BEFORE & AFTER!!! – These pictures were sent by local interior designer, Brian Ferguson. His 1930’s bungalow got a complete transformation and we are loving his layered, textured style against the light bright walls!
Brian told us “Opportunity is just what I saw when we first viewed the 1930s bungalow we now live in. Despite its outdated appearance and state of disrepair, there was something so charming about the house. So two years ago in July, we signed for our first home in the University of Evansville neighborhood and went to work on our new blank canvas – as blank a canvas as mauve carpets, mustard walls and years of neglect could provide. After a full six months of renovations – including a new kitchen and bathroom, refinishing hundred-year-old flooring, taking out a wall and copious amounts of paint I was able to reach the fun part… designing the space.
My love for unique chairs is what initially drew me to the designers and pieces of the mid-1900s. Mid-century inspiration, coupled with my partner’s love of collecting, sets the tone for Our space. From truly vintage to reproduction replicas, I have filled our home with one-of-a-kind pieces collected from across the Midwest that all invoke interest and masculinity.”