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Example of a transitional built-in desk medium tone wood floor and brown floor home studio design in Portland Maine with beige walls

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Example of a transitional built-in desk medium tone wood floor and brown floor home studio design in Portland Maine with beige walls —  Houzz

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rsmbarbie wrote:May 14, 2014
What is that material/ropes?

- Is it stretchy?

  • Dawson
    thats pretty cool
  • lraa
    love the net! ty!!
veraclarke wrote:May 28, 2014
How do you access the net?

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    Kevin Browne Architecture
    The ladder/shelving design is still in the works. A step ladder is the current way to get to the net.:)
  • tatiana14
    Thanks for your reply.
    When the work is done, don't forget to add the new pictures!
    :-)
coast3 wrote:June 3, 2014
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    Kevin Browne Architecture
    Kapil-I would be happy to help you on your own space. If you would like to have a conversation email me at kevin@kevinbrownearchitecture.com and we can find a time to talk. Thanks for your inquiry
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    rgjuqijuh
    It's cool.
mchasson wrote:July 27, 2014
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    Kevin Browne Architecture
    That is exactly what the desk is. I pieced it together with the Galant line from IKEA
  • mchasson
    Thank you!
bundish wrote:October 23, 2014
  • mkroop

    Was the decision to use 4 x 8 beams strictly due to structural requirements? I'm having trouble sourcing 4" structural members. Have found a local place that will supply 3", and I'm wondering if that would be sufficient for a similarly sized project.

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    Kevin Browne Architecture
    The 4x8 beams were picked more for scale in the space. They may have been a bit larger structurally than needed. I might check with a local engineer. Thanks for an inquiry.
evseratte wrote:March 20, 2015
Love this hammock!

- How does one climb up??

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    Kevin Browne Architecture

    Thank you for your inquiry.

    After two years of being in the space and accessing the net via a step later I designed and had built, a ladder/storage cabinet. Please let me know if you have any other questions.

Shayan wrote:May 27, 2015
What company did you source the net from? Thanks!

Lynda Rajfer wrote:July 25, 2015
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    Kevin Browne Architecture

    Sorry for the delay. The dimensions of this space are 17x23. I hope this helps and thank you for your inquiry!

lumplump wrote:July 26, 2015
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    Kevin Browne Architecture

    The chair is from Staples. I hope that helps. Thank you for your inquiry!

Brandon R wrote:December 5, 2015
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    Kevin Browne Architecture

    Yes this is an Ikea desk. It is the Gallant. I think this has a different name now and is slightly different. Thanks for your inquiry

Construction G & R Laplume wrote:December 10, 2015
  • tarashaw1240

    Hi Kevin, Can you tell us where you purchased the net?

    Thank you, Tara

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    Kevin Browne Architecture
    I got it from a company called Incord, I think in CT. Thanks for your inquiry
arieru wrote:August 20, 2016
  • arieru

    Hi I AM duplicating your internal hammock, and had the same question: I'm curious whether you ran the cable around the perimeter and connected the ends to each other using a turnbuckle, or if the runs are independent of each other. My approach is using 5/16 coated aircraft cable,but wondering about how its all connected.

    Thanks!

    Ariel

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    Kevin Browne Architecture
    Yes I used a turnbuckle to attach the ends and I believe I used the 5/16" cable. Good luck!
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would be great without the hammock; nice view, lots of desk space

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cool "ceiling"

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