This eclectic short-term rental, originally a church, was renovated with fresh paint, lighting, furnishings, and wood accents walls.
The entry was once the entrance into the church, and so it was most appropriate to add stained glass doors here. Shiplap was installed on the recessed wall to add depth.
The living room offered a challenge indeed. There are no windows and extremely high ceilings. A large two armed sconce lights up the darkest corner of the room, and shiplap was added on the fireplace to add more dimension. Floor space is minimal, so the wall mounted bookcase and narrow coffee table were perfect solutions.
In the kitchen, we built a custom eating ledge for added countertop space and coffee time. Everything you need for a weekend or an extended stay is all here.
While the bedroom does not have a large footprint, it makes a big statement. Layers of plush bedding welcome guests and a tall dresser gives extra storage who don't like living out of their suitcase.