First of all, I feel very grateful that my husband and I were able to help with the finishing touches.
It was incredibly rewarding to both of us. We found such joy in our exhaustion.:)
If you want to know all the details about the how/why of this project go to the Mitchell’s Project part 1 post.
The challenging part of this project was that I had to focus on making sure there was lots of open space (in order to be wheel chair accessible) rather than filling every space with decor items.
for SO generously donating items for me to use in the decor on this project.
This is the basement before:
So many people help make this new space possible.
My contribution was the color selections, styling and overall look.
The kitchen area is fully handicap accessible (once the plumbing fixtures are installed:).
The wall color is SW Sea Salt.
The cabinet color is SW Iron Ore and the laminate counter-top is Cafe di Pesco by Wilsonart.
All the cabinet hardware is from Ikea.
And the back splash is from Home Depot.
The “hardwood” flooring is actually tile by Florida Tile Berkshire collection.
This fully handicap accessible desk made from the original door to this basement area was ALL my husband’s doing.
I will write a full post on the how-tos of this project. I can’t get over how gorgeous it is.
The epoxy was donated by bestbartopepoxy.com.
Pollard Brothers donated the custom workbench legs, and the metal cart is from Ikea.
The gallery frames were donated by Pottery Barn, and the original signed photography was donated by KEnz etsy shop.
This simple grey and white bookcase is from Ikea, $69.
Although we weren’t able to put the full bedroom together while we were there on Saturday, I was able to hang all the fun posters from comic strips that Mitchell likes, plus a Star Wars poster for good measure.
I found the nightstand at Miracle Hill Thrift store for $20. Solid wood and made in the USA. Can’t beat that deal.
The bedding that will be used in the room are these sheets from Target,
Although Mitchell is not able to use the sofa, he did need seating for guests.
This sofa was purchased before I started working on this project.
I just added a couple pillows, end table ($20 Target clearance), a floor lamp, and the large artwork donated by Real Deals.
The gorgeous linen curtains and hardware were donated by Pottery Barn at Haywood mall.
And my dad’s company donated those huge windows. They let in SO much natural light.
And thanks to these ladies (Nancee Lee and Becca) for all your help two weekends in a row. I could not have done it without you.
If you would like to know more about my decorating services go to my business website for details.