For those of you who work at reuse centers, I cannot recommend this technique enough. Creating the look of a home with items for sale, greatly contributes to customers visioning those items in their home. If you can make an entire home interior for sale – it will sell.
Online boutique The Line—purveyors of simple, soignee (and undeniably pricey) fashion, furniture, and even toothpaste—have opened The Apartment, a remodeled Soho loft furnished with the site’s invitingly laid-back objects.
via A Soho Dream Loft (Where Everything is for Sale): Remodelista.
Remodelista always has the eye candy. Go an see the rest of the article, if only for the pictures!
The barn-like skeleton of the farmhouse was carefully preserved—the design team say that its charms are what made the structure worth reinventing.
via Follow the Sun: Villa Solaire in France: Remodelista.
Owners (and Kansas City natives) Nicole Williams, a graphic designer, and John Anderson, a furniture maker and restaurant designer, in their new store. Anderson’s favorite material is reclaimed wood; he put it to great use in the shop, which occupies a 1940s a garage. “It was essentially a concrete box,” he says. “We specialize in bare-knuckled design.”
via Homegrown Design in Kansas City: Remodelista.