A year ago, I met the Henard family while drawing their plans for their upcoming Kitchen remodel. I absolutely adored the family, but I especially felt for their 10 year old son, Luke Henard, who has cerebral palsy.

Luke has a kindness that you can sense from a mile away. He and his younger sister, Grace, had just moved into their new home and it didn’t quite feel like “home” just yet.

I got to thinking of a way to help them feel more at ease in their new space so I asked permission from their Mother if I could design rooms on Mood boards to get them excited about the future.

 


I wanted to figure out a way to make Luke’s room makeover a reality so, with the help of some very generous donors, I was able to raise the funds to buy these pieces for his makeover! Thank you to SketchUp For Interior Designers and Allen Construction.

Months of planning went into the one week timeline that we had for Luke’s install while he was away for the Summer. Thank you to Kevin Hammers for helping with the closet re-framing and texturing – I know that was not easy!

Thank you to MC Etter for donating the paint, and to my Step-Dad and Brother for painting the room and helping me hang artwork!

It truly was a team effort and it was so neat to see Luke’s face as he walked into his brand new room!

Click the link below to see the full reveal.

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Our home was originally built in the 60s and had already been through a remodel in the 80s. It had good bones but they were hard to see under the later revisions. Ariana’s team went straight to the elements that needed to be preserved and highlighted them. The kitchen/dining room has been opened up amazingly and we’re very happy with it. In addition to the design efforts, we really value the 3-D renderings. It makes it much easier to talk with tradespeople about what we want to be done and how, and prevents miscommunications. Five stars for the Honeycomb team!


MARGERY
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