It always looks worse before it looks better. At least that’s what you say to yourself when it looks like a tornado has hit your new studio.
We pulled up the carpet and the old tile underneath it. And when I say we, I don’t mean the royal “we.” However, I do mean the royal “we” when I say we took down the walls to give us one big open space. It’s exciting and scary all at the same time. It’s always nerve-racking to start any project in a 1930's building because you just don’t know what you’ll find. For example, we thought we were on to something new by putting a door into the kitchen. Turns out, there was door there before. The header and cutout was underneath the drywall all along. That was a pleasant surprise.
We have some fun design ideas for the space, so stay tuned.