Chantelle’s home is full of items handcrafted by her talented husband, Brian. Their visions come together—her crazy ideas and his skilled craftsmanship—for a look that is one-of-a-kind fun. Chantelle loves color, and Brian is keen on wood and rustic tones.
The dining room centers around this beautiful, handmade table that Brian built from old barn beams. The feature wall was covered with vintage. wooden beadboard, parts of which are its original color, and parts of which Chantelle painted.
The ceiling was covered with corrugated metal that was hand-rubbed and refurbished by Brian.
There are little vintage touches everywhere.
Brian is retired from General Motors and is an enormous car guy, so the chandelier made from a vintage petal car shows their style and adds personalized warmth to the space.
When life gets hectic and they need an escape, they head out with their vintage tin can camper that Brian rebuilt and Chantelle designed to suit their needs.
You can see the before pictures of the camper in a blog post here.
Chantelle comes from a family of artisans, so when Bungalow 47 decided to close the retail side of our business, her family stepped forward to share their talents with the public. 141 Design Company opened and features custom furniture and home decor built by Brian and Chantelle’s dad Dennis.