Alyson is no stranger to working on a ladder to install drapes.
Ladders, tools and home decor are key ingredients to the decorating of this room.
Someone has to man the ironing board to make sure that drapes are seamless.
Another modular home in Union Beach was completed with the help of the Robin Hood Foundation and the Borough of Union Beach. After the family moved back in with furniture provided by the "High Sox Program", RIOH was called in to make it look like a home. It takes those small touches like drapes, pictures, unique pieces of furniture and pops of color to make it looks unique for each family. No job is too small for volunteers at Room In Our Hearts.
Adding this red asian-style hutch in the kitchen added a pop of color and great storage space.
Another red accent was added in the living room.
A wall in the kitchen was used as the command center - complete with chalk board for messages, clock and mail organizer.
Original artwork hung above a small shelf used for decor items added interest in the kitchen.
RIOH's crew showed up toting ladders, ironing boards, tools and a plethora of home decor and accessories. Within in hours, the sterile space of the modular home was transformed into a comfy and functional living environment for a family of three teenagers and their dad. Needless to say, they loved the end results. Who wouldn't!?
High Sox furniture combined with RIOH accessories complete this living room.
Upcycled bench with pillows, casual drapes and artwork create a unique nook.
Basic chair is enhanced with a great piece of artwork.
Foyer area is created on a wall in the kitchen that leads to the front door.