that the home office can be tucked away on 'off work' days
unsightly home office out of view.
added glamour of the disco ball too
least your decor will have people talking.
I can't decide what I love most about this home office. Is it the cleverly repurposed closet space, or the way the warm pink walls glow like the inside of a seashell? The iconic tulip table? The disco ball? No matter which tops the list, this one's a stunner
of the decor and mirrors, brass? silver?, but i like the rustic bronze, silver, tarnished color
Dallas? Glamour. Glitz and sparkle. Lush layers. When most people think 'Dallas,' they think of boots and jeans, cattle and oil. Dallas is actually a very affluent city with a high sense of style," says Laubhan-Oliver.
continues the glamourous style with upholstered walls and hand blown glass pendants in rich purples. The mirror above the sink is made from hand cut glass giving it a rough look but the pattern it is placed in a very elegant way.
By combining the nitty-gritty feeling of a city and a charming, romantic air
Ceiling, window and walls...do not care for decor
small decorative details is delightful! Imagine walking through the house w/your morning coffee and taking it all in - windows open and a soft breeze...
historic home and a space for a community to come together.More: Houzz Tour: New Orleans GlamourHouzz Tour: Edith Wharton's The MountHouzz Tour: Historic Home in Austin, Texas
their home. The open and accessible approach to art and home has led this house in Clinton Hill to become an unofficial salon and gathering space. Whether it be a neighborhood happy hour; a place for local art students to showcase their work; and talks of hosting an opera written for a residential setting