Laurey W. Glenn Styling: Scott Martin
The existence of telekinesis is debatable. (If you believe you can move objects with your mind, raise your hand. Now raise my hand.) But here’s a power we absolutely don’t doubt--the ability to move objects in your mind. All it takes is a great makeover to prove that some people can look at a cluttered room and mentally clear it, leaving a long, empty space full of possibilities.
A Vision of the Future
Lindsay and Jack Stroker bought their Charlotte home several years ago largely based on its potential. It needed a substantial amount of work, but Lindsay was sold on revitalizing this classic. Even with her powers of visualization, she answers truthfully when asked if she knew how she would handle the long room at the back of the house.
“Not a clue! I just knew something had to be done. Prior to the start of renovation I was standing at the far end, looking into the then-empty, long room and realized the only way to live in this very unusual shaped room was to have everything in it,” she says.
Lindsay developed a plan based on what she wanted in the room: a good working kitchen with a small dining area, a second seating area around the fireplace, and a third area to unwind and watch television.