Studio

Gypsys, Architects, and Designers

Gypsys, Architects, and Designers

Inside a 1959 Chevrolet Viking Short Bus, we see that a small space does not mean a small imagination. The Moroccan, bohemian style of the interiors reflect the time period of the vintage bus. It’s tastefully groovy while maintaining attention to detail, quality, and function. […]

The TV That Wasn’t There

The TV That Wasn’t There

The television set: A beloved source of entertainment for some, and a despised instrument of brainwashing by others. For interior design, it could be the bane of your space. Why? It doesn’t fit the feel of your room. When it’s off, it’s like a black […]

Urban Awesome Office

Urban Awesome Office

This office is an example of smart, beautiful design. Smart, because it is energy-efficient (using natural light for illumination and heat, sunshades and motorized skylights for cooling off) and beautiful because it fits into its industrial neighborhood while creating a sense of openness, playfulness, and […]

Quickie: Many Arms Make Light Work

Quickie: Many Arms Make Light Work

You know what I’m obsessing on in this design! The last time I saw this amazing chandelier was in Tenka Gammelgard‘s art studio, and in black. I featured Gammelgard’s studio in my post, Making Art: The Studio.

Metal, Stone, and Fire: An Industrial Loft Kitchen

Metal, Stone, and Fire: An Industrial Loft Kitchen

This image by talented photographer,┬áDavid Engelhardt, is one of the most popular pins on Pinterest. It’s easy to see why. The brickwork throughout this kitchen lends incredible color, texture, and solidity to the space (no big bad wolf is going to blow this baby down), […]

No Closet, No Problem

No Closet, No Problem

This beautiful bedroom is part of a house designed to look like a repurposed urban loft. The design adapts elements seen in an industrial building such as open floor plans (the bedroom is not enclosed) and lots of tall windows to make efficient use of […]