The boysroom rug at the home of a family-run clothing company in Arizona was designed in honor of a former employee, according to the Arizona Republic.
The house is currently in the process of being purchased by the company, which specializes in home decor.
The company’s CEO, Eric Jenson, is known for his family-oriented designs.
He designed the home in honor a son, according the Republic.
The family-operated store, located in an area that’s often described as a “ghetto” in the area, was set up in 1996.
The decor includes photos of the men and women who work there.
In recent years, the family has taken on a new, less flashy look, and is looking to diversify its business.
It is unclear how the business will be managed without a manager.
According to the Republic, the business has sold more than 500,000 pieces of clothing since opening in 1996, but has yet to meet the $15 million in needed renovations.