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Example of a transitional freestanding desk medium tone wood floor home studio design in Portland Maine with gray walls

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Example of a transitional freestanding desk medium tone wood floor home studio design in Portland Maine with gray walls —  Houzz
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dobbins1379 wrote:Apr 20, 2015
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    Kevin Browne Architecture
    Thank you for your inquiry. There is not drywall underneath. I used 4" of spray foam (and R-22 fiberglass batts) as my insulation to create an airtight assembly. It would be a good idea to use drywall or an air barrier underneath though if you are not using spray foam to control the air leakage. I hope this helps. Let me know if you have further questions. Thanks Kevin
  • cohocowgirl

    Thank you Kevin, already have part of the ceiling dry walled so I guess we will continue.

zorro111 wrote:Jun 4, 2014
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    Kevin Browne Architecture
    The inside dimensions are 15'x23'. The carpet is from overstock.com. Thanks for your inquiry
  • finnknitter

    what is the name of the flooring?

4achange wrote:Jun 4, 2014
navynursenm wrote:Nov 24, 2016
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    Kevin Browne Architecture
    I bought these lights off of Lightingdirect.com I am not sure what the wattage/lumens are for this fixture. You may be able to get more powerful bulbs. This isn't a very bright fixture just by itself. I hope this helps. Thanks for your inquiry.
  • Wendy
    We hav these cable lights at our lake house. I opted for them vs. cans on our 20 ft ceiling for several reasons. I believe the transformers are 300 watts or so each. We have 5 lights on each of two transformers and they do a great job lighting our entire great room. I like that they can be pointed in any direction you want and that you can suspend them across a cathedral ceiling bringing the light down to where you need it. I also like that the bulbs are easy to reach with a standard step ladder for when they need changing. Mine are Tech brand, but there are several manufacturers now.
maxandjessica wrote:May 10, 2016
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    Kevin Browne Architecture
    The room is 15'x23'. The height of the walls I believe are about 9' tall and the peak of the ceiling is I think 15'. I hope that helps. Thanks for your inquiry.
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Annie Thornton added this to See Why This Architect's Office Has a Built-In Safety NetMay 12, 2014

A dilapidated garden shed in Browne’s yard instigated the move home. At the time Browne was working in a rented space in nearby Yarmouth, 25 minutes away from his home in Falmouth, Maine. Though the shed’s construction didn’t hold up, the idea did. Browne envisioned a studio that felt very New England, but he wanted to explore contemporary materials and building techniques. He didn’t want a 19th-century replica. The 16-foot by 24-foot studio has a simple open gable plan. Rough-cut pine shiplap, milled just down the road, warms the cathedral ceiling. Douglas fir beams (4-by-8s) break down the vaulted ceiling’s expanse. The flooring is engineered hickory. Browne sourced as many of his materials from Maine as possible.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

kelly_peasgood
Kelly Peasgood added this to Office/DiningMar 18, 2019

If we did raise the ceiling, we could add a window up where the venting is now, and a cool wooden beam ...

ts705
ts705 added this to Porch ProjectFeb 25, 2019

Pine rough-sawn pine shiplap 1 x 8

altogirl
altogirl added this to Studio IdeasFeb 20, 2019

I like the black cubby unit in the background with the lower unit as a desk-like surface. Could stack another on top of the taller unit for even more vertical storage.

betsy_andersencoe
Betsy Andersen Coe added this to Betsy's ideasJan 12, 2019

Wood ceiling- maybe we put this on hold and do later in the master bedroom?

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