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Before + After: A Welding Plant Becomes an Incredible Home and Wedding venue!


It's not like me to begin with a less than picturesque shot, but I didn't want to ruin the surprise! I mean, there are before and afters and there are BEFORE AND AFTERS! Today's post is for all of you out there who like to dream big! WOOHOO! Meet Seth, "the bearded carpenter who doesn't say a lot but dreams as big as the stars", and Jenna Wright, "a tiny person with more to say than anyone could ever have time to hear!", who live with their five children in Utah. A year and a half ago the Wrights bought a derelict, industrial 1930s welding plant with the idea of using it as a carpenter workshop. Little did they know that the top floor (comprising 3000 square feet / 278 square metres) would eventually become their home and the lower section an incredible wedding venue. Sometimes pictures say more than a thousand words - and you've really got to see the space to believe it. Let's dive sin!

The exterior





The kitchen







Sitting room


Library





Children's bedroom





Master bedroom + ensuite





Wedding venue


*Speechless*!

Is anyone else now wondering which old garages / warehouses could be transformed in your neighbourhood?! There are some derelict spaces just near Limhamn in the outskirts of Malmö.... hmmm (*Per suddenly feels uneasy across town without knowing why*).

The family have since carried out a new renovation project called 'The Orchard House' which will become the family of seven's fixed abode. It was with mixed feelings that they moved on from what they affectionately refer to as 'The White Shanty' (although they will continue to spend some weekdays here). Jenna had this to say:

"Now, this old place serves so many purposes as if to resurrect and come back, teaching me that all things, with Love, and a lot of hard work, can be made whole and beautiful again."

Inspiring words to live by!

You can read more about the renovation and see what they're up to next over on their blog and instagram.

Niki

PS There's a load more before & after projects to feel inspired by in this archive. Just saying!

Photography: Seth & Jenna Wright - shared with kind permission. 



LATEST COMMENTS:

  1. ASTOUNDING!!! Beautiful inside and out. Bravo to you.

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    1. Occasionally a home tour comes along and knocks me sideways - this is one of them! Just incredible! Happy you thought so too!

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    2. Wau!!!!! It`s wonderful place <3

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  2. That's the most stunning transformation I have ever seen. Wow wow wow!! Incredible! Thanks for sharing!

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  3. WOW! I am astounded by people who have the ability to take an abandoned industrial building to this level of beauty. Just WOW! And double WOW!

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  4. Thank you, thank you, thank you, Niki for sharing ...this is stuning !!!
    I'm thankful for everything that you share, and I wuold like to say to you: you're work has a purpose. if you're work touch one people you have done Your Job!!!!!
    Bravooo

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