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Alison Damonte Design
Palo Alto Eichler
by MC Hammer—hangs above the bed. “Music is really a part of this family’s life,” says Damonte. “There’s always music on in the house.” Art: Arianna Orland
collection of famous music lyrics in basic font framed on one wall
Favorite songs // for music room...music lyrics on wall
Hidden Desert South
house into a music room and removed a portion of the closet to create a desk niche.
The designers turned the smallest bedroom in the house into a music room and removed a portion of the closet to create a desk niche.
Dallas, TX: Brian and Katherine
Greenman by Sarah Greenman Music often inspires Brian's design aesthetic. He transformed this built-in bookcase into a music epicenter that boasts two record
or blog. Built during the advent of space travel, an invasion of British music and the first season of The Jetsons, this 1959 mod-style house is a beautiful
record players, music storage and a built-in speaker system. modern living room by Sarah Greenman Add to ideabook by Sarah Greenman by Sarah Greenman The
When was the last time you sat down just to listen to some music? Music is a powerful tool that can influence mood, create atmosphere and soothe
background, practically unnoticed. Much like reading a novel, listening to great music can transport you to other places and times, enhance your creativity and
and ignite your imagination. Check out these ideas for incorporating music listening into your routine at home.
Music and reading area...Music room...for a music room
Kristen Rivoli Interior Design
A mix of old and new to create a comfortable living area
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Guy Peterson Office for Architecture
Revere Quality House Renovation and New Companion House
music OR guest bed as outbuilding
transformed this garage into 4 unique living zones (kids area / guest nook / music / afromosia lounge) to work both independently and collectively for the family