tiles can have texture as well as colour
wallpaper or other design on the ceiling adds height (in the same way as colour high on a wall reduces it)
easy panelling: battens on wall, overpainted
big frame around nice wallpaper - or washi? earthquakeproof, too
tape batik: paint base colour, tape, overpaint, remove tape!
visually/physically separate toilet area from rest of bathroom
a lot of utility in a small space here! but couldn't do this with a washlet cos of electrical issues?
pans etc can hang from lots of places not just walls.... and... industrial and everything open...
if you have an industrial kitchen use an industrial island!
don't match colours!
use unmatched furniture and let other elements in the room bind them together
old and new can work well
roof overhang shades in summer but lets in lower winter sun; plant deciduous trees to south (same reason) and evergreen to north (protection from wind and storms)
make the gear room look nice!
use mix of open shelves, and cabinets, for kitchen storage
industrial kitchen units but nice worktop
windows on the stairwell - feels open but might be less draughty/noisy?
kewlll... his and hers sinks with shower in the middle
sweet. make that a tatami floor, and we're good
nice idea. plumbing wall is internal so no freezing-pipe issues. Put the walk-in closet on the other side of that wall. then if you turned round 180 degs you'd have the other 2/3 of the attic space behind you for living
how not to do it: looks COLD. oooh.
interesting idea.... beds in the alcove space.
winterberry - no-brainer for a snow-country garden
wood "veneer" wall... interesting idea! feels warm, feels mountainy. guest room not main room tho. not sure I could live with it always.
recycled wood. better
slatted with backlighting
blackboard paint - fun for one guest room? or in storage area?
keep the industrial-looking kitchen, use dark stone finishes to match?
if the tops are simple (industrial steel) then can go a bit wild with the backsplash/walls
these use outdoor fabrics (i) very hard wearing (ii) can use furniture outside in the summer
low ceiling = low furntiure
uplight low ceilings
cascade of activities in one room - kitchen, casual, dining, sitting...
great colours! kitchen should be a fun space
gloss or matte... makes a big difference to interior
open staircase preserves space well
headboard backs on to walk in "closet" - but all open plan
open plan bathroom is just a part of the bedroom space - great idea!
firepit - what a great idea!
bike chain chandelier
bike chain chandelier
mosaic in bathroom
standard IKEA shelving etc, but with custom base and top boards, repainted... cheaper approach to "built-in"
adding beams could be a good way to deal with "building in" stereo or lighting wires without having to open up the ceiling. need 7 ft clearance at all times
cabin but with industrial ktichen ware. like the coloured tiles, and the distressed cabinets.
nice mix/match doors
would sooo love to have an outdoor shower!