I am amped to share the progress of a clients space I’ve been working on lately! When I first went into Ron’s apartment for a consultation I was immediately inspired by his AH-mazing coffee table (that I would give my right arm for… possibly even give up a child or two for it.) I was feeling a rustic/industrial/vintage-y vibe for his space would be perfect so that’s where we started! After I created a layout for him and he approved it, we got right to work and found the rug, sofa and decor fairly easy and in the mean time he was using his outstanding craftsmanship to fix up the room. I enjoyed working with Ron specifically because he is far more talented in woodworking than I can ever dream up to be so whatever wild idea I would come up with, he was able to put his hands to work and make it happen. Here is a before picture so you see how it all started…
He was the most go-getter human being I’ve ever had the pleasure to work with. He wanted to tackle the crown molding, sanding and painting amongst other things all on his own. Typically I wouldn’t be comfortable with that, but knowing his amazing skills, I let him get to work. I don’t think he knew exactly what he was getting into but in the end the craftsmanship made the space what it is. Crazy props to him for staying patient through it but I would say it was definitely worth it all. Wouldn’t you?
Some of the items you’ll see were actually his already and he asked for me to include them as best as I could. Let’s just take a second though and talk about my mad crush on that rug. It’s gorgeous, it’s legit and it was actually scooped up off of craigslist for a low price!
And remember that overcrowded, unfinished project? Well, would you believe me if I told you it’s a finished bed now?!
So let’s just recap the before and afters for kicks.
Well, now it’s time to start to work on his bathroom and kitchen space…
Keep your eyes open for updates!
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