The Talent and Drive Were Always There
Born and raised in Central Illinois this farmer boy always looked to have a promising future. Being student council president, maintaining good grades, keeping up with his chores and attending theatrical and choir rehearsals you can tell Doug had a dedicated and determined personality from the get go.
After starring in college and professional productions, including Grease and Annie Get Your Gun, Doug developed a knack for building and designing and in time landed on a list of the most sought-after trades’ people.
You may recognize the name from the present most popular decorating show “Trading Spaces” because he later landed a job as one of the designers on the show.
By watching “Trading Spaces” you will soon discover that Doug Wilson has a tendency to let his creativity over power his planning. I entirely agree with his approach, using lots of originality and planning should be the way you approach your bath renovation projects.
No doubt about it, you should have an outline of what you want to accomplish, in say your bathroom but don’t let the planning over power your creative vision. Sure you’re going to have to sweat a little to get your renovations done but who is to say you can’t have fun at the same time!
Bringing Imagination Into Reality
Doug also has a habit of naming his rooms; my take on this is that it helps him stay on track with his vision of the finished product. With such a vast imagination Doug Wilson doesn’t have a problem letting his creativity fly while coming up with a design outline.