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Carlie’s Project

Designed by: RTD Board Member Amy McFadden of Amy McFadden Design and Polly Corn of  Polly Corn Design

Managed by: RTD Founder Stefan Nathanson

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On 09, Dec 2016 | One Comment | In | By roomtodream

Alexis’ Project

Managed by: Kevin Sullivan, Room to Dream Board Member and David & Brenda Bryan of Blackdog Builders, Inc.

Interior Designer:  Lisa Williams Interior Design, Andover, MA

Reveal Photography: Jessica Delaney Photography

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Janice’s Project

Sponsored by : New England Design and Construction & EMNARI

NEDC recently partnered with SmartCoats and EMNARI to completely remodel a room for a child who suffers from a chronic medical condition through the Room to Dream Foundation. We worked with Janice and her family to create a separate living space within her parents’ bedroom for her to sleep, as well as updating the bedrooms of her younger and older siblings.

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Coleman’s Project

Designed and Managed by: Gail O’Rourke, Room to Dream Board Member and Owner of White Wood Kitchens

Our home visit started like many home visits with families; a warm welcome, lots of smiles and nods while we listened to their needs and explain to them what a special journey we are about to take them on.  As we sat on the sofa next to this special boy, Coleman, who listened carefully, intently…enthusiastically(!) to each and every word that we said, our hearts filled with excitement and anticipation for his project weekend.  He was so excited he looked like he wanted to explode!  His brother Andrew paid careful attention also. As a teenager, he wasn’t sure if we could live up to what we were promising; if we could make his room a special place. It’s just a bedroom, right?

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On 03, Sep 2015 | No Comments | In | By roomtodream

Ben’s Project

Managed by: Christina Borella of  IA Interior Architects

Sponsored by: Shining Stars Learning Center- Saugus, MA

Project Team: Michael Racette of WB Engineers, and Elizabeth Spatola, Dyer Brown Architects

 

Ben has a serious passion for sports. He is great at remembering sports statistics and has a natural talent for announcing and commentating while watching sports. This passion has helped Ben through tough times and it was a passion his mother, Moreen, wanted to capture with this project. Read more…

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David’s Project

Designed and Managed by: Gail O’Rourke, Room to Dream Board Member and Owner of White Wood Kitchens

With the Patriots winning their fourth Super Bowl since the turn of the century, a Patriots themed room was fitting for David’s project to feed his passion for football. An avid sportsman, we wanted his room to be a celebration of victory and a place where David could thrive. David’s sister Deanna, is a quintessential  teenager with style and sass. We thought a dramatic makeover in her room of pink and black would suit her personality.  Read more…

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On 20, Nov 2014 | No Comments | In | By roomtodream

Colby’s Project

Design and Project Management: David Supple and Kara Wilson of New England Design and Construction, EM NARI, and Kevin Sullivan, VP of Shawmut Design and Construction and Co-VP of Room to Dream

 

NEDC was extremely excited about the opportunity to create a space for Colby where he could be in control of his environment with all the features that were important to him in it.  With the support of NARI and Shawmut we wanted to make this as special a room for Colby as possible.  Meeting Colby, we could see all the energy and positivity in him and we were very fortunate to have been a part of this.  The plan for Colby was to create a 1st floor bedroom out of a living room so as to avoid the stairs to the 2nd floor.  It was important for Colby to have his family be able to easily visit and spend time in his room.  It was also important for him to have room to play and walk around in his room while still having plenty of storage and a work space.  Read more…

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On 08, Jul 2014 | No Comments | In | By roomtodream

Sydni’s Project

Designed by:  Christina Borella, Maugel Architects

Managed by:  Gail O’Rourke, Room to Dream Board Member, White Wood Kitchens

The moment I met Sydni I was pulled in by the big smile and loving face.  I knew that this little girl had a sparkle that would not be dimmed by the physical challenges that she faced.  Her mother, Cathy, an inspiration to all parents, with a fresh outlook and endless energy, was thrilled to have us begin Sydni’s project.  With townhouse living there wasn’t much room in this home for the busy family of 4, so we set out to make their space as functional as possible while making their dreams come true.  I contacted Maugel Architects who jumped at the opportunity to get involved with Room to Dream and help this wonderful family. Christina Borella, of Maugel Architects took lead of her team and away we went! Read more…

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Gavin’s Project

Designed by: Stephanie Sabbe of Sabbe Interior Design

Managed by: James Richardson, Room to Dream Board Member

Sponsored by: The Boston Chapter of the Association of Legal Administrators

Gavin is such a fun-loving, outgoing, hilarious kid that unless you asked, you might miss the fact that he is struggling with a life threatening illness. During our first meeting, he excitedly showed me his collection of sports memorabilia, his autographed picture of Adam Sandler and told me his favorite colors were orange and blue- “Walpole colors”. During a follow up meeting he introduced me to all of his neighborhood friends as his interior designer:) As a shared room, we wanted the space to be very high functioning. Read more…

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Sean’s Project

Designed By: Leah Cantor and Shalini Sookar

Managed By: JR Richardson | Room to Dream Board Member

 

It was an honor and a thrill to work with the Room to Dream Foundation in creating a new bedroom for Sean.  Meeting Sean and his family was nothing less than inspiring.  The Bennetts are an extraordinary family whose incredible strength has seen them through the roughest of times.  Sean’s chronic illness challenged him both mentally and physically and he had courageously endured over two years of treatment.   Finally feeling well, he was beginning his non-treatment life and was excited about starting his freshman year of high school.   Sean explained that he wanted a fresh new space to help him stay focused on his studies as well as a place to relax and feel calm.  Read more…