Sunday, August 3, 2014

From boring phone station to artsy computer station - My Altered State

 From boring phone station to artsy computer station - Altered States, featured on ILoveThatJunk.com

From boring phone station to artsy computer station, this nook redo transformed ho hum into an inspiring work of art!

Pauline's passion is working with reclaimed wood. So she set about creating a one of a kind computer station, utilizing what inspires her most.

The amazing wall art is created from chunks of moulding cut into mini frames, then fit together. Isn't it amazing?!

She also has a passion for vaulted ceilings, so she created a mini version of her own where none existed before. Clever!

The before / From boring phone station to artsy computer station - Altered States, featured on ILoveThatJunk.com

Remember these little low riding desks? You'll note one bank of drawers was removed for more space, as well as elevating the height of the desktop. I love the gap that was left for paper storage.

Can you believe this was the before? I love the way she thinks!

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6 comments :

  1. Donna,
    Wow! What an honor to be featured here! Thanks for the love. :) I'm glad you appreciate the little space for papers on the left. This area wouldn't be a true expression of myself if I didn't have at least one element that embraced my habit of "stuffing papers that accumulate", out of sight. (Where are they coming from!!?)

    Thank you Donna

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  2. Way to go Pauline! I really like the way it all pulled together with the major mods. The moulding piece is a showstopper!

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    1. Thanks Brian. I love the feedback, its very motivating :)

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  3. Wow! That is an amazing transformation! My Altered State did a great job! I love the ceiling tins. She is truely talented. I love it!

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