Luke Radford's Profile
|Display Name:||Luke Radford|
Apartment Therapy Unplugged | Close-Up: Scott's Ultimate Man Cave
|5/7/09 2:01 PM|
My biggest challenge with studio living is how to entertain. Usually the answer is don't do it. Once you have over 3 people in there they are tripping over everything. You have to tell people "don't bring a date" because they may have no where to be. It doesn't really matter how cute a space is, and how much work you've put into it if you can't share it with your peers and loved ones. With this space and the flow you've set up, you could easily host 12 people without feeling like the walls are caving in on you. Great for night caps, etc. The starkness will allow you to transform it into anything as your mood and the seasons allow. Love the fluidity, speaks of life and brilliance. Might I suggest that the bed has the feel of an exclusive V.I.P. area/conversation pit, so crisp... as a sleeping area should be.
#13 - Jawrite's Light Box
|4/17/07 10:13 AM|
I have the 24" Avanti Range from C.A. in my studio and it is the best appliance I've ever owned. The oven preheats to 400 in 3 minutes flat! I had adjusted to my previous 50s Roper model which took an hour to get to 325. I love that it allows me to avoid having a microwave for reheating leftovers etc. One point of advice with the 24" is that not all muffin pans, or cookie sheets will fit inside they could be too wide. You need to measure the actual opening and shop around.
|4/9/07 2:48 PM|
ooh, tell me the white box flips upsidedown to make a mini-buffet?
Mealbox by Alet and Dag Igland
|4/9/07 12:38 PM|