Carter’s make over was a huge success. We spent the day painting, staining, putting together bunk beds, hanging shelves and installing window treatments. There were over 30 enthusiastic volunteers helping to transform the family’s home.
A major part of the day went to putting down new flooring and painting the room to look like a hockey rink.
They are going to be home in two hours, we better get these window coverings hung !
Mitch Danforth was the designer as well as carpenter and mural hanger. His excitement kept us all happily working hard. Carl is the artist that painted this awesome mural of Carter and his family at a Hurricane’s game, it was the WOW of the room !
I think seven of us put this bunk bed together and dressed it in about 15 minutes. Carter really wanted this so his cousin could sleep over with him.
The room, all done, complete with laptop and signed Carolina Hurricanes memorabilia.
Stormy came out to meet the family and see the big reveal. I think he liked the bunk beds too.
Katie Martin is the director of the local chapter, Special Spaces of the Triangle. She worked so hard planning, organizing and getting donations for Carter’s room, it was such a pleasure working with her and getting to know her. I look forward to helping with another room in the future.
If you want to see a lot more photos, go to their facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/SpecialSpacesOfTheTriangle
There are currently 22 chapters in the US. If you are interested in helping, contact an affiliate near you http://www.specialspaces.org
Enjoy your room, Carter. We were blessed to be a part of it.