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March 18th 2013 – closet

March 18th 2013 – closet

When rearranging a kids closet; it is all about accessibility for the child! We started off with sorting through all the clothes, categorized them and donate the clothes that didn’t fit anymore. Masterpieces, art work and other creations were moved to a higher shelf where they couldn’t fall down and could be enjoyed more having a nice display. Games were moved to the book cases, where they could reach themselves. The series of books he is reading...
March 18th 2013

March 18th 2013

Slowly moving through the whole house, attacking one project at a time. Last week we tackled 2 boys rooms. We got a lot of work in; cleaned the rooms, organized and categorized their toys and belongings. Repurposed one book case by changing the owner. The end result more floor space and room for the boys to play. With all the toys, books and games having their own place, cleaning up afterwards is a breeze....
March 12th 2013

March 12th 2013

Presented my designs for the Professional Office today. By changing the layout of the room, I was able to create a nook for the recliner chair. With the help of folding chairs and exciting furniture, there is now room for workshops to small groups of people. With some fresh coats of paint and an update on furnishings, this will become a very nice and relaxing space.     (Mood boards shows office with and without seating for workshops)    ...
March 8th 2013

March 8th 2013

Had a great afternoon with my client! I presented my designs for their Family Room; she accepted my drawings and we headed for the furniture store. There we took a look at single chairs, rugs and fabrics. We made our decision and items were bought on the spot.                         Here is the selection of fabrics. Although the “set” suggested the pink stripes, we decided on the green woven leaf. Which is a better match with the sofa we are going to...
March 4th 2013

March 4th 2013

What a great day for a photo shoot! More to come on this finished “Basement Project”...