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Desire to Inspire
Kim Johnson- home office
Ideabooks3,085
Questions1
it. it is a very dark wood underneath so some of it shows through. i used some leftover aqua wall paint. the frame is styrofoam moulding i bought at Home Depot - and put together and painted.
Great frame idea for vision boards. Foam moulding from Home Depot like place, and paint it.
HOUSE AND GARDEN STACK OF MAGAZINES ON FLOOR!! LOVE IT
I love it! magazine collection, chair, blue wood furniture, cross, vintage fan, yellow corkboard, and THE CAT!
love this room. it made me regret discarding all my O magazines.
Everything in Kim Johnson's house is colorful and fun, and her workspace is no exception. Also, I am coveting that stack of Canadian House and Home magazines, but recycling my glossies and trying to keep things online more has been part of the
“Bulletin board” — adenheyer
Nicole Lanteri, On My Agenda LLC
19 Reviews
Interior Designer's Home Office
Ideabooks859
Questions0
definite opp shop VM! Do it at home, why ot do it at the shop!
This doesn't look like a magazine storage design it looks more like an episode of HORDERS
Love how the magazines have become a part of the furniture!
all the magazines on the table
Lanteri to have a space of her own for her design work. Magazines, photos, and samples live on every available surface — an organized chaos that helps get her inspired. A little antique pink couch sits against the loft wall next to several magazine racks. Two ottomans — the STOCKHOLM from IKEA, and the
Cayden from Crate & Barrel — sit next to an antique table covered in design magazines for easy reading access.
Cover a coffee table. If you're not into clutter, this isn't your approach. But the checkerboard pattern of magazines on this coffee table makes for an engagingly funky surface.
“Love the fabric on the colourful pouf.” — namikap
Desire to Inspire
Kim Johnson- home office
Ideabooks2,500
Questions1
Stack of collection of (same periodical) magazines as a furniture prop. Also framed whiteboard!
what to do with my magazines What is it? A stack of magazines. What is it doing in its new life? Serving as a plant stand instead of taking up valuable storage space. Requirements: Magazine hoarding tendencies.
magazine stack as base for pot
Several things have peeked my interest by the stacked magazines with the plant on top is
Magazine stack with plant on top
What is it? A stack of magazines.What is it doing in its new life? Serving as a plant stand instead of taking up valuable storage space.Requirements: Magazine hoarding tendencies.
Use them as furniture. Pile a stack of magazines high against a wall, and presto! You have a stand
“Books and plants” — frida0630
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Kristie Barnett, The Decorologist
22 Reviews
Enchanted Storybook
Ideabooks4,233
Questions3
The door is original to the 1940's home.
the magazine rack and shelving around the top
Need a magazine rack in the kitchen
shelving and magazine holder
magazine rack for sewing room
Pegs and magazine rack
magAzine rack...magazine storage...magazine storage
“The shelf up high” — lini515
Kristie Barnett, The Decorologist
22 Reviews
Enchanted Storybook
Ideabooks2,332
Questions4
I love this home office it's so calming!
Very homely and warm etc
craft room / magazine storage
Love the magazine rack
Magazine shelf and pallet
magazine rack...magazine shelf...magazine rack
“owl trash can!” — aus10sntx
Shoshana Gosselin
4 Reviews
Big Round Pizza Box Office
Ideabooks4,790
Questions2
This home office was designed to be fun and inspiring. The room is filled with DIY projects including recycled white end tables, recycled art work and bulletin board using a frame from MOMA and grass cloth wallpaper. The wall pattern was based on a gigantic pizza box I cut into a circle. See how it
magazine files: one for each project
Magazines, catalogs and other things you'd like to peruse get stashed in a magazine file; bills to pay go in your bill basket (see No. 7 above); personal correspondence goes in a toast rack or on a pretty tray; notices for upcoming events and items to file can go in another magazine file or a
Small home office. Desk lamp attached to wall
the cabinetmaker? Go shopping in another room of your own house. This china cabinet works well in this home office area.
“Desk hutch/storage set up design” — melhawaii
Bosworth Hoedemaker
3 Reviews
Montlake
Ideabooks4,756
Questions3
Seattle bungalow goes beyond simple renovation. It starts with the idea that, once completed, the house should look as if had been built that way originally. At the same time, it recognizes that the way a house was built in 1926 is not for the way we live today. Architectural pop-outs serve as window seats
making the volume more generous, ensuring that light from the north would not be blocked by the neighboring house and trees, and improving the relationship between the studiolo and the house and courtyard.
entertaining. The ceiling in the central vestibule was lifted up through the roof and topped with a skylight that provides daylight to the middle of the house. The broken-down garage in the back was transformed into a light-filled office space that the owner-architect refers to as the “studiolo.” Bosworth
“It is similar to what I want for the downstairs bedroom.” — mrsbethdavis
A. Peltier Interiors
10 Reviews
Livable Family Home
Ideabooks4,004
Questions4
It was found at Home Goods!
Wall magazine rack may be a great way to contain the clutter in a stylish
The other side of the room is home to the desk. “She is a graphic designer, and she needs to have a lot of things right at hand,” says Peltier. “We installed a horizontal row of wall-mounted file folders. She can easily reach everything, and it keeps the narrow desktop clean.” An acrylic office chair
“I love the look of the pictures layered like they are on a simple but nice shelf. I also love the fi” — Michele Wolf
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