I enjoy the illusion of depth added to the space by incorporating that pattern on the built in shelving unit. Not only does it add character, but even for such a close up photo it draws your eyes past the foreground.
Designer Details that Add Interest to a Neutral Room
|2/18/13 1:31 PM|
Perfect. I can't wait to start working on our baby's room. I'm all for re-purposing and shopping around. I love that you painted and reused the shelf.
Before & After: Sketchy Bedroom to Bright Clean Nursery Urbane Jane
|1/30/13 5:09 PM|
Didn't see half of these movies, but based on these photographs, I'd say Hunger Games. Futuristic is so much more complex of a concept for me that any Modern-Contemporary or Gilded Victorian-Rococo space.
Interiors Awards: Which Movie Gets
|1/30/13 5:06 PM|
I admire the idea, but I don't think it was driven in the right direction. With the exception of the Murphy dining table (excellent idea), I don't believe the space is adequately utilized. Be it that maybe the photo in question was staged this way for the article, I find it impractical to hide your bookshelf unless you've got room for a revolving bat-cave entrance shelf. The cute cut-out makes for a very nice knick-knack showcase and I understand the symmetry and light being taken into consideration for placement, but that table could of just as easily been placed to the right of where it is now. Understanding that the table's primary function is to provide the family with a practical dining environment and it would only serve its purpose in that limited capacity.
A Small Family Apartment in the City Noroof Architects
|1/30/13 5:01 PM|