An Orthodontist Office I Want to Move Into!

 

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Are you ready for some crazy before and after photos?? Last year we started working with a local orthodontist practice to completely overhaul their dark and outdated Queen Creek office and now that we’re finished, I’m just about ready to move in, office or not! It’s such a pretty space and I’m so happy with how it all came together! :) Click through for the back story and all the photos and sources!

 

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Here are some of the before photos of the front reception area. It’s insane to me that this is what we started with! What a huge difference, right?

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The old carpeting was removed and the concrete was resurfaced. We bought a lot of rugs for this project and the blue rug in the reception area is hands down my favorite. You guys, this rug is a 9×12 and it was SO AFFORDABLE!!! It is gorgeous, durable, and soft. The color is that perfect shade of blue-black that looks good with every other color you layer on, just like a pair of jeans. Two thumbs up for this amazing find! I’ve bought at least three more of these rugs since this project for my own home, friends homes and other projects. You just can’t beat that price (and it looks like it’s on extra sale today)!

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The color on the walls is Benjamin Moore’s Classic Gray, which is bright and light but not as stark as pure white. We painted the ceiling tiles black as an inexpensive fix and replaced all of the light fixtures with pieces from Lucent Lightshop.
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The BEACH DAY print over the leather sofa is from our latest release on Jenny’s Print Shop. I found the vintage marble top at an antique store and had my carpenter build the base of the coffee table/kids table to perfectly fit those cute little kids chairs when they’re pushed in all the way. I love how this kids table turned out!

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I had four sofas made for this project since we were working with tricky sizing and needed to use fabrics that could hold up to commercial use. The two 10′ long sofas in the reception area are my very favorite though! I used Monarch sofas to build these and they were SO great to work with. They have manufacturing facilities in Texas and in California but they ship their furniture everywhere! I sent them all of the fabrics to use for this project, but the leather is a color called Hampton Brandy and was selected from a sample they sent me. It is gorgeous in person.

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Everything they make is customizable, so I started with the Roxy frame and added a bench cushion and changed the leg style and the depth of the seat and the height of the back to fit under the window easily. Honestly, Monarch was a dream to work with and the sofas are lovely. (And they are not sponsoring this post! Just passing along in case you are looking for something semi-custom!) :)

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Just around the corner from this seating area is a little shelving unit we made out of gas pipe and wood from Home Depot! Super simple and completely customizable! I have a DIY post coming on this soon! But first, here is the before:

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And after!

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Here’s what the reception desk looked like before:

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We planked the front desk with teak wood, changed the counter tops and tiled the wall with brick veneer and then painted it white before hanging the new sign. I love it! :) Lights are all from Lucent Lightshop!

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Here’s what the other side of the reception area looked like before:

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We used another Monarch Sofa base in a shortened size on the other side of the reception room. I love the white legs!

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And here are some more photos of the rest of the office!  We tried to incorporate their orange and red colors as much as possible in a way that felt fun and fresh and appropriate for an orthodontist office.
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I LIKE YOU VERY MUCH print

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Zinc Frames

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Brass faucet

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Vintage Turkish rug  //  sandals

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IKEA cabinet DIY

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24″ farmhouse pendants

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Shiplap tutorial #1 and #2

The patient bathroom is one of my favorite spaces! Here are the befores:

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And the bright, happy afters!! I designed this metal sink base that we had powder coated in their signature orange company color. The walls are tiled in this cement tile.

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I think we’re going to do a more in-depth post about the art in here since so many of you had questions on my instagram stories tours! We sourced dozens of vintage and new pennant flags from places the doctors lived and went to school. I love all the colors and the story behind this giant framed piece! :)

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And those are the highlights!!! You get a gold star if you lasted this long!! :) :) Thanks for sticking around – this was a big project that took a long time to wrap up! It was SO fun to finally get to share all these photos with you! Here are links to the same or similar items that we used here, but as always if you have a question about an item, leave us a comment and we’ll get back to you!

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  1. Angela

    Just Wow!

    • Jennifer

      Ditto! Simply amazing.

  2. Felicia

    Love this!! I often go into spaces like that before and think of what they could be. So cool to see it come to fruition!

  3. Triple love it!! Great job, i had such fun looking at all you did! Love to see more pics of it if you have them. :) Also, the light fixture in that bathroom, can you tell me where you got that? it’s pretty much exactly what i have been looking and looking and looking for. whew! Thanks for the inspiration :)

  4. Denese

    I had thd EXACT same commet as Angela above. Just wow! I thoroughly enjoyed looking at all the befores and afters. Man, you guys went in! Absolutely beautiful spaace.

  5. This is amazing! And YES! This is where I would want to send my kiddos to the ortho! Seriously, so much goodness! Would you mind sharing where the black faucet is from near the pipe shelving? I’ve been looking for something just like that! Thank you!

  6. Erica Wu

    Charming, cheerful, genius!!!

  7. Jess

    Wow!!! Is it weird that I want to move west and get braces??? Beautiful work!!

  8. Leah

    Simply gorgeous, each little touch had your signature style all over it. This practice must be thrilled to walk into such a fresh workplace each day! Well done.

  9. Katie

    Wow! I love it that somewhere as boring as the orthodontist office could make me want to jump for joy! Those places are so unnecessarily ugly sometimes! And I am so thrilled to learn about Monarch Sofas! Definitely going to look into using them. Thanks for sharing!

  10. ellen patton

    Wow. I want to get braces again. :)

  11. I love this. To say it is a stunning transformation full of stellar spaces is an understatement. LOVE LOVE LOVE!

  12. Morgan

    What a beautiful space. I agree with you; I could live there! You did a wonderful job of combining fun with cozy and sophisticated. I would love to know what the striped fabric is you used on the sofa in the main reception area.

    • Jenny

      Hi Morgan! The fabric is by Pindler! I can look up the specific numbers if you need me to! Feel free to email me if that is the case :)

  13. Erin

    It says that you had the old carpeting removed and the concrete was resurfaced. do you have any more insights or details into that process? who handled that for you? was it a complicated process or costly? I am thinking about doing this in my home until I can afford to get hardwoods put in. Really would appreciate any information on that process! thanks!

    • Jenny

      It is a complicated and messy process, depending on what your foundation looks like! Best left to a concrete/flooring professional! There will be a lot of patching or there will be visible seams. It is a very industrial look and is probably not a great idea for a home unless the architecture of your space is super modern!

  14. Aidel.K

    Beautiful spaces with clever solutions! I love the black ceiling. I’d like to know more about the situation under the bathroom sink. I put an ADA sink in recently, and I’m unhappy with the way the pipes look under it. My plumber put in white PVC pipes. The orange powder coating on the frame is great…and the tile….and everything

  15. Debbie C

    SUCH a beautiful and fun space! Love it!

  16. Meghan

    This is so great! Where did you get the brick veneer? Do you think that would work in a kitchen instead of tile?

  17. Lauren

    Absolutely exquisite!! I want that couch. When I’m ready to turn the “lego command center” aka basement into a proper den/play area, I’m going to call up Monarch sofa and tell them I want the Komenda LGN leather couch. Its EXACTLY what I’m looking for. Rock on with your bad self!

  18. Jenny, I am a longtime reader but I don’t comment that often. I just wanted to say BRAVO. This is a truly remarkable transformation and you should be so proud. You truly left no detail to chance, and I’m having a blast looking at all of the pics for a second and third time to see them all. YOU GO GIRL.

    • Jenny

      Thank you for the heartfelt comment, Jordan!!! I so appreciate it! This was a really fun project to work on! xo

  19. Vanessa

    It looks amazing!! I’m just curious how stuff will withstand a lot of use.

    • Jenny

      We bought everything with commercial use in mind! :)

  20. Colleen

    Holy cow, Jenny! (italics? my daughter was just pushing buttons on the computer..)

    I love the combination of everything! Every space you do looks different from the last, but you have such a clear style that is just you! I’m so happy that you’re back to blogging more. I look forward to your posts so much!

    • Jenny

      What a compliment! Thank you, Colleen! xo

  21. Excellent renovation. Great job! I really like all the design ideas. I loved that shelving units from gas pipes. Waiting for its DIY post. Thanks for sharing!

  22. This is really so beautiful. Such a transformation and is so light and airy now. Love! Great job!

  23. Katie Isaac

    Hi Jenny,

    What a beautifully done space!’ Could you tell me pretty please where that adorable yellow plaid pillow is from? It had my heart.

  24. Tennille

    Amazing! Love every part. I want to move in too! The light fixture over the sink in the bathroom…also the Lucent Lightshop??

  25. Jen

    WOW!! Everything looks FANTASTIC!
    Wondering where you found the frames with the kids artwork in them? Those are so cool!

    • Jenny

      Thanks! Those frames are from IKEA! They are perfect for displaying kids art because you can easily change them out! :)

  26. adriana

    kudos to that ortho for caring about the space. huge win for customer experience. congratulations on an incredible transformation!

  27. Julie

    Holy. Moly. This is absolutely stunning!!! Wow. Great job!!

  28. Katie Isaac

    Hello again. I’m stalking in hopes to find out where I can get that cute yellow check/plaid pillow that is paired with the west elm throw pillow (which I have already purchased lol). I also spotted it on your insta stories a few days ago in the new shelving!

  29. Hey Jenny! Amazing job. Truly stunning. Would you be interested in posting a brick veneer tutorial sometime soon? I imagine it’s easier to apply than it looks.

    • Jenny

      Our contractor installed the brick, but it is definitely just like tiling a backsplash and grouting with mortar. Once everything dries you can prime and paint! I want to do this in my kitchen SO bad!! :)

      • Aidel.K

        It’s really not my place, but I am compelled to add my two cents here. The first house my husband and I bought was a cute little ranch that had been decorated terribly (really, you can’t imagine–one of the bedrooms had metallic gold walls with orange shag carpet). In the kitchen, Z-brick had been applied to the walls and backsplash with black mortar. First, I painted it all white; it took many, many coats. When we finally remodeled, our contractor said he would never agree to remove “that stuff” again. It looks great in a commercial setting, but I would be super thoughtful about putting it in a residence.

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