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23 closet factory Industrial Dining Design Photos
Castleberry Hill Loft
Instead of doors, I could use reclaimed windows as screens to cover the closets in the GR.
leave a nice view between living and dining areas. Using reclaimed objects like the windows and repurposing them is very appropriate in this former factory.
surprised that you use that guest room only two or three times a year. That formal dining room hosts a celebratory dinner four times a year, and that hall closet has boxes in it that you moved from your last house and haven't opened since. These are all wasted spaces. Why not make better use of them? Repurposing
that you use that guest room only two or three times a year. Also, that formal dining room hosts a celebratory dinner four times a year, and that hall closet has boxes in it that you moved from your last house and haven’t opened since. These are all wasted spaces, so why not make better use of them? Repurposing
Chris A. Dorsey Photography
This is abaolutely perfect. the space I'm renting doesn't have a closet and I didnt really know what to do with my clothes
clothes rack instead of closet one room
Clothes rack, closet Exposed pipes, (electrical can be enclosed in piping too)
If I had no closet...Exposed closet...Closet behind bed
Global Living / Bluefish Home - Showroom
note the windows....factory style...
Factory windows...factory window
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— save that for your jewelry. And break up all the metal with other materials, such as wood or stone, to keep from feeling as though you live in a factory (unless, of course, that's what you want).
Pause Architecture + Interiors
eight-seat dining room with custom dining table Alex Lukey Photography