@Jacquielin and others commenting on the "quality" of the before photos- this is a common strategy in Before & Afters. Lighting and composition are huge elements in presenting a space, and using poor lighting, dirty or cluttered rooms, etc. emphasizes the transition and makes the finished product more dramatic. Pretty much every B&A does it.
Before & After: Bringing a 1990s Bathroom Into 2013
|2/27/13 7:41 PM|
Quick question- how do you deal with radiator/heating units that run along the floor like that? I get frustrated when I can't push a table or desk all the way flush with the wall, but it looks like your white table does that just fine- is it just because the surface of the table extends past the leg? Do you have that in other parts of your house? Thanks!
Before & After: Christina's Tiny Bedroom to Bright Office Plus Guest Room
|2/13/13 11:18 PM|