Shorewood Project Status

Over the last month I've been working on updating a Craftsman bungalow in Shorewood, WI. My clients hired me to transform the quaint house into a bold industrial-inspired space. Right now, I'm busy dealing with shipping and receiving the final items for the house, but I wanted to give you all a look at the progress made so far. 

To take the home from Craftsman to Industrial, the first thing I did was change the color palette from beiges, baby blues and bright greens to grays and denim blues from Sherwin Williams. The paint colors used are below - 

Another main feature that I changed in the house was getting rid of faux granite laminate counter tops and replacing them with a concrete finish. I used this concrete treatment throughout the house to cohesively tie everything together (a concrete headboard here, a concrete lamp there). Nothing screams industrial like concrete paneling, so the image on the bottom right is a concrete panel headboard. I can't wait to shoot this space when the bedroom furniture has been moved in.   

Almost all of the furniture for this house had to be purchased, so I stuck with items that brought in reclaimed wood, distressed metal, burlap and sleek prints. You can find the bench and floor lamp from the image below in my shop.

Something not yet shown is all of the light fixtures are being replaced, as are the faucets in the bathroom and kitchen. Since some items are on back order, I should have final photography up on my blog in mid-December. 

Need help selecting the perfect industrial piece for your home? Contact me today >> jerricazaricdesign@gmail.com