Listen to NY’s Little Elves Elf-in-Chief, Sabrina Fierman, be interviewed on CORE Conversations, the Real Estate firm’s podcast that discusses business, culture & people involved in NYC’s Real Estate world.
Elite home cleaning is all about the details. In her recent Stribling’s New York radio interview, New York’s Little Elves’s Sabrina Fierman continually emphasizes the importance of trust with her clients. She also shares expert cleaning techniques and states that the Elves “are a hurricane when it comes to thoroughness, leaving every surface sparkling.” Click below…Continue Reading
New York’s Little Elves has co-sponsored a short film produced by SilverLining Interiors, Townhouse, that details their meticulous planning and flawless execution of a truly stunning historic Manhattan townhouse renovation, for which Elves also provided post-renovation cleaning services. Townhouse is a rare opportunity to go behind the scenes and tour a complete gut transformation of a grand 1800’s Romanesque Revival NYC townhome. We’re honored to have been a part of this inspiring project.
Find out the weekend habits all highly organized people have from New York’s Little Elves own Sabrina Fierman on My Domaine. Get the inside scoop as Sabrina shares expert home cleaning advice to avoid the weekend cleaning crunch with her time saving tips on the popular lifestyle site.
Sabrina Fierman, Vice-president, New York’s Little Elves By Stephen Milioti Published Nov 4, 2014 What are your top cleaning tips? De-clutter every day. Don’t keep anything that isn’t beautiful, useful, or necessary. It’s harder and takes longer to clean around clutter. Also, clean a little every day. After you shower, squirt a couple of…Continue Reading
As a thank you to their dedicated and high-end clientele, New York’s Little Elves with SilverLining Interiors and The Ruffled Window hosted designers and industry friends to the Time Warner Building for cocktails, conversation and stunning views of the New York City skyline last Thursday evening. The Ruffled Window founder Robin Feuer, SilverLining Interiors President…Continue Reading
With a Whoosh and a Zoom: Cleaning Tools To some, cleaning house means making a casual tour with the vacuum and taking a few jabs at the toilet with a soapy brush. Not Sabrina Fierman. As vice president of New York’s Little Elves, a cleaning firm used by many designers and contractors, she takes the…Continue Reading
A Well-Made Bed to Lie In OUTSIDE of boarding schools, the military and mothers, few pay attention to proper bed making. Once you live on your own, your sheets can stay rumpled for days (and do, for many of us). Still, there’s an art to making a bed, or at least that was the message…Continue Reading
The $4,000 Spring Cleaning I can think of a zillion fun ways to blow $4,000. I’m dreaming about a fancy, four-week vacation—with a personal porter to carry my iPhone. Or 388 stacks of pancakes at Café Luluc. Maybe a house in Detroit. Or how about…a really, really, really clean kitchen. I mean, super-duper clean. So…Continue Reading
Scrub the Halls: Neat Freaks Shine at Holiday Time FOR most of us, the holiday season is a time of lists. There are wish lists, shopping lists, naughty and nice lists. But way down on the litany of to-do is one particular item that many find as offputting as coal in a Christmas stocking: clean…Continue Reading
Down & Dirty: Cleaning house the old-fashioned way BY Jason Sheftell DAILY NEWS REAL ESTATE CORRESPONDENT Maria Arateaga of New York’s Little Elves cleaning service. When you’re at least two to three times the price of companies that claim to do the same thing, you better be good. When it’s a house- cleaning service in…Continue Reading