Welcome to Our Blog!

By: Jason Hulfish   |   2 comments

Welcome to the official blog of Jason Hulfish Design Studio. Our primary goal is to create an interactive site where homeowners, designers, do-it-yourselfers, and artists can come to share and participate in the creative process. This journey will take us to all parts of the globe where we will create fantasy themed children’s rooms ranging from simple projects to some of the most elaborate theme rooms in the world. Along the way we will do our best to describe the creative process including all the concepts, challenges, ideas, pitfalls, failures, resolutions and successes. Every project ranging from the pirate themed bedroom to the princess themed bedroom will undergo the same series of events until they are ready to present to the client. We would like to thank you for your interest in our work and hope you will follow us along the way….it will be well worth it, so stay tuned.

Here is an example of a few projects to start the journey…

Candy Factory View the Gallery

Pirate Bunk Bed View the Gallery

Football Playroom View the Gallery

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.

2 Responses to “Welcome to Our Blog!”

  1. Kona Krome says:

    Jfish,

    What types of wood did you use for the Pirate Bunk Bed? And did you use 2×4′s for the frame?

    Thanks

    • Jason Hulfish says:

      Hi Kona,
      Sorry for the delayed response, new blog and still trying to get everything figured out. The entire structure is built from MDF (medium density fiberboard) All the pieces have to be assembled on-site, so it is easier to build similar to an interlocking puzzle to conceal nails and screw holes. Hope this helps.
      Thank you,
      Jason

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