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Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
That looks like it might be a custom piece, but you can find other more modern industrial-inspired at Restoration Hardware: http://www.restorationhardware.com/catalog/product/product.jsp?productId=prod1608057&navAction=jump&navCount=0&searchId=1296146698502 And, Ebay, flea markets, and salvage stores
whole look….of course, most of that has to do with how bright they've been able to make it. Can we make this space bright??
Like a space age 70s robot villa
it look nice i like the atmosphere
having to look straight into the windows of the adjacent home. "I love to be involved during the construction process," he says. "The day before the sheetrock was to go in, I was on site and could see that these raised dormers would be an improvement to my original plans; because the workers were there,
Industrial Age workstation in an Information Age space. Cool.
century look. Light and open
Lindsay von Hagel
We're looking to redo the woodwork in our house and love the doors and trim in this room. Can you tell me what was used?
overall look - wood, metal, leather - gray
it to look like this.
corner. An aged leather desk chair completes the look.Dining table, desk chair: Restoration HardwareSee more ways with vintage maps
cg creative interiors
Modern Warehouse Conversion
as it ages - there was no way we were going to paint it over! You can achieve a similar effect with layers of Venetian plaster, available at most paint stores. Your best bet is to hire someone who specializes in faux finishes, as achieving so many different colors can quite painstaking. We use James
like this look for our space but I find it interesting none the less. the peeled/painted/stained wood on the ceiling is cool
Studio Santalla, Inc
Office; Desk designed by Studio Santalla
Photos by Geoffrey Hodgdon
ultimate look from the work station on the loft. The finishing of the rails looks great as well. However we prefer the rail too sync with the stairs rail as well.
consider looking up for your new office space. You’ll need just enough height to stand comfortably. This particular space works beautifully with the floor-to-ceiling windows; there’s plenty of natural light to encourage a productive day at the office.
loft will look over the space below
upstairs looking out a window (but far enough from the window that glare is not an issue) could be ideal. Or, place your desk facing out into a large room, so your eyes have somewhere to go when you glance up from your work. In a tight spot, try hanging an inspiration board, wallpaper, artwork or a mirror
This looks like it was made with boards and plumbing parts. You can find a similar design and how to on the brick house blog. http://www.the-brick-house.com/2009/09/shelving-unit/ This will give you an idea of where to start and you can modify it for your space.
Bookshelves look good and it looks like a nice place to work
small, but looks bad because I don't like the spindly framework. need to figure out why i hate this look
Pause Architecture + Interiors
industrial look. also, lifting it off the floor will give it a much lighter/airier look
it can look sloppy sometimes so the birch trees are more a more finished looks in the space.
bookcase. Looking to get something like this throughout the house in different areas.
wall the look of a large-scale wallpaper print. The birch trees are larger than life.