Leo and Leah.  We have a very full and happy life.

 How did you get into design?

As far as I can remember, I’ve always had an interest in Interior Design. Whether it be reading about architecture, space planning my room over and over again, or sketching floor plans in my notebooks. When it came to High School electives I would always lean towards any art class I could take, and was able to go to The East Valley Institute of Technology for Interior Design. Which then just confirmed that I would be continuing on to college to get my degree and pursue a career in Interior Design.
What inspires & influences you and your work? 

 I believe I can find inspiration from anywhere, but I absolutely love finding inspiration in the  architectural details of historic structures as well as classical pieces. I personally love the classic furnishings with their beautiful lines that honor artistry and workmanship. I believe that by keeping the style simple it leaves the luxury to the details of the space, such as the furniture and accessories.

Do you have a favorite part of what you do? 

Can I say, everything? That’s one of the great things about working at CoCo Milano’s.  Everything we do, we have to be creative. I love staging vignette, finding that perfect piece for the client, custom florals, and organizing the new fabrics that come in, just to name a few.

 Aside from having a passion for what you do, what do you like to do in your free time?

I like spending time with family and friends, going to the beach, and enjoying the outdoors. However, now that we have a little one, I’ll be spending the majority of my time with him!

 

Cheers!

Denise, Cathi &

the CoCo Milano’s Design Team!

 

CoCo Milano’s: Getting to Know our Team

We hope you are enjoying getting to know our design team. Though we have just a few more interviews, we hope you feel like you know us on a more personal level when you come into the store.

 

Tina Turner

Tina Turner

Tell us about yourself…

I’m a transplant from Maryland where I lived for 25 years, so I have only been in Arizona for about 18 months and I love it!  I spent a career in the Air Force and have since switched gears into the Interior Design field.  I’ve been at CoCo’s now for a year, mainly working interior design and managing the design center. I have two sons, Cory an Architect in the DC area and Dylan a student at Roanoke College in Virginia.  I also have two fur babies Dexter and Daisy.

How did you get into Interior Design?

After the Air Force, I worked as a government contractor and decided I really wanted to do something more fulfilling and geared towards my passion of design.  I went back to school and proud to say you can teach an old dog new tricks.   

What inspires & influences you and your work?

Everything inspires me!! Arizona is so beautiful, open, and inspires healthy living which in-turn influences me to fresh and clean design.  I’m a little sponge and take in a lot of my surroundings and I feel that translates into my work whether I’m choosing fabrics, space planning, choosing accessories, ect…

What do you love most about working at CoCo Milano’s?

I’ll try and narrow it down to just a few… I always say it’s like Christmas everyday here!  It’s so much fun to see all the client orders come in and getting new merchandise for the boutique… I love when new fabric books come in, so exciting to see all the new looks. I also love working with the clients on their projects…it’s so fun meeting new people and working together to create something awesome!

Aside from having a passion for what you do, what do you like to do on your free time?

I enjoy reading and movies…I would like to get into the hiking scene here in the desert.  I enjoy spending time with my pups! I’ve also just moved to midtown Phoenix so there’s some fixing up my new place and exploring the city!

 

Missy Glover

Missy Glover

Tell us about yourself…

I was born and raised in Arizona, where I also raised my four children. I have an awesome grandson, who is five years old and so much fun!

How did you come to get the position you have now at CoCo Milano’s?

I was approached by Denise about coming to work for her several years ago when she first started the business. I was unable to take the position at that time. I ran into her at a social function a couple years ago and she was looking for someone… So here I am!

How has this job shaped you into who you are now?

I have always been a creative person and people pleaser by nature, so this career has become the perfect fit for me.

Do you have a favorite part of what you do?

One of my favorite aspects of the job is our Christmas decor. It is a lot of fun decorating clients homes and the shop for the holidays. Even if its not Christmas, I always enjoy staging the store for  the different seasons.

Aside from having a passion for what you do, what do you like to do on your free time?

When I am not working, I enjoy spending time with my family. I love hiking, biking, and eating out with my husband.

We hope you have a wonderful week!

Cheers!

Denise, Cathi, & the CoCo Milano’s Design Team!

Getting to Know the CoCo Milano’s Design Team

Most of you may know all of us by now but we thought you might want to know a little more about who we are and what we do here at CoCo Milano’s.

 

Amanda Billings

Amanda Billings 
Tell Us About Yourself…

I am an Arizona Girl, born and raised in the East Valley! I have had the pleasure of growing up at CoCo Milano’s. I started here as an intern in 2007 and have been working my way up to “Interior Designer” ever since. During my time at CoCo’s I got married to my wonderful husband Zack and have had two amazing kids, Emmett and Jackson. 

How did you get into design?

Design started for me at a young age… I remember being in elementary school and being fascinated with architecture. I was always into puzzles and creating things, so when it came time to choose and elective in high school I chose Interior Design, and I loved it! So, I continued my journey through college and now into my career. I was always told that if you love something you can be successful at it, so I went for it and haven’t looked back! 

What inspires & influences you and your work?

I am constantly being inspired by the world around me! Each time I start a project I find out what the client loves and let that become my inspiration! Whether it is old world architecture or a quirky family heirloom I harness it and let the fun begin! I also enjoy seeing the new fabrics and materials being released, this helps me to advise my clients on how to achieve their look, while being current and timeless. 

Do you have a favorite part of what you do?

This is a tough question, because I am fortunate to love what I do. I love to put together the design, then see it all come to fruition! Making my clients visions come to life is very rewarding. I am a hands on person, I love doing floral arrangements! This is a fun and creative outlet for me.

Aside from having a passion for what you do, what do you like to do on your free time?

Lets just say I’m always up for an adventure! I grew up riding motocross, backpacking, and exploring. I have a minor in anthropology so I am a bit of a history buff. Any chance to get out and travel or see and do new things is well received!

Gina Hamel

Gina Hamel 

Tell Us About Yourself…

I’m originally from Montana but have lived here in Arizona for 33 years and have been working at CoCo Milano’s for 3 years now.

How did you get to the position you have now?

My dear friend Jamie told me about a position here at CoCo Milano’s. I started part time on the sales floor and helping Jamie with any painting projects she needed help on. Coming to CoCo’s every day, loving what I was doing, and being part of a great team just made me want to stay longer, so I eventually became full time and have loved it ever since.

 

Do you have a favorite part of what you do?

I love getting familiar with all aspects of the job. Although, I must say my favorite part is Christmas time. I love decorating for the holidays, especially for our clients.

Aside from having a passion for what you do, what do you like to do on your free time?

I enjoy yoga and exercise in my free time. However coming this spring I hope to be spending more of that free time by snuggling with my new grandbaby.

 

CoCo Milano’s : Get to Know Our Team

The entire month of January we are dedicating our blog to getting to know our team.

Most of you may know all of us by now but we thought you might want to know a little more about who we are and what we do here at CoCo Milano’s. What better way to do that then to interview the team one by one!

Of course we have to start off our interviews with the two most important people at CoCo Milano’s, the ones who run the show, Cathi Sabin & Denise Milano.

 

 

Denise Milano

Denise Milano 

 

Tell us a little about yourself…

I was born in the bay area of California and moved to the Midwest where I attended high school and college.  At the age of 21, I moved to Arizona and worked at various high-end department stores because I enjoyed helping others and interacting with people, which a retail sales job afforded. I even spent three years as a flight attendant at America West Airlines. I have been married to my husband, Mike, for 23 years, and we have a wonderful son named Christian.  However, I always had a passion for interior design. That passion turned into a reality when I founded CoCo Milano’s in November of 2005. The boutique and design studio bear the name of “CoCo” our fur baby!

How did you get into design?

As long as I can remember, I have had a love for interior design. I remember always wanting to reinvent our home growing up and constantly rearranging the furniture. I would even envision different ways to change up the interiors of friends’ homes when I would visit them. It seems that everywhere I would go, albeit a restaurant, office, or home, I would imagine how I could improve upon the space. It wasn’t until we opened Coco Milano’s 2005 when my work and passion merged…and the rest is history.

What inspires & influences you and your work?

I have a great appreciation for and have been inspired by other designers’ work and creativity.  For example, I love the traditional work of Bunny Williams. I also love the eclectic works of Jean-Louis Deniot, to name just a couple of today’s designers. I also get a lot of inspiration from the rich history of interior design throughout the ages.

Do you have a favorite part of what you do?

Being creative is my favorite part!  I really enjoy the bond that is created when I am working with one of my clients in their home. I love taking a project from bare bones to a fabulous space.  The best part is when your client loves it even more then you do!

A side from having a passion for what you do, what do you like to do in your free time?

Believe it or not, I take my work home with me and have a never-ending list of projects of my own that keep me busy.  I love spending time with my family and friends and taking in the arts and all that Arizona has to offer as often as I can! I am happiest when I am in my creative element.

 

 

Cathi Sabin

Cathi Sabin

 

Tell us a little about yourself…

I was raised in Scottsdale, AZ with five siblings and have lived here most of my life. My parents owned Tempe Marine and worked long hours until retiring.  I guess the small business thing was in my blood. I am married to Mike, have three children and two beautiful grand daughters. I enjoy many hours with my family. We live in Las Sendas and enjoy many friends within our community.

How long have you been with CoCo Milano’s now?

I became a partner with Denise in 2011, this year will make six years. I am the operations manager, I handle the day to day operations such as marketing and advertising. I strive to create a pleasant and productive work place where we can work as a team to become a well known and respected company in the design community.

What inspires and influences you and your work?

I wouldn’t say I have an “influence” per say, I would say I am motivated by goals. I’m a list person. I actually can’t go to bed without making a list of things I need to get done in the morning or checking off things I have accomplished. I like setting goals, I set three month goals, six month goals, nine month goals and of course yearly. Some of them will be challenging, but I rarely come up short.

Do you have a favorite part of what you do here at CoCo Milano’s?

My Favorite project is the Christmas party we put together each year. I enjoy creating something special for our customers, a special time that we can not only show our customers how much we appreciate them, put also get to know them on a more personal level.

 

Aside from having a passion for what you do, what do you like to do in your free time?

In my spare time I like photography, cooking and to take day trips.

I like to travel and take day trips around Arizona. On my trips I love to take pictures of the scenery, and I love photography in general. I also enjoy cooking and baking for my friends and family.

(In fact you can see some of Cathi’s photography in our store on canvases, mouse pads and metal art boards!)

 

That is our insider on two members of our team here at CoCo Milano’s. We will continue this month to interview two designers each week, so don’t forget to check back here next week to get the inside scoop.

Cheers!

Denise, Cathi &

the CoCo Milano’s Design Team!

 

Our Philosophy

"We look for things that are both classic and different. We want to offer our customers their own distinct interior design that is second to none."

~Denise Milano

Coco Milano’s Can Help

Whether you want help with In Home Design Consultation Services, exquisite Floral Arrangements, or Holiday and Party Decorating... CoCo Milano’s can help you transform your home or space into the environment you desire!

Call (480) 641-2626 to setup a consultation with a designer today.

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The CoCo Milanos showroom is located in the Village at Las Sendas:

2837 North Power Rd Suite 104
Mesa, Arizona 85215

Phone: (480) 641-2626

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