I can safely say that I have never, ever seen a tractor in a 'before' picture of a room makeover...until today, that is. Los Angeles interior designer Shirry Dolgin nixed the farm equipment
Seventeen-year-old Joel Vardy needed more workspace at his desk, so instead of expanding out, he decided to build up and take advantage of the high ceiling in his room. He's provided a pictorial
Brittany has published this amazing home tour on Curbly user blogs!
Bold statement, I know. But if you've been poring over pictures of the brightly simple, meticulously designed East Oakland loft of artist Dee Adams, you'd say the same thing too.
A full-time painter, graphic designer and blogger (she has awesome giveaways, FYI), Dee takes the meaning of live-work loft to a new level. All those paintings on the walls? Yeah, those are her own. And you won't believe the treasure trove of mid-century finds the...
- 4,700 sq feet
- 5 bedrooms/4 full baths
- 11 + feet high ceilings
- 17 windows with 4 exposures
- And a 2,800
Sasha's 850 sf Brooklyn loft needed some serious help. Enter Mary L. Chan of Studio Bartleby. With Ms. Chan's help and a $5K budget, the loft went from a sad studio to a stylish one bedroom retreat.