East Village StudioContemporary Home Office, New York

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rbcola wrote:Apr 25, 2012
  • karsachin
    sorry if its answered, who make the blinds?
  • hallmank11

    this is no fireplace!

Terry Kickham wrote:May 24, 2012
msrose wrote:Jul 20, 2013
tartanarmy wrote:Jan 10, 2013
  • tartanarmy
    Thanks - that is really very helpful.
  • Ben Hughes
    Love this is perfect for my space....but would like to see some other ideas with the same footage. Have a small studio with two windows at end just like this. other ideas?
walkerdb7 wrote:Oct 26, 2012
janetlaura wrote:Oct 17, 2012
  • kelahut
    Would love to know where the chair is from.
  • queoff
    That chair looks comfy! Where is it from?
bajanprincess wrote:Jan 15, 2014
sandragreco wrote:Sep 24, 2013
Kelly Carter wrote:Oct 18, 2014
  • mts2001

    Did you find an answer to where this storage ottoman can be found?

M Seitz wrote:Oct 16, 2014
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    Monarch Sofas
    this looks very much like our 'geo' style. any size, any fabric ;)

    xoxo eva @ monarchsofsa.com

megconway wrote:Dec 12, 2013
  • Rob Currie

    so do I! Did you figure it out?

bjowen wrote:Nov 10, 2013
  • leximatt
    I would also like to know where the sofa came from. Thank you.
ebevey wrote:Oct 17, 2012
  • 12sanjoaquin
    What material is used for the counter top on the desk
mcnurse123 wrote:Jul 16, 2012
  • adelledan0932
    He already answered this question. Is the first one - Jordan Parnass Digital Architecture The whole apartment is a little under 11' wide, this main living space is probably about 18' long.
alxla wrote:Sep 12, 2014
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              jonjonfion wrote:Jan 12, 2013

                What Houzz contributors are saying:

                Becky Dietrich, Interior Designer added this to What to Know Before You Buy a SectionalMar 9, 2014

                Imagine if this room had been furnished with a sofa and two chairs, or a sofa and love seat. It would have looked cluttered and crowded. Even though this loft is small — maybe especially because it’s small — a sectional is the perfect solution.

                Becky Dietrich, Interior Designer added this to Downsizing Help: Think ‘Double Duty’ for Small SpacesDec 13, 2013

                Another great use of space is illustrated here, where there clearly was a need for more than just a single desk. Again, this room serves three functions: office, TV room and living area.

                Laura Gaskill added this to 10 Ways to Do More With a Customized WorkspaceDec 3, 2013

                2. Get a corner desk that doesn’t scream “office.” A built-in corner workstation with storage makes the most of space without calling too much attention to itself — something a plasticky desk from the office store could never do. Choosing a natural wood surface helps the desk feel like another piece of living room furniture.Budget tip: Want a custom corner desk without the custom price tag? Consider building your own using basic Ikea kitchen pieces — you can choose your own countertop material, cabinet style and so on to get the perfect size for your space.

                Fred Albert added this to How to Make Any Small Room Seem BiggerMay 21, 2013

                The living room in this studio apartment doubles as a home office. It works because the desk is integrated into its surroundings and sports matching finishes, so you're not immediately aware that you're looking at a desk. (It helps that the top is neat.) The desk chair maintains the illusion, appearing more residential than commercial. Note the use of storage cubes in lieu of a conventional coffee table; they can also double as seating when friends pay a visit.

                Cathy Lara added this to Can You Live a Full Life in 220 Square Feet?Oct 8, 2012

                Look for Opportunities to CustomizeJPDA Creative Director Darrick Borowski applauds density and supports living on a smaller footprint. "I don't think the microunits necessarily have to equate to a reduction of living standards," he says. "It can certainly lead to that, but it doesn't have to. Although the skeptic in me is concerned how these units will benefit landowners and people with money, another part of me looks at this as an opportunity to create small homes that are bespoke and reflect the way people are living in cities like San Francisco."Borowski points to Michael Pozner's studio, here, as a great example of a space with hardworking multiuse and disappearing furnishings. "His desk space determined so much of the design around it and really reflected the client's needs," he says. "He worked there, had meetings there, but its professional function could also disappear, and the space could turn into an entertainment center, a bar for food and drinks."

                Laura Gaskill added this to Take Ownership of Your Rental's Green FactorJul 4, 2012

                14. Use your window coverings to regulate temperature. During the summer months, close up windows and shades to keep the apartment cooler during the heat of the day. Fling open the windows during the evenings to refresh the air and let in a cool breeze.15. Hang blackout curtains. This add-on for curtains or shades doesn't just keep it dark in the bedroom in the morning, it can also help insulate your apartment.

                What Houzzers are commenting on:

                Vivian Dray added this to Small spacesJun 26, 2019

                7. Recessed alcove Recessed shelves and alcoves can be used to set objects into walls or joinery, reducing the physical and visual space they consume. Here, the television has been recessed into an alcove, diminishing clutter. In addition, a panel of joinery stretches the length of the room while the built-in desk also helps to maximise functionality and liveability. A mirror at the end of the room enhances both light and visual space.

                Sabrina Henderson added this to den/officeJun 8, 2019

                Can use the lower surface for printer

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