An interior designer and her husband turn a 10,000-square-foot chuch into an amazing home.
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Interior designer Cynthia Weston boasts there’s nothing she likes more than a big challenge, so rehabilitating a 10,000-square-foot former Methodist Church in Lake Mills, Wis., was right up her alley.
The church was infested with spiders, bats and mice when Weston and her husband decided to move right into the mess.
After four years of work, the church became an imaginative home. It includes a purple ceiling with stars, a secret passageway and three European-inspired gardens. The former boiler room became the kitchen and the master bedroom was created from old Sunday school rooms. The sprawling sanctuary is now a grand upstairs entertaining space.