I really like this loft in Williamsburg, New York – a project by Elizabeth Roberts Architecture & Design. The owners, chef Ted Lee and sculptor E.V. Day, use the space as workspaces for both of their disciplines and as a comfortable home. I wouldn’t mind doing the same in such a beautiful setting!
open shelving made of reclaimed pine
plenty of natural light ~ and this amazing lamp (a chandelier frame spray-painted white)
his and hers workspaces ~ separated from the living spaces by sliding partition
the dining table is a IKEA wood table + beautiful dining chairs by Knoll
vintage living room set by Austrian Art Deco designer Paul T. Frankl
Where I See Fashion (a.k.a. WISF) is a tumblr about fashion and everything that inspires it, such as art, design, nature, photography & more. It’s a collection of pictures related to each other for different reasons, for instance colours, shapes, sensations, concept. Beautiful and addictive, take a look!
Back in the 1300’s, Europeans decorated their homes with skulls as a reminder to celebrate life. What better way to remind yourself to have a good time than this biting bronze skull bottle opener from Cool Material?
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