725 cloth line Industrial Home Design Photos

Hang an indoor washing lineWhile it isn’t quite the same as hanging clothes outside to dry, an indoor washing line can sometimes be just as effective.
an extra spin to reduce any drips. Look out for some of the pull-out clothes lines from the likes of Brabantia, which tuck away very neatly when not in
Try hanging a line over your bath or in your kitchen to air some of your laundry. This will be more effective if the heating is on, or if you give your
Industrial porch...could be useful for clothes line
Roof line
Cool to use a saw horse as a clothes rack
1. Sawhorse as clothing rack. The industrial look is all about utility — and what could be more
bed for clothes! Great boy room!...Clothes hanger...Clothes stand...Sawhorse as clothes rack...sawhorse as a clothes rack...clothes rack!...Clothes horse...clothes rack
Sonoma Barn - Front ShadingMICHAEL HENNESSEY ARCHITECTURE
sometimes refered to as hardware cloth, metal wire mesh
hardware cloth, metal wire mesh - beside fireplace outside
Vegetated walls Sometimes referred to as hardware cloth, metal wire mesh used as a climbable substrate for vegetated walls doesn’t
Vegetated Walls Sometimes referred to as hardware cloth, metal wire mesh used as a climbable substrate for vegetated walls doesn’t
Vegetated WallsSometimes referred to as hardware cloth, metal wire mesh used as a climbable substrate for vegetated walls doesn’t
Boilers LoftPause Architecture + Interiors
bedroom with exposed clothing storage Alex Lukey Photography
interesting to have exposed clothing storage
Exposed clothing storage...Hanging clothes...Clothing rack...cool way of "storing" clothes...clothing racks...Clothing rack and brick
Sarah ReynoldsChris A. Dorsey Photography
Love the clothing rack in the back
clothes rack instead of closet one room
The bare rail to store clothes...Love the shop style clothes hanger...Clothes rail...clothes area...rack of clothing...clothes out and bed...Studio clothes rack
The Castaway HouseThe Ranch Mine
(smaller with shaker shingles) above the windows to break up the long roof line?
Sail cloth?...Shade cloth...Shade cloth, easy roofing...Porch cloth awning
Garden St. ResidencePAVONETTI Office of Design
between the two bedrooms.” Holly uses the connected room for storing her clothes and getting dressed. When the time comes to add on that master suite, they’ll
Photo “The idea of a master suite and larger private spaces are down the line,” Shane says. “There’s no master suite or walk-in closets. The concept was
between the two bedrooms.” Holly uses the connected room for storing her clothes and getting dressed. When the time comes to add on that master suite, they’ll
“The idea of a master suite and larger private spaces are down the line,” Shane says. “There’s no master suite or walk-in closets. The concept was just
“The idea of a master suite and larger private spaces are down the line,” Shane says. “There’s no master suite or walk-in closets. The concept was
clean lines, no clutter, nice colors
Ed Roth WilliamsburgChris A. Dorsey Photography
the idea of the floor cloth. Can you share your source?
I haven't been able to find a source on the internet for a floor cloth something like you have
but want to adopt this style in a lofty apartment or a home with strong lines and high ceilings, you can. Combine light and dark woods with metal and
but want to adopt this style in a lofty apartment or a home with strong lines and high ceilings, you can. Combine light and dark woods with metal and steel;
work horse for blankets and clothes
the table saw as a clothes rack
Sawhorse for clothes and towels...Sawhorse for clothes in room!
rear deck and outdoor play spaceSullivan, Goulette & Wilson Ltd. Architects
I love the sail cloths!! Who makes these?
simple structure with shade cloth sails, could add a sail to sides; removable for winter
Love the sail cloth...sail cloth...I beams and Sail Cloth
Manhattan Micro-LoftSpecht Harpman Architects
Love the vertical lines running up the stairs. Are they cables?
storage, dark floors, white brick walls, clean lines
Tuck under the stairsThere is no rule stating that you must store your clothes in the bedroom. So make the most of whatever storage space you have. If
happens to be underneath the stairs, fine. Simply box or bag up your winter clothes and hide them in here until the cold weather comes. It’s a good idea to
like the transparent lines coming down
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