Sunday, May 24, 2009

Before and After Photos


It is amazing how much a fresh coat of paint brightens a room.  We painted the walls and added a kitchen table and chairs.  We also painted the freezer.

This counter was covered in contact paper.  It was a simple project to tile it.

A fresh coat of paint and new cabinet handles cleaned the kitchen up so much, the kids kept asking us if we tiled the backsplash.


A curtain to replace the garbage bag, a new shower curtain, cube storage, and a freh coat of Moonlight yellow....we also built a box over exposed pipes coming out of the ceiling.

Intern's Bedroom

We replaced broken closet doors, added bulletin boards, bedside tables, new quilts and painted the beds and walls.

We added a unit of cubes and baskets.  The bed is off the floor enough to store things under it.

Curtains for closet doors, window seat with curtains, pillows and cushion, cube unit with baskets for storage.

Living Room

The non-working TV was thrown away leaving lots of storage, covered by curtains.  The open cubicle became pillow storage.  Big pillows can be used on the floor.

Changed the big blank wall to a giant chalkboard.  The fridge is scheduled to me moved out to the pantry.

Back corner turned into a window seat by adding cushions, pillows, curtains and a lamp.

Apartment 6

We added several cubicle units with baskets to hold smaller items.

Apartment 7

This apartment has 8 girls living in it and all of their stuff is against the kitchen wall on plastic shelves.  Armoires store it behind closed doors.

Apartment 9

One girl sleeps in this alcove, and her clothes were in the kitchen.  Curtains give her some privacy and she can keep her clothes in a dresser.

A coat of paint on the walls, curtains and new quilts...

The entrance to the apartment has a new curtain over the closet, a small table and bulletin boards.

Apartment 8

This kitchen doubles as a closet, but now a new wardrobe hides it behind closed doors.

Curtains, a cube unit and bulletin boards de-clutters this tiny alcove room.

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