Austin SkyHouse LoftScandinavian Bedroom, Austin

Open concept loft designed for style and functionality. Urban loft meets eclectic living.

Photo by Erin Williamson

Small danish light wood floor bedroom photo in Austin with white walls —  Houzz
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cbaltzegar wrote:Apr 6, 2015
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    Posh Interiors Austin

    Wayfair has this version but CB2 also has a great one as well.

    Happy Decorating!

  • Jess Haas

    Where did you get those stools?

Brenda Reeves wrote:Mar 18, 2015

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    Toronto Interior Design Group | Yanic Simard added this to 12 Ways to Divide Space in an Open Floor PlanSep 26, 2017

    4. Create functional divisions. Sometimes all you need to make two zones feel separate is just a small obstacle between them. This room uses a compact breakfast bar to add a little dining space, but also to create a separation between the bed area and the living area, essentially extending the wall out a bit so the zones feel that much more divided.

    What Houzzers are commenting on:

    Khoni Mompati added this to My ideasMay 11, 2019

    The high stools are a great idea

    mona_ism added this to Floor - charlotteApr 12, 2019

    floor lightness juxtaposition vs. cement ceiling

    Aleksandra Wasowska added this to StudiosFeb 18, 2019

    The small dining table, wall deco

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