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This spare bedroom was an afterthought filled with mismatched hand-me-downs and this Entrepreneur and Mimi was ready to make it her own.  With gorgeous punchy paint updates and flooring laid at the horizontal, simple furniture updates made this overlooked room now the most stylish place to side hustle. Ever the fashionista, we used one wall to display her favorite line of purses for personalized art. Repurposed antiques are used to organize her supplies. 

Spare Bedroom Turned Office

Star Wars Media Room

Media room design ideas Star Wars

The “force” was strong with the movie-loving family when they decided to outfit their media room with their favorite flick.

Why make a media room typical when you can make it magical?  We painted the walls black, found vintage-looking artwork and pop art, then commissioned a lit sign for their favorite quote from the movie. It is now their family’s favorite spot to watch their favorite movie over and over. 

Hand-painted 2 Story Mural

This Irish bachelor moved to a Downtown Dallas loft and was surrounded by pink. He called me needing a drastic change saying that pink was not his color. 

This drab, girly loft got a major dose of Rockstar Cool when we commissioned a local Deep Ellum artist to depict the client’s favorite hobby.

1970’s Ranch House Bath Redo

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Discarded Bedroom to DIY Grandkid’s Playroom

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This extra room was am overflow room for cast-off furniture. No one used it and they usually kept the door shut. Since her grandkids consisted of boys and girls, we transformed this humble room so much that it is hard to believe it is the same space.With DIY Firetruck and Dollhouse beds, a reading nook, a swing and tons of toys, now the kids won’t leave her house!

Farmhouse Breakfast Nook Update

In historic houses built at a certain time, shiplap is underneath the drywall. Sure enough, this kitchen nook was instantly brightened when we revealed the hidden shiplap then freshened it with a coat of paint. Updated lighting was the only other touch needed to make turn this once drab nook into a new dining destination. 

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gallery wall ideas

Hallway Dead Space transformed into Study Nook

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Living Room Update

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Modern Vintage Farmhouse Rustic Interior Design Dallas Living Room

Blue shag carpeting. When the first thing you notice about a living room is the stained blue shag carpeting, you might have your work cut out for you. When I designed this living room, I took the shape of the room to create interest by using the height and adding molding. A soothing deep paint showcases the thoughtfully curated gallery wall. Updated Lighting, furniture, and accessories bring this eyesore to a thing of beauty. 

Guest Bedroom to Playroom

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The simplest spare bedroom always has untapped potential to be so much more. To unleashed it, to the short celling was transformed with navy paint to draw the eye up and make the room appear bigger. The small window became a window seat with cheery pillows and curtains. The brightly colored graphic art is an encouragement for this once forgotten guest bedroom to become a place for grandkids to explore. 

Builder Grade Dining to Custom Look

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People aren’t always sure they need a designer, and this before and after in Waxahachie, Texas shows the difference it makes. 

This room was “officially” finished. I mean, there was a light and a table, right?

The homeowners knew it was a little bare, but thought it was nice. It had the items the room needed. 

Yet the finish out is light-years from the original room. 

Do you have a formal dining room?

Isn’t it nuts what a difference the finish out makes? 

What do you notice from the before and after?