Industrial BedroomIndustrial Bedroom, Austin

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Inspiration for an industrial concrete floor and gray floor bedroom remodel in Austin —  Houzz
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Erin Carlyle added this to 8 Cabins to Dream About This SummerAug 1, 2019

Four couples who have been best friends for decades and who raised their families together and vacation together every year decided to build four small cabins on a single piece of property. They bought a 10-acre lot near the Llano River, where kayaking, canoeing, tubing, fishing and swimming are regular pastimes.Each family’s cabin is 350 square feet. All are low-tech and low-maintenance. The homeowners who own this particular cabin both work at a landscape design firm.

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Mitchell Parker added this to Houzz Tour: The Riverside Vacation Cabins That Friendship BuiltFeb 22, 2013

Two sets of high windows are on either side of the cabin to bring in light but maintain privacy. None of the neighbors can see into one another’s cabin from their own. The furniture is all pieces that the homeowners have had in storage for years. “The couples were excited to finally be able to use furniture they hadn’t used in a long time,” the architect says. Designer Jodi Jacobsen did all the interiors. She went with industrial light fixtures, including an old mason jar with an Edison bulb.

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Edward Krufka added this to Lookoff - OfficeAug 15, 2019

like the wood finish on the walls and ceiling

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valeriegoatwoman added this to 350 sq foot studio cabinsAug 14, 2019

Two sets of high windows are on either side of the cabin to bring in light but maintain privacy. None of the neighbors can see into one another’s cabin from their own. The furniture is all pieces that the homeowners have had in storage for years. “The couples were excited to finally be able to use furniture they hadn’t used in a long time,” the architect says. Designer Jodi Jacobsen did all the interiors. She went with industrial light fixtures, including an old mason jar with an Edison bulb.

valeriegoatwoman
valeriegoatwoman added this to 8 cabind to dream aboutAug 14, 2019

Four couples who have been best friends for decades and who raised their families together and vacation together every year decided to build four small cabins on a single piece of property. They bought a 10-acre lot near the Llano River, where kayaking, canoeing, tubing, fishing and swimming are regular pastimes. Each family’s cabin is 350 square feet. All are low-tech and low-maintenance. The homeowners who own this particular cabin both work at a landscape design firm.

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