Le Marche St. GeorgeEclectic Entry, Vancouver
Megan Buchanan © 2012 Houzz
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This primitive chest acts as a low entry hall table. It provides visual interest and a surface for display and technology, as well as storage for seldom-used items. The strength provided by dovetailed corners suggests to me that this piece might have originally been a tool chest.
Fill all of your rooms with music. In a small apartment, one stereo or wireless speaker will suffice. But if your home is larger, you may want to supplement your main sound system. Tiny stereos and docks are portable, so you don’t necessarily need to blow the budget on lots of sound equipment — just move one (preferably wireless) device exactly where you need it. Of course, if listening to music is a passion, it can be worth it to invest in a whole-house sound system, including speakers that reach outdoors.
The Family's ApartmentThis apartment, referred to as "Old Havana," has a distinctly different feel. Patinated walls and ceilings serve as a backdrop for artwork, antique furnishings and neutral textiles.