A Presidential Suite in a downtown Jackson, Missouri. This building has been the home of many different businesses/organizations including over the years.


The client’s love for the industrial/rustic movement and spaces he has seen in his subscription of Cowboys and Indians. 

The Client:

Entrepreneur and investor, Rodney Arnold, whom owns and operates Translectric-- a local master wholesale/distributor and manufacturer of aftermarket parts for heavy duty equipment that sells internationally.

What We Love:

•    Almost all of the furniture and accessories were found throughout the building, including three industrial carts that are now utilized as the desk and side tables.

•    Family heirlooms that Rodney was able to find, including the tool box, the metal petal toys and the bear rug.

•    The new items include: the two guest chairs, the hide rug, the western blanket (purchased from a supplier in Perryville), several crates, a free standing coat rack and some colorful old world accessories (purchased from local antique malls). 

What We Did:

While touring the establishment, I saw a few industrial carts and random pieces along the way. Merging this with the industrial and rustic look his office transmitted, a picture was painted of how pieces throughout the building could be utilized and cost would be low for the transformation. Very few functional pieces were purchased to complete the look that was achieved. The client wanted a wow factor for guests and that’s what he got. All of the furniture and accessories were found/bought, placed and installed.