Not every home remodel has to stick to the adage “out with the old.” For local Interior Designer Kamila Malewska of Level Up Design, it’s often a mix of Something Old and Something New that helps to create a special space. Here’s her story of a recent home makeover, images for Kamilas’ amazing makeover were provided by Kim Lindsey Photography.
“It all started with a simple idea of creating interior that will combine husband’s rustic and industrial taste with wife’s mid-century modern style. I, as a designer, wanted this house to be open, suited for entertaining and spending time together but also unique and matching this amazing family’s lifestyle.”
“From the moment I started to draw initial kitchen layout, I knew I wanted to incorporate some reclaimed wood. I took my client Tom to go with me to Eco Relics to select some wood material for his kitchen’s shelves.”
“While wandering in Eco Relic’s warehouse, he spotted a table top created by wood shop for another client. I saw how Tom looked at the table. If you only could measure love by “wood knots”…
“We ended up spending some time with (Wood shop Manager) Billy Leeka drawing our ideas and selecting finishes. What started with few chunky wood boards exploded into something bigger.
Not only did we order shelves for kitchen but also dining table and oversized barn doors. It all turned out amazing. Billy exceeded our expectations!”
Level Up Design is headed up by loyal Eco Relics customer, Kamila Malewska, and is an award winning design firm and is featured in Houzz Online. “Our goal is to provide personalized design & decorating services for your project that perfectly captures your style, meets your functional needs and your budget. From a simple rejuvenation to full remodel; small projects to big steps. From space planning to design concepts; consultations to personal shopping assistance, we are here for you.”
We can custom build your furnishings for your next project, for any size home or office space and have built custom creations for retail shops, local craft breweries, and even large commercial projects. Materials used can be totally up to you or you can leave it up to our craftsmen’s imagination. We can use just about anything to create your piece, from salvaged live edge slabs, old reclaimed barnwood, antiques, vintage restored tools, cool old reclaimed or salvaged metalwork, or just about anything you can find in the warehouse. Contact us today to see how we can help you turn your dreams into reality!