Mixing the Ingredients

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CONTINUED FROM “IN THE BEGINNING” POST:

After final approval on the concept art for The Candy Factory, we are ready to begin the process of transforming the clients needs, and 2D concept art into a 3D living reality. This is always the most challenging part of the project and probably the part where it is best to “think slowly and act quickly”. What do I mean by that? Simply put, its the most important part of the build. This is the stage where you double check and triple check all of your room dimensions, you review your drawings and in our case, this is where we turn our shop floor into the exact layout of the clients space. This is without a doubt one of the main benefits of having a large shop and work space. This enables us to re-create the clients exact space along with all of our rough furniture dimensions to check for room flow, and design practicality. Lets face it, some stuff looks really cool on paper, but in real life, we need to create practical objects that need to be safe and function properly.

Once we have checked our measurements and how everything will work in the space, its time for the fun to begin. As with any good building it starts with the foundation, and in our case for this project it starts with the storage cabinets and free standing entry door. Here is a quick look and the beginning of the build…check back and watch as the candy factory starts to take shape.

Below is a glimpse into the beginning stages of this project.



To see completed photos of The Candy Factory, see our “Welcome to Our Blog” post. Stay tuned for more on this project!

Jason Hulfish

Jason Hulfish is a renowned American artist and designer who has been bringing both residential and commercial spaces to life for over 20 years. His work can be seen in the homes of professional athletes, celebrities, as well as the hit TV show “Extreme Makeover Home Edition.” His tireless efforts to push the boundaries of home decor and custom living spaces have created masterpieces as uniquely different as the clients themselves.

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