Kitchen Tune-Up Knoxville owners Ryan and Michelle Thompson, oversaw refacing the kitchen to a Mission/Shaker style with a white and navy color scheme.
For the past two years, local residents Ryan and Michelle Thompson, owners of Kitchen Tune-Up Knoxville, have been meeting growing demands from Farragut area homeowners seeking to update and upgrade the look of their kitchens.
Kitchen Tune-Up, a national kitchen and bath remodeling company known for its signature one-day wood restoration service, serves communities throughout Farragut with customized services.
“My goal is to make kitchen updates hassle-free for homeowners,” Ryan Thompson said. “I want to show my neighbors that making a change in their kitchen can be fun and easy.
“They’ll enjoy the experience every step of the way and will start dreaming of their next home improvement project the minute we finish.”
Paola Nielsen-Lensgraf, co-owner and operator of MediSpa at Choto, 1606 Choto Markets Way, plans to open by Oct. 1
Paola Nielsen-Lensgraf and her husband, Dr. Alan Lensgraf, are opening a new business, MediSpa at Choto, at Markets at Choto.
MediSpa at Choto, expected to open by Oct. 1 at 1606 Choto Markets Way, will provide a wide range of aesthetic services: from standard massage treatments such as massage therapy, to waxing, facials, make-up applications and eyelash extensions.
“And, we will be selling retail products, so part of what we will be offering there will be top-of-the-line skin and make-up products,” Nielsen-Lensgraf said.
MediSpa at Choto also will provide chemical peels, fillers, Botox products and all types of laser services, which include body contouring.
“(MediSpa offers) everything to improve your quality of life,” she added.