Lisa’s appreciation for repurposing industrial materials and mixing and matching textures to create a rustic contemporary aesthetic is evident in her office space. Salvaged carriage house doors are suspended from the original tracks outside the conference room, which features a table constructed of the legs of a lathe machine with a steel top. The exterior of the red leather chair outside the conference room was taken from the hood of a 1941 Lincoln Zephyr. Even the bathroom vanity is a repurposed dresser from the 1930s, updated with a copper sink and granite counter and backsplash. All these disparate elements seemingly work together through Lisa’s unique design vision and meticulous attention to detail.