From the monthly archives: "December 2010"

 Japanese Trash masculine design inspiration

 Japanese Trash masculine design inspiration

 Japanese Trash masculine design inspiration

This space with it’s thoughtful architecture and design by Michael Haverland and Alan Tranksley feels so dynamic and energetic that I can’t help but be inspired.

Via Jenn Ski.

 Japanese Trash masculine design ymmv tastethis inspiration

 Japanese Trash masculine design ymmv tastethis inspiration

Looking to commission modern handmade hardwood furniture? Look no further.

Thoughtwood via Design Milk.

 Japanese Trash masculine design obsession inspiration

I’ve always wanted — literally since I was a kid wanted — a trestle table like this. Not that I have the space for it right now, but that’s beside the point, really. And this one, all wisdom and beauty through years of use, combined with the groovilicious chairs and that stone floor, is just about perfect.

Via greige.

 Japanese Trash masculine design obsession inspiration

 Japanese Trash masculine design obsession inspiration

The architecture, materials, and an over all very tactile space blend to create BroHo on a massive scale in this amazing Amsterdam home.

Via emmas designblogg.

 Japanese Trash masculine design obsession inspiration

 Japanese Trash masculine design obsession inspiration

 Japanese Trash masculine design obsession inspiration

My favorite design these days is practiced by real people renovating their own spaces. Starting with Blake Dollahite (who I’ve yet to give proper respect to with a post dedicated to his work) and in the past few weeks including RedneckModern and others, it is this work I find most inspiring. Today I learned about Wood&Faulk and am excited to be able to watch the progress of his work on his blog (where he also sells his handcrafted goods).

Wood&Faulk via sfgirlbybay via concreteanddust.

 Japanese Trash masculine design inspiration

Beautiful outdoor dining space.

Schappacher White via La Boheme.

Images from the past week that didn’t make it into posts.

 Japanese Trash masculine design tastethis

 Japanese Trash masculine design tastethis

 Japanese Trash masculine design tastethis

 Japanese Trash masculine design tastethis

 Japanese Trash masculine design tastethis

 Japanese Trash masculine design tastethis

 Japanese Trash masculine design tastethis

 Japanese Trash masculine design tastethis

 Japanese Trash masculine design tastethis

 Japanese Trash masculine design tastethis

 Japanese Trash masculine design tastethis

 Japanese Trash masculine design tastethis

 Japanese Trash masculine design tastethis

 Japanese Trash masculine design tastethis

 Japanese Trash masculine design tastethis

 Japanese Trash masculine design obsession

The Timberland Wodehouse Chukka.

Via Nordstrom.

(original post — titled “Want. These. Boots” — dated 10/21/10)

UPDATE: Santa reads Japanese Trash, apparently, because these were under the tree yesterday morning (okay, really it was enough Nordstrom gift gear for me to head over to my local Nordstrom and… order a pair in my size for delivery). Should be wearing these by New Year’s Eve.

 Japanese Trash masculine design inspiration

 Japanese Trash masculine design inspiration

 Japanese Trash masculine design inspiration

 Japanese Trash masculine design inspiration

So many things to love about this space. The mix of materials is sublime, the neutral palette does not wash away interest, the sparing use of color is masterful (and, in many ways, makes the space sing), the exposed infrastructure pieces… it all adds up to a whole much greater than the sum of the parts.

Design Milk via mi casa es su casa.

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