So, as most of you know, I have been working on quite a project for work and I am SO excited to finally share it with all of you. Recently, our little agency has taken on the project of opening a recovery engagement center where people can come and meet with a recovery coach to plan their recovery from substance use! We received a very generous grant to help us open this facility and so our work began. We found the perfect building to purchase and renovate, and now that all of our work is done and Pathways Recovery Engagement Center is open I want to share it with all of you. My role in this project was doing the interior design work! Phew! What a project… major props to Joanna Gaines who does this every day.
So here is what we started with… a building in desperate need of some demolition and some love!
Seriously though… blue bathroom? No thanks! So, after a good amount of demolition, ripping up floors, knocking down walls, rebuilding, and LOTS of shopping we have this!! Thanks so much for stopping by! I hope you all enjoyed seeing a little peek into my very big project! It was so much fun and such a learning experience for me. Have a great weekend!
Wall Hangings – Hobby Lobby | Side Tables – Hobby Lobby | Cabinets – Classic Cabinets |Trim/Wainscotting Paint – Pale Oak – Benjamin Moore| Wall paint – Perfect Greige – Sherwin Williams | Furniture – Art Van Perry Collection | Dining Table and Chairs – Custom by Awesome Finds | Tan pillows – Pottery Barn | Green Pillows – Arhaus Furniture | Plants – Lowes (they have a great selection of hard to kill indoor plants!!) | Shelf under TV – Meijer ( also available on Amazon, such a great find!!) | Book Shelf – Amazon |
All of you were so sweet when I did my first home decor post about my loft that I wanted to share my bedroom decor with you! So, as you all know, I do not own my loft, I rent it! Renting can be both a blessing and a curse. My loft was move in ready, it just needed some homey touches to make it perfect! Lucky for me, my furniture and style fit PERFECTLY with the style already in the bones of this building. I’m really thinking about never moving out because of that exposed brick… so in love. As most of you saw in my loft reveal post, I went with lots of metallics, furs, and industrial glam pieces, my bedroom kind of continues that theme. Interior design is not my strength, but with my Mom’s help, I was able to make my vision for this space a reality.
When renting a space it can be super hard for you to make the space your own. I suggest that you come up with a vision of what you’d like and go from there. Don’t feel pressured to make everything look perfect right away, I’ve lived here since February and I’m still finding things to make the space look “just right.” I also highly recommend investing in some nice lamps no matter what your space looks like! Lamps give a much warmer glow than overhead lighting and really make a space feel more cozy!
As usual you can find all of my room details below. I hope y’all have a great FRIDAY and stay tuned for some super fun details of my weekend adventures. XO – Liv
Duvet Cover and Shams – Crane and Canopy | Gold Pillows – my Mom sewed these for me with fabric from Hobby Lobby | Fur Pillow – Pottery Barn |Silver Sequined Pillows – Hobby Lobby | Bed Frame – Art Van Furniture (old) similar here| Dresser – snatched this cutie from my parent’s house and gave it a makeover | Dresser Lamps – Restoration Hardware (old) | Gold Circle Tray – Hobby Lobby similar here|
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