HOME TOUR: Modern home shows what Fall Creek Place is evolving into
The home is located on the block of 22nd and Delware.Photo by: Lora Olive
HOME TOUR: Modern home shows what Fall Creek Place is evolving into
Jake Nelson's original art piece of the state of Indiana weighs over 125 pounds and took seven people to install.Photo by: Lora Olive
HOME TOUR: Modern home shows what Fall Creek Place is evolving into
The home is located on the block of 22nd and Delaware.Photo by: Lora Olive
HOME TOUR: Modern home shows what Fall Creek Place is evolving into
Jake and Bethany's living room. The flooring is all reclaimed from about 10 different places (old churches, house rehabs, craigslist, dumpsters) It was a pile for flooring the size of a small car that they sorted and installed piece by piece. It was a ton of extra work, but well worth the time.Photo by: Lora Olive
HOME TOUR: Modern home shows what Fall Creek Place is evolving into
Stairs leading up to the second level.Photo by: Lora Olive
HOME TOUR: Modern home shows what Fall Creek Place is evolving into
Gideon, Bethany and Jake Nelson with their dog Bo and bunny Jackson.Photo by: Lora Olive
HOME TOUR: Modern home shows what Fall Creek Place is evolving into
The livingroom coffee table was a piece of glass Jake found in a dumpster (He used to do a lot of dumpster diving) some old wood from a friends barn scaffolding, and old display racks from the Gap at the Circle Center Mall.Photo by: Lora Olive
HOME TOUR: Modern home shows what Fall Creek Place is evolving into
Antique desk and chair in Jake and Bethany's entryway.Photo by: Lora Olive
HOME TOUR: Modern home shows what Fall Creek Place is evolving into
The kitchen island is made from hickory butcher block they got out of the old GM Stamping plant. They reinforced three pieces with an iron bar and it sits on legs that came out of a factory in Chicago. The lights came out of a warehouse off 16th street. Jake refinished the piece using a process of muriatic acid and water.Photo by: Lora Olive
HOME TOUR: Modern home shows what Fall Creek Place is evolving into
The kitchen island is made from hickory butcher block they got out of the old GM Stamping plant. They reinforced three pieces with an iron bar and it sits on legs that came out of a factory in Chicago. The lights came out of a warehouse off 16th street. Jake refinished the piece using a process of muriatic acid and water.Photo by: Lora Olive
HOME TOUR: Modern home shows what Fall Creek Place is evolving into
The kitchen lights came out of a warehouse off 16th street. Jake refinished the piece using a process of muriatic acid and water.Photo by: Lora Olive
HOME TOUR: Modern home shows what Fall Creek Place is evolving into
The kitchen table was leftover oak that Jake pieced together to make a slab and refinished. The legs were found in the trash. Eck Adams chairs they picked up at a vintage shop in Louisville for $75.Photo by: Lora Olive
HOME TOUR: Modern home shows what Fall Creek Place is evolving into
The kitchen table was leftover oak that Jake pieced together to make a slab and refinished. The legs were found in the trash. Eck Adams chairs they picked up at a vintage shop in Louisville for $75.Photo by: Lora Olive
HOME TOUR: Modern home shows what Fall Creek Place is evolving into
A hat pin portrait of the original owner they found behind the plaster on an exterior wall in their son's room. Perfectly preserved for 130 years.Photo by: Lora Olive
HOME TOUR: Modern home shows what Fall Creek Place is evolving into
The master bath sliding barn door is made out of the original trim to the house when they gutted the home.Photo by: Lora Olive
HOME TOUR: Modern home shows what Fall Creek Place is evolving into
The master bath vanity base is from a culinary school from the 60's in Indy. All the bathroom mirrors are from a Victoria's Secret remodel. (imagine if those mirrors could tell stories)Photo by: Lora Olive
HOME TOUR: Modern home shows what Fall Creek Place is evolving into
Their son Gideon's bath.Photo by: Lora Olive
HOME TOUR: Modern home shows what Fall Creek Place is evolving into
The glass on the third floor was left over from a project at a convention center. Jake bought the glass off Craigslist for $50.Photo by: Lora Olive
HOME TOUR: Modern home shows what Fall Creek Place is evolving into
Guest space in the restored third level attic.Photo by: Lora Olive
HOME TOUR: Modern home shows what Fall Creek Place is evolving into
Guest space in the restored third level attic.Photo by: Lora Olive
HOME TOUR: Modern home shows what Fall Creek Place is evolving into
Reading nook in the restored third level attic.Photo by: Lora Olive
HOME TOUR: Modern home shows what Fall Creek Place is evolving into
Jake, Gideon and Bethany Nelson with their dog Bo.Photo by: Lora Olive
HOME TOUR: Modern home shows what Fall Creek Place is evolving into
Jake Nelson's original art piece of the state of Indiana weighs over 125 pounds and took seven people to install.
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