I've been crazy busy, then sick, then tired, and now I think I'm back on track here. Finally! I hate been sick it's such a drag, but laying around certainly gave me enough time to dwell on our soon-to-be gutted upstairs remodel project. Contractor comes in a couple weeks. Remember the mess I have to clean out before we gut it?...
Well, I was thinking...when we finally finish the space, what can I do to make this space unique and have that bungalow charm that I love so much? In a space like this that has practically zero vertical wall space, the focus will be on ceilings and floors. I love the character of the old hardwood floors so those will stay and get refinished. But the ceiling...what to do, what to do?
Maybe something like this? On a smaller scale of course
Or something like this? No beams.
Or maybe something using our old barn beams still stacked outside?
Maybe that's a little much:/ Or maybe just stick with plain old drywall.
Keep it clean and simple and focus on really cool decor like this photo below...
What do you guys think? Beam it, wood slat it, or drywall it?? Let me know if you have any other ideas. Have a great weekend! What's left of it.