SEE THE WHOLE PROCESS OF THE ADULT DAYCARE CENTER COME TO LIFE!
If you missed the first part of this series, you can start here. From October-December last year, I worked at decorating a 27,500 square foot adult daycare facility. It was by far my biggest project and one I’m extremely happy with. If you missed part 1 you can read about the BTS and see photos of the reception area and one of the living room spaces. So let’s get started with part 2! I’ll be sharing some of the offices, hallways, and spa/massage room.
Since the facility is so big, I had to buy numerous pieces of art, large clocks, and decor for the walls.
The balloons were from an employee party. The center is not yet open for seniors due to Covid but you can go for a tour and receive information.
This is just one of the long empty walls that I needed to fill.
These art prints of Italy are so beautiful! I received so many compliments from employees and I would find some of them just standing and staring at the Almafi coast photos. I think people are missing travel more than ever.
Since the center is multi-ethnic, I filled the walls with photos from around the world.
The facility has a huge theatre room to watch movies so we hung a bunch of classic movie posters throughout the nearby hallway.
I had to work with really funky irregular shaped rooms like this curved office. Since the walls were curved, I hung this pretty set of baskets.
For this particular office, I originally styled it for two people sharing the space.
It’s amazing what a couple of rugs, new chairs and some artwork will do right? After styling this office, they hired a new person for HR and shifted rooms around. I ended up having to change up a couple of offices again.
I ended up removing an art piece when I had to change things around for the office again.
This is one of the few areas that was already decorated prior to me working at the center. I left this area alone since I couldn’t remove the wallpaper.
The spa and hair salon didn’t need much. I had to leave the wallpaper alone so I had Mark install the drapes, hang art for the walls and added a few decorative touches.
Again, the wallpaper was already here. I was tempted to sit on those massage chairs!
The gold wall decor was from Hobby Lobby.
I love that they have a space for a salon. These seniors will have it so good!
Here’s another office that I did with a masculine aesthetic. I was able to bring JJ and Jules to help me on a couple of trips when they had a day off of school. They are such great helpers!
I created a gallery wall full of a mix of art that I bought online along with a variety of frames.
Here is the office for the VP of Human Relations. We totally moved everything around the office. The walls and windows are irregular so we made the best of it!
Ugh, these navy drapes are everything! It was a nice change from the off-white drapes throughout the building. Fortunately, the HR director said yes to these dark moody drapes!
They really add a ton of warmth in this office. I also decided to add a small white sofa since this was an HR office. People can come and talk comfortably.
This office is almost like a weird trapezoid so we made the best of the irregularly shaped room.
These two chairs face the desk. It’s an awkward shaped office so we made the best of the space.
Here’s another office I finished. I looove how this one turned out! This one is for the director of the center and I wanted to update it to make it feel and look fresh and sophisticated.
This console table and art were not the right proportion. The art was also hung way too high above the too small console table. If you have a large wall, it’s important to get the proportion right. The new table fits the wall so much better.
The director wanted me to add this elephant art in the design so I created a gallery wall on the other side of her office wall.
Well, that concludes the second part to this series! There were a couple of other offices and spaces that I didn’t share because there’s just too much! I hope you enjoy reading about this project and that it can still provide inspiration for spaces in your own homes. Be sure to read the first part if you missed this series!
Let all that you do be done in Love. 1 Corinthians 16:14
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