I was called in to assist the Dayton Racquet Club for a fourth project. This time, we opened up a few walls to expose an underutilized and out-dated bar. We had a tight budget, so the contractor reworked some of the old bar materials and we gave a new life to this space. Quartz counter-tops, pendant lights and back-lit, textured wall panels are just a few of the new elements. We also added tile plank flooring and refaced the old bar with new wood panels. I think the back-lit wall panels are my favorite element. Photos by Mark Bealer of Studio 66.
Nest Designs was contacted by the Dayton Racquet Club to help them update their elevator bay. Replacing the existing flooring, with new 12×24 tiles, made a huge impact on the space. We also decided to paint the walls, the elevators and add an accent wall in the background for a pop of color. The lighting was an update from my previous work with the Dayton Racquet Club. Photo by Bealer Photographic Arts.
The above image highlights a wall where I used the client’s historical product photographs. The wall is located just outside of the conference room and showcases the product development over the years. 5o black and white images were placed in white frames and arranged on the wall.
The above image shows the new office systems that Nest Designs selected all the finish materials for. Since the client forecast a need to move various offices within the building, it was important to select a color scheme that would work with existing office divides and future office systems. The below image shows the tiles Nest Designs selected for the restrooms. Running the over-sized tile planks vertically helps to make the bathroom feel taller. Photos by Bealer Photographic Arts.