Sometimes a space calls for a rectangular coffee table, other times, it calls for a round one. My new space in Boston has a rather small living room of which a round coffee table was definitely called for. The first one in this round up from West Elm is one I wish had been around when I was purchasing for my new space as I would have definitely bought it! Instead, I bought this one. But I love all of these! Leave me a comment to let me know which is your favorite.
Welcome to the first of a new series. #GimmeThatDesign is meant to be fun and educational. In this series, I will use an image of a beautiful space that I love and I will source furniture and materials to give you that design for yourself.
I would love to hear from you. If you have a design that you would like featured in the series, send the image along with the designer and photographer, as well as where you found the design to Taryn (at) bcstudiola.com
Get the look from Fabrio Fantolin designed apartments in Turin, Italy as featured in this article on Dezeen.
modular sofa by Minotti :: blush armchairs by CB2 :: side table by Mater :: coffee table from hive modern :: lamp by bludot :: rug by crate and barrel :: media cabinet at hive modern :: bench at hive modern :: cactus vase by made :: herringbone wood floor by Madera :: paint is superwhite by Benjamin Moore
The Master Bathroom renovation project which we refer to as "Blatau Residence" is officially under construction as demolition began last week! Since this is a condo project and the previous work that had been completed was done quite poorly, the homeowner wanted to first do total demolition before ordering all the materials and fixtures, so it will be a week or so before the new construction begins. But the good news is the existing conditions are all good and ready for our design to be implemented!
It's always so interesting discovering what is in your floors and walls. It can really unearth how lucky you really are, as was the case in this project where there was no waterproofing membrane at the shower. Just concrete on top of the plywood. Our contractor asked the client if the downstairs neighbor ever complained about leaks, they didn't. The plywood sub-floor also doesn't have signs of dry rot. So lucky.
Hire a good contractor! Don't do work yourself if you don't know what you are doing!! You can have major problems down the road that you could be held responsible for!!!
Take a good long look at these "Before" photos, because before too long, you won't be able to recognize what we've done to the space.