For this project, BOOM! was asked to provide a simple and cost effective design that would not only repair a damaged wall but enhance a boy’s medieval themed bedroom. We installed this paneled wall and treated it with a weathered patina in less than two days.
Christ Community Church
Shortly after aqcuiring this property (formerly a bank) Christ Community approached me with a distinct vision for tranforming the lobby into a prayer sanctuary. Each wall was to be dedicated to one of the four creatures surrounding the throne of God in the Book of Revelation. After making some signicant architectural modifications to the room, we took our brushes and our prayers into to every inch of the space. The result is a unique atmosphere that evokes both tranquility and power in perfect fellowship. For the full effect, I recommend visiting in person . . .
The murals are primary the work of Leah Bowersox in partnership with Tom Ryan (to see more of Leah's work, visit the West Shore Evangelical Church children's wing).
Gold leaf applied with the assistance of Debbie Shaner.
Architectural modifications engineered and installed by Tom Ryan and Rick Hoffman.
Midcentury- inspired starter Home.
Private client-- Waterville, Maine.
This quaint little starter home holds a mid-century touch
Custom Stair Unit
Three functional challenges; one aesthetic vision. In this project, the homeowner desired a cozy nook in her basement which reflected the cottage style. This nook needed to: 1.) add significant storage capacity, 2.) offer an inviting reading corner and 3. Provide an additional sleeping area for guests.
Beveled Tray Ceiling
Designed and installed for MaxServe, LLC.
The clients know they wanted a raised (“tray”) ceiling added to their master bedroom. The conventional, squared off version seemed to harsh . . . so we offered them this beveled design. They loved it. The design included linear LED lighting.
The rough limestone construction of this fireplace was out of place in the client’s colonial revival home. Rather than demolishing or covering it, BOOM! accepted the challenge of making the original limestone work in its environment AND doing it in such a way that it would have the authentic appearance of a 1940’s built-in. The pilasters were formed out of re-purposed columns (harvested just 4 blocks away), and the slate hearth was hand-picked from a local quarry.