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This fixed over-awning window brings light to the space as well as relaxing air flow
8 x 10 writers shed. The fixed awning window brings light to the space as well as a relaxing air flow.
Good writers space...Writer's Studio Shed...small space...writer's studio...Creative Space
Tiny House Living SpaceThe Tiny Project
nice small space to relaxing, and the work
decor placed above 6' so lower wall space more functional
Tiny but has space for computer table & bench
Using the space itself integrating organizational elements and not compromising
As he writes on his website, The Tiny Project: “Inhabiting such a small space forces me to live in a simpler, more organized and efficient way. I’m forced
Think SMALL good use of space
double-height living space prevails, opening up to the courtyard with tall windows. The top floor is a loft that gives the writer a space to work, contemplating
double-height living space prevails, opening up to the courtyard with tall windows. The top floor is a loft that gives the writer a space to work, contemplating
Vacation Rental W7Ute Günther INNENARCHITEKTUR & DESIGN STUDIO
desk/table under slanted ceiling but by open window space!
away in a cabin in the woods on a lonely (but important) writer’s retreat.
5. Or a writer holed up in a rustic retreatSo, you’re just typing in the
tucked away in a cabin in the woods on a lonely (but important) writer’s retreat.
…or a writer holed up in a rustic retreatSo, you’re just typing in the
imagine you’re tucked away in a cabin in the woods on a lonely (but important) writer’s retreat.
5. Or a Writer Holed Up in a Rustic RetreatSo, you’re just typing in the tiny loft of your urban townhouse — that doesn’t mean you can’t imagine that you’re
great use of space within no space...What a neat little office space!...behind desk, idea of a writers retreat
Garden Studiovendrolini
A backyard destination. It could be a teahouse, an art studio, a writer’s cabin … the only limit is your imagination. The wonderful
A backyard destination. It could be a teahouse, an art studio, a writer’s cabin … the only limit is your imagination. The wonderful thing about
matters far less than the simple fact that it is there. Even a closet-size space can feel like a luxury when you take a path to get there.See more of this
beautiful great space for a art studio
Writer's Retreat by Kriste Michelini Interiors
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Writer's RetreatDesigner: Kriste MicheliniWorking with the complicated slanted ceiling in this space wasn't easy, but by using a white base for her color
color palette, designer Kriste Michelini created extra visual space. White grass cloth walls by Phillip Jeffries and a whitewashed floor blur the boundaries
plain view, while the cluster of cushions softens the angular look of the space.TELL USWhere’s your favourite spot to nap in your home? We’d love to know
What to do in small spaces
Tom Kundig: Houses 2Princeton Architectural Press
False Bay Writer's Cabin in San Juan Island, Washington by Olson Kundig Architects. Photograph by Tim Bies.
as immersed in the natural environment as a conditioned indoor space can be. The writer only has to look up to watch passing wildlife and enjoy unimpeded
Tom Kundig: Houses 2 False Bay Writer's Cabin in San Juan Island, Washington by Olson Kundig Architects.
completing the project in May 2010. With the objective to revitalize a classic space and manifest a new aesthetic identity for the client, GRADE's serene design
window nooks wherever you can. Try a seat with plump cushions or put a writerly little desk squarely in front of a window looking onto the street, Carrie
Brettkelly Residence, Oakland, CADotter & Solfjeld Architecture + Design
wicker like furniture is Kenneth Cobonpue. Jody Brettkely, the homeowner and writer of the popular life style blog, aboutlastweekend.com, bought it at Janus
wicker like furniture is Kenneth Cobonpue. Jody Brettkely, the homeowner and writer of the popular life style blog, aboutlastweekend.com, bought it at Janus
colors used to designate "where to go" spaces
cool modern space. It could be used in a ranch house
blending the indoor and outdoor living spaces. Outdoor furniture has found a place indoors, throwing the space a few curves.
Art HouseSarah Davison Interior Design
to turn the area into a dedicated space of its own just begging you to lay down for a while.
If you’re more a writer than a thinker, keep a gratitude
If you’re more a writer than a thinker, keep a gratitude journal and make it a habit to write down
y frame the view through the window, while soft white drapes soften the space.
The MonasteryArcadia Studio
overhead sectional door conveniently lifts out of the way. This frees up floor space and eliminates the need to find a place to stack the door panels. It also
seamless connection between inside and out. While it doesn’t consume floor space, it does need a place to go when open, either a wall or ceiling. If your
vertically. If it isn’t you’ll need to think carefully about your ceiling space, especially when designing the lighting plan.
wouldn’t want to park a car anywhere near them.” — Eric ReinholdtWe design writers go on about bringing the outdoors in, but interiors and exteriors don’t
overhead sectional door conveniently lifts out of the way. This frees up floor space and eliminates the need to find a place to stack the door panels. It also
Home #19: SALA ArchitectsHomes By Architects Tour
minimum aisle width is 42", writer prefers 48"
cook and entertain often and have the space, you could go as wide as 54 inches. Wider than that, though, and your space will likely become inefficient, as
cook and entertain often and have the space, you could go as wide as 54 inches. Wider than that, though, and your space will likely become inefficient, as
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