We’ve realized we do a lot of writing about the work we do. The pieces we work on undergo a dramatic transformation, but no matter how descriptive the text, you really need to see it to understand. As they say – a picture’s worth a thousand words. So with that in mind, welcome to the first installment of our visual blog posts, which detail some of the renovations at the properties where we work.
Eastern Mennonite University:The life of college furniture can be tough, but a little love gives students a durable centerpiece for the room, while saving the school up to 80% over buying new. It doesn’t hurt that it’s sustainable also.
Boston Hyatt: Essential pieces such as this table serve many purposes, but are sometimes overlooked, both by guests and property managers. Fixing it up with new a finish and hardware will certainly help it stand out to everyone, like it should.
Kennesaw State: Drab and torn, this chair has certainly seen better days. And with our re-upholstery, those better days have come around again.
Stuffed chair: While most would give up on preserving a piece such as this, we saw a unique opportunity and made the most of it by giving this chair a whole new exterior.
Nightstand: Clearly lacking attention, this nightstand needed a ton of work, which is what it got, through new hardware, a new finish and some structural reinvigoration.
Armoire: This is a piece that may have been replaced, since it no longer met the property’s needs. Luckily these managers knew what they had (and what we could do), and now this armoire is re-engineered to support a flat panel TV.