ReImagine: Inspiring Through Transformation

ReImagine: Inspiring Through Transformation

ReImagine: Inspiring Through Transformation

by Steve Gamel


Ask Chris Brasher about her earliest childhood memories, and she’ll immediately point to her late mother, Josie. Chris was as close to her mom as any little girl could be and happily spent hours upon hours watching her creatively repurpose older furniture and accessories around the house – many times recapturing beauty in pieces once ripe for the dumpster. “We didn’t grow up wealthy, but our home was always so beautiful,” Chris said. “It was because of my mom.” As the saying goes, the apple didn’t fall far from the tree. Chris had a knack for inspiring through transformation and is using that passion through her business, ReImagine. At ReImagine, Chris takes pleasure in transforming that yard sale steal that needs a little TLC, family heirlooms that have sentimental value but don’t quite fit your style and design, and even the ugly duckling bookshelf your husband refuses to throw away.

With a little time, imagination, paint, and passion, she’s able to create something new and functional. “It can be difficult for people to look at something in their home and see what it can be until someone sits with them and inspires them,” Chris said. “For me, it’s all about the transformation – to see it completed and new. I love seeing the joy on people’s faces when they see it for the first time.” Whether it’s breathing life into tired wood and metal furniture, rearranging a room and bringing your vision to life, signs for your home, office, or special event, or other custom pieces you never thought were possible, Chris can make it happen.


To contact Chris at ReImagine, email or visit her website at ReImagine also has two locations at The Antique Gallery in Lewisville and the Painted Tree in Highland Village.


photo courtesy of Chris Brasher

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