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East Village StudioJordan Parnass Digital Architecture
Architecture The whole apartment is a little under 11' wide, this main living space is probably about 18' long.
I'd imagine it may be LAX series: http://laxseries.com/live_and_relax/3X_shelf_with_base.html
The living room in this studio apartment doubles as a home office
Compact living. Good idea for a student house
Nice and compact work station for a small living space
Opportunities to CustomizeJPDA Creative Director Darrick Borowski applauds density and supports living on a smaller footprint. "I don't think the microunits necessarily have to equate to a reduction of living standards," he says. "It can certainly lead to that, but it doesn't have to. Although the skeptic
Borowski and his team clearly defined each space. This is the living room and work area. Once each space in the unit was assigned a specific function, the effect was a sense of visual clarity in the overall apartment.
Katie Ridder RoomsVendome Press
I live in holland but were can i buy this desk? emailadres: marijtje1@tele2.nl
Living rooms. A Parsons table in bone-colored lacquer doubles as a decorative table and a desk space in this urban living room. Ridder placed this desk right in front of the window in order to take advantage of the high-rise view. When decorating a living room, you want your furniture to help your guests
over decorated. Ridder always starts her living room designs with a furniture plan. This is the basic organization of the room, which Ridder says should contain multiple seating areas, all with comfortable seating, tables, and good lighting. "A successful living room beckons you to explore, then invites
" Scheer & Co. Save to Ideabook Email Photo The pair also turned a niche in their living room into a full-blown office for two with built-in desk and curtains to hide work away when the "room" isn't in use. "
their small space. They carved one out of a niche in the living room and hung floor-to-ceiling curtains to close it off (and give the couple a respite from work) when not in use.
With ingenuity a workspace for two is created within a main living area behind drapery panels. The station feels special
Behind curtain number one: a workspace for two! When the drapes are closed, the entire thing disappears, leaving the living room for living.
The pair also turned a niche in their living room into a full-blown office for two with built-in desk and curtains to hide work away when the "room" isn't in use. Read more about the office
Hollywood GlamourLori Gentile Interior Design
Upstairs living area could do with a little reading corner like this...
We can keep an open bookshelf like this in the first floor living room with that kind of tile or wallpaper in the back
2. Living room. When integrating an office into the living room, make sure the space has a welcoming, sophisticated air, just as you'd expect from any other well-designed living room. That way guests won't feel like they're encroaching on your private workspace — or worse, sitting in an untidy office
Glamour. Sleek lines and exotic materials give this living room a glamorous look that sets it apart. The floor-to-ceiling bookcase has a metallic wall covering on the back to create a focal point. Although
Home officeLisa Borgnes Giramonti
Borgnes GiramontiSave to IdeabookEmail Photo Style Secret: Layered Textures Texture gives an eclectic space its depth. Nearly every surface in this living room brings something different to the party: the nubbly Oriental rug over coarse sisal; the rich wood of the floors and trim; the thick, lush upholstery
Style Secret: Layered TexturesTexture gives an eclectic space its depth. Nearly every surface in this living room brings something different to the party: the nubbly Oriental rug over coarse sisal; the rich wood of the floors and trim; the thick, lush upholstery
Get your creative wheels turning.A few more prompts to help get you started:• Are you a rich-color lover at heart but live in a white box? • Which colors make you instantly happier? • How do you respond to bright or bold color?• Do you have any strong color dislikes?Think
Piedmont ResidenceCarlton Architecture
design ties the home to its surroundings and enhances the ability to experience both home and nature together. The entry level serves as the primary living space and is situated into three groupings; the Great Room, the Guest Suite and the Master Suite. A glass connector links the Master Suite, providing
most people could not see beyond what was not there. I saw its potential. We were young and were starting out with our first home. Wrong advice, as we live in one of the best areas and, with being artsy and creative, have made many worthy changes over the years. It was a great decision.”A Realtor told jae_57
of floating, since the trees extend down below the edge of the glass at the floor.With floor-to-ceiling glass, it’s easy to wonder how the couple lives without curtains; where is the privacy? Considering that they own 13 acres, and that the house is laid out strategically, it is not an issue. Unlike
Unfolding ApartmentNormal Projects
Is the occupant still living there?
when the client is in the living room. The drop-down panel becomes a desk with a quick swivel of a double-duty living room chair. The screen allows light to come through when needed, and can close up for ultimate privacy when guests are sleeping on the daybed in the living room. One of the biggest
living room
Nice shelving for living room
office in the living room?
bookshelves for living room
Bookcase for living room
??? Living room built in???
Formal living?...Living room?
Sustainable Cliffside LivingJaque Bethke for PURE Design Environments Inc.
glass door in the upper family living space
Between rear living room and kitchen area
Glass room ( safe glass walls for the first floor living space)
for up in living space -- door. may need to create way to keep kitties out of upstairs or downstairs as well.
sliding glass living
Size of the living room.
living Room in master Bedroom
Sustainable Cliffside Living
A "Classic Six" on Manhattan's Upper East SideElizabeth Hagins Interior Design
the desk/bookcase incorporated into the living area and chairs that function as both desk chairs and living room chairs
perfect FLEX space chair for living room/family room office space
Built in desk, living room, library
charcoal grey in living room
Office area in living area
warm, lived in, welcoming
office/living room - built in
living red with reds
Family LoftZeroEnergy Design
fantastic view and clear shot to the play space below. A wall separating the master bedroom from the double height living space was replaced with a folding glass door to open the bedroom to the living space while still allowing for both visual and acoustical privacy. Photos by Eric Roth. Construction by Ralph
privacy and quiet, but can open fully. The translucent doors connect the master bedroom to the main living space and open it to the vast city views. They also the bedroom to borrow light from the main living space. Doors: NanaWall; door hardware: Hafele Hardware
bedroom with translucent folding doors that close for privacy and quiet, but can open fully. The translucent doors connect the master bedroom to the main living space and open it to the vast city views.
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