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The Tiny Tack House
Our Tiny Tack House
Large enough computer monitor doubles as TV
creative freedom," says Chris. The Tacks did everything they could to cut down on power use and save space. All of the lights use LED bulbs. Malissa's computer monitor doubles as a television, cutting down on accessories, power and unnecessary space. Her desk folds down when not in use.
add dormer/s to loft to make more spacious/lighted
“compact but cozy, contemporary” — limerickstudios
Artistic Designs for Living, Tineke Triggs
22 Reviews
Mill Valley
cupboards below the TV for storage. add filing cabinet as well.
The wall unit is perfect to add it to a sitting area in the bedroom.
Something like this on left side? Cabinets would add nice hidden storage.
Built in bookcases, with desk instead of bench seat. Maybe we could do a desk under the window int he sunroom for the computer.
This family area is in a separate building, formerly an unfinished studio, behind the main property. An authentic rust-colored Eames rocker adds retro charm to the space.
“Couch in office” — prisgall
Hamilton-Gray Design, Inc.
16 Reviews
Classic White Landmark Home
side book sots (on either side?)
Love this cute little space, the big window is great, love the paint job. Is that an antique chair? Its beautiful. I also love the depth of this space. Could you fit a desk top computer or just a lap top
Countertop is 24" deep with upper shelving and drawers at 10" deep. Desk is 42" wide. How wide are the side book sots (on either side?) Hamilton-Gray Design, Inc. 9"
add little drawers with cup pulls at ends of desk kitchen?
“I think it would be cool to have a nook like this to keep family calendar, schedule, etc.” — cobeecroft
Precision Cabinets
2 Reviews
#56 - Eye 4 Design - Menlo Park
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“Cabinets” — Sarah Wilder
Ussery Rule Architects PC
Frederica Residence
way to hide the extra computer equipment - printers, scanners, etc. -- furniture is probably the answer to that -- but means home at the back of the desk for it Would also like to be able to position a TV that I can watch from the desk -- and will probably connect to my computer as well Would be where
“the built ins” — jbtsmmac
Laurie Carron Architect, AIA I LEED GA
Capitol Hill Renovation
Doors to hide computer? Like the idea.
My office desk with doors over computer screen area
Love for Michael Add file credenza and table for side/back work
hidden computer screen/equip
Pc achter deurtjes
“Leather library chairs” — mmamik
studio26 homes
Soft-Modern Green Kitchen Remodel
Series pendant has a somewhat subtle frosted pattern on the lower part of the glass; which could be a stylish touch depending on the coordinating components located nearby. Well, I hope that is helpful. If I happen to learn that this fixture is in fact something else, I will be sure to let you know
Computer nook in corner .... And the skinning island. Instead of square I want an arch
“The kitchen island table,” — wsvc83
MAC Custom Homes
3 Reviews
Dune View
coat, color coat, color coat, topcoat. Every coat needs to be nice and thin, not gloppy, and every coat needs to dry thoroughly before the next one goes on. If the surface below the base coat isn’t clean, you'll get bubbles. The downside with painting floors is that there isn’t a handy ultraviolet light
5. Put on the color. You can use all one color or use painter’s tape to add shapes or patterns to the floor in a second color. You may find some inspiration in these photos.You can use a brush or a roller, but make sure you have the right equipment and that you put on a very thin coat of paint. “Apply
or natural bristle brush,” says Comer. “You won’t get any bubbles at all with a brush, but it’s very labor intensive.” The roller will be faster, he adds, but you have to roll very slowly to keep from creating bubbles. Regardless of what tools you use, think about where you will start and end up — don’t
“Ladder” — Paul Gelb
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