Here I was able to work within the existing space and made no structural changes. The new features in this bathroom include, all new paint, a new round mirror, custom built in shelves, a custom wood slat accent wall, and all new decor and hook hardware.
These few additions made big impact in the small bathroom, and this project took only three days to complete.
This Bedroom is ever changing. I often design for the season or a specific mood. Switching out rugs, pillows, and throw blankets are the easiest way to change the look and feel of a room.
For this project i focused on creating a masculine environment with a calming feel. I used rich tranquil colors on the walls and accents of warm wood tones to balance the space, and of course some greenery is a must to complete any room.
Interior Design / Styling
Retail Space Design
Here I helped with the build and design elements. This already beautiful space needed to be reworked in order to better fit the new stores occupants brand and functionality needs. We built a new dressing room, painted, installed custom peg wall and a custom neon sign.
This Victorian Portland home was staged to sell. A lot of painting and searching for the right period appropriate furniture went into this project. This beauty was scooped up after only a few days on the market.
I helped my client with decluttering, organizing, furniture replacement, rearranging, and most importantly, getting all the essential guest amenities for Hosting on Airbnb. This Historic Portland Gem is now Ready to rent.
I provide plants for all types of spaces.
A simple project that can be completed in a days time. I turned this blank dining space into a point of interest. This is a small space that gets a lot of daily activity, so I kept it fairly simple. I added a bit of contrast with a matte black wall and some clean design features made with natural elements. The custom hanging round planters really warmed up the space.
Mini kitchen to complete a basement apartment. This kitchenette was made using 85% salvaged materials. I used an old solid core door for the countertop, and repurposed a brass bar sink. The total cost of materials/appliances came to just under $800. Half of this budget went towards the cost of the stovetop and the energy efficient mini fridge. I found almost all the salvaged materials locally at @rebuildingcenter.
These are all small home improvement projects you can do yourself.
Instead of replacing your old backsplash, one budget friendly alternative is to resurface it with Rust-oleum Tub&Tile kit. Project time: 20-40 minutes Cure time: 48-72 hours Cost: under $75
CUSTOMIZE YOUR ATTIC LATCH
This door to the attic went from boring and unloved to a fun portal to the galaxy. Project time: 2.5 Hours Cost: $30