AFTER six years of success in Forbes, Rebecca Dunkley hopes interiors business K&H Interiors will make a positive leap to Orange.
Mrs Dunkley, one of the business's interior designers, opened the second shopfront in Endsleigh Avenue a week ago, inside the former Frockwork Orange premises.
The business helps clients design kitchens and bathrooms in 3D and also supplies curtains, blinds and custom rugs, with a construction team on hand.
"There were a few jobs we had in Orange and we did know there was a bit of a void in the services here - there's people who do small things from home, but no one with a shopfront," she said.
Mrs Dunkley said helping clients achieve their dream homes was a "very personal process".
"You do begin to know the client quite well and seeing the end result is great," she said.
Drinks on tap
RECENTLY returned from a trip around Australia, Al and Jenna Hattersley decided to jump into the family business.
Mr Hattersley's brother runs the Fizz Fellas in Sydney, offering beer, prosecco and even cocktails on tap from the back of a Piaggio Ape, a tiny three-wheeled vehicle modelled on a vespa scooter.
He said he often received requests from west of the Blue Mountains.
"He didn't have the time to get there so we'll start operating at functions around here," Mr Hattersley said.
The duo started on the weekend for Emus Rugby Club's ladies day.
Mr Hattersley, who already runs MBC Finance, said it would be his fun weekend job.
"It's just something different," he said.
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