This week’s episode of Past the Curb: River Metropolis Residing returns us to Dayton, the place we discover a home that isn’t solely residence for a neighborhood couple, but in addition residence to a floral design enterprise.
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Sarina and Harrison Bigney discovered this historic property 4 years in the past, already up to date by a earlier proprietor.
Sarina Bigney makes use of one of many rooms to carry flowers and a mural painted by her husband.
The flower room is true off the eating room and Sarina admits that the eating desk is usually coated in floral preparations for purchasers.
“We’ve solely eaten there just a few instances,” she mentioned.
The entire home displays her love for flowers and crops. Mixed with macrame, brass accents and layered textiles, they provide the house its “boho stylish” type.
Harrison not too long ago completed turning the yard into an leisure space. They’ve a brand new deck with darts and shuffleboard, a grassy space for different video games and raised planting beds made out of previous dresser drawers. He even painted a mural for Sarina to make use of in her advertising and marketing images.
Similar to Sarina and Harrison, this 120-year-old Dayton home works arduous and performs arduous.
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