MILL VILLAGE RESTORATION
I recently completed renovations to this 3 bedroom 2 bath home in Tupelo's Mill Village neighborhood. I reused as many original doors and moldings as possible, but updated the home enough to give it a modern urban feel. The house had not been lived in for 20 years, and was starting to collapse. This renovation took about 8 months from start to finish.
BREAKAST NOOK AND SALVAGED WOOD TABLE
I built this breakfast nook into our new kitchen. Benches have storage underneath. I ordered custom cushions online. The table is built from salvaged wood I found in our garage, I think it is white oak! Table base is made from galvanized pipe parts from a local hardware store.
WASTE = PRODUCT KITCHEN WORK TABLE
Replacing our old kitchen cabinets created a bunch of wood "waste". Instead of taking it to the landfill, I decided to make a butcher block work table for our kitchen. The finished product is sealed in a food grade beeswax and mineral oil finish.
MISSION HILL RENOVATION
Recently completed renovations to a two family building in the Mission Hill neighborhood of Boston. We took down walls and moved things around to achieve a more open concept. Used lots of on-site salvaged lumber and reclaimed fixtures!
RECLAIMED LUMBER PROJECTS
I LOVE with reclaimed lumber. The texture and imperfections really bring projects to life. As an added bonus, materials are kept out of the land fill!
CALIFORNIA WINTER GARDEN
The sunny side of this California home faces the neighborhood cul de sac. This landscaping project provides spaces to enjoy the sun and grow some vegetables. The addition of the entry arbor creates an area for hanging plants, and provides a little shade from the afternoon sun!