Renovating Our New Office--A Leap into the World of Commercial Renos

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October 18th was the grand opening of Skelly Home’s new office space on South Congress. Sean and I bought the office space at the bottom of the Public Lofts over a year ago with the hopes of renovating it into a beautiful yet functional home for our business and for our staff. To see our vision for the space become a reality was such a special moment for us and a great reminder of what we do here at Skelly Home Renovations—making owners’ dreams for their spaces come true! First we needed to take into account all of our various needs for storage and work space, and then it was time to create a design plan for our blank office shell. Once the plan was made, it was time for our amazing team at Skelly Home to begin the construction! See below for some of the before and after shots of our inviting new office space.

 Laying out the design of the raised floor space and constructing the walls in our new office space.

Laying out the design of the raised floor space and constructing the walls in our new office space.

 We decided to use clé tile for the raised floor design. (Above) Laying out the floor design and playing with the pattern. (Below) The finished space!

We decided to use clé tile for the raised floor design. (Above) Laying out the floor design and playing with the pattern. (Below) The finished space!

 To create a functional work space + add some architectural interest, we added these wood panels, floating desks and storage units. The angled wood ceiling breaks up the monotony of the square room and the wood paneling in general adds a nice warmth to the office that we love!

To create a functional work space + add some architectural interest, we added these wood panels, floating desks and storage units. The angled wood ceiling breaks up the monotony of the square room and the wood paneling in general adds a nice warmth to the office that we love!

 To create architectural interest in other places, we used a faux white brick wall panel in our lounge area (above) and created a wood design on top of wallpaper in our entryway (below).

To create architectural interest in other places, we used a faux white brick wall panel in our lounge area (above) and created a wood design on top of wallpaper in our entryway (below).

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The finished result is a new office space that we can all be proud of. PLUS, we now have more of an experience base in commercial renovations and have taken on other commercial projects to expand this side of our company. Do you have an office space or commercial building that you are interested in renovating? Let the Skelly team make your dreams a reality today!

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