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pieces creates richness in a modern space. Here crushed velvet furnishings help create an opulent, library-like feel in this artistic interior.
I love every piece of furniture in this space.
Love the feel of the space.
Midcentury-inspired pieces create richness in this space.
and using it on classic, midcentury-inspired pieces creates richness in a modern space.Here crushed velvet furnishings help create an opulent, library-like feel in this artistic interior.
6. VelvetIf you think your space could use a touch of luxe, then go ahead and incorporate the velvet trend. Velvet
What is my budget?How do I want this room to look, feel and function when the project is done?Are there any specific issues I want to address in this space?Who will be making the decorating decisions: just me, or will I be collaborating with a partner or housemate?Might I actually need a pro to help?Written
estudio gutman lehrer
Really interesting layout and use of the space
small but luxurious loft. This beautiful space takes advantage of every spare inch without giving up a bit of polish. There's even a gallery to gaze at above the bed.
Walls filled with artwork and photographs make for focal points that truly personalize a space. But how would you feel if that wall were
In this roughly 45m x 45m space, every square meter is purposeful. As Mariana says, “Every nook and cranny was exhaustedly studied to stash as many things as possible.” And it shows — especially in the artwork on the inclined ceiling. “The idea was for the owner to enjoy this gallery the moment he was
6. Get weird. By thinking more abstractly, you can turn a simple loft space into something mesmerizing. How abstract, you ask? How about putting a gallery wall on the ceiling, as this Buenos Aires, Argentina, bachelor has done. See more: Houzz Tour: Luxurious Modern Loft
Astleford Interiors, Inc.
Hacienda Chic Residence
open shelve above and drawers below to use all space
Organize closer space, like the compartments
Built up to ceiling to maximize space
likely to need shelves of different heights. Stuffing too-tall items into too-short spaces leaves your closet feeling claustrophobic and you feeling frustrated.
Take Advantage of Unused SpaceNotice how there's open space below the hanging garments? Put it to good use. You can store everything from purses
Closet. Everyone has a fantasy closet space. Get a step closer to yours by tackling your closet this January. You might not be able to upgrade your closet's square footage, but you can upgrade
Dufner Heighes Inc
creative use of space, and map
excellent use of tiny space. i wonder where the wardrobe, clothes are stored?
The creative use of a small space
Dufner Heighes made the most of a small kid's bedroom with space-efficient built-in furniture and map wallpaper.
Build in furnitureIt’s not always the least expensive option, but built-in furniture is a smart idea in a small-space room. It will make use of the most awkward corner or under-used
On a larger scale, this room could work as easily for adults as it could for kids. Working vertically, what might be a cramped narrow space becomes a world unto itself.
Tip: Make a big move in a small space. This map covers and entire wall and its size draws attention away from the fact that the room is only as wide as the bed is long.
Sam Crawford Architects
counter space. Also, like the industrial style ladder/rail against the wood/white
Love the library next to the large open space and windows
Creative space with dining table next to glass doors
Sliding glass doors to outdoor space
music room where the children can practice piano, and a dining room with access to the open kitchen. Like most of the main rooms in this house, this space is open and light, with multiple doors that provide access to the outdoors.The beautifully crafted dining table and chairs are heirlooms from Scandinavia
wall of windows and large open doorway in this home. And I love the floor-to-ceiling bookshelves with library ladder; what a great use of vertical space!
music room where the children can practise piano, and a dining room with access to the open kitchen. Like most of the main rooms in this house, this space is open and light, with multiple doors that provide access to the outdoors.The beautifully crafted dining table and chairs are heirlooms from Scandinavia
SHED Architecture & Design
Everything. Nice for tight space
The reclaimed wood juxtaposed with the clean palette makes this space so inviting!
interesting use of attic space- i like this
A lofted bathroom and sleeping space are perfect for one or two. The cozy sloped ceilings and warm salvaged cedar boards make for a spa-like sleeping and bathing space. Schaer and Hale used a salvaged claw-foot tub, setting it in a gray plaster deck for a built-in look.Share your barn: We'd love to see
5. In a loftA space-friendly idea for a loft-style set-up. Take note of how this family has cleverly divided the room into two thanks to a specially made platform for the
bathroom and bedroom are perfect for one or two. The cosy sloped ceilings and warm salvaged cedar wood boards make for a spa-like sleeping and bathing space. Schaer and Hale used a salvaged roll-top bathtub, setting it in a grey plaster deck for a built-in look.
bit of the countryside into this urban location. A five burner cook top, sprayer style faucet and ample fridge pack tons of function into the small space. Photo by Chris Amaral.
What are the dimensions of this space?
reminder to have a space for cookbooks
suggests about 3 feet of floor space on the ends of the island. The working sides of an island should have 42 inches of space as a minimum, but more than 5 feet usually isn't necessary. The entertaining and eating side of the island is usually determined by the adjacent space — a dining room or living room
5. How will it fit into your kitchen layout? Kitchens are anything but static — the busy nature of this space requires every part to be cohesively designed. Make sure that the working side of your island can function with the opposite kitchen counter. Will it make sense with the rest of your kitchen
Cathy Schwabe Architecture
Russian River Studio
West End of Studio Space. Photograph by David Wakely
inches you left from the back of the stove to the wall? I am having a Rais stove installed this week and I feel like the contractor left too much space, more then code requires. Thanks!
into your space. For instance, glass or a mirror can stand in for water, a candle or lamp for fire, and ceramics for earth. A room with all five elements present will feel more comfortable and well balanced.
to gain window in living space
Similar to the previous image, this contemporary space receives a snug touch from its wood stove.
The main space is furnished with pieces that are easy to rearrange for different events. Large windows and glass doors flood the open room with natural light. Several doors open to the outdoors.Smaller