From the monthly archives: "December 2010"

 Japanese Trash masculine design inspiration

 Japanese Trash masculine design inspiration

 Japanese Trash masculine design inspiration

Via ArchDaily.

 Japanese Trash masculine design inspiration

Via cabbage rose.

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 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 ymmv inspiration

I was totally captured by this shot of Vito Schnabel and didn’t know why until I really looked at it. Some of the obvious items of interest: the flooring, that chair, the wood-covered wall, the large-scale art piece–all of these work perfectly with my aesthetic. Then I realized: that’s a line of weights along the back wall on the floor. Ding!

Via The Threads.

 Japanese Trash masculine design tastethis inspiration

BroHo = Bohemian with a masculine bent. See above.

Via eye spy.

 Japanese Trash masculine design tastethis obsession

Via Design Milk.

 Japanese Trash masculine design inspiration

While this is overly staged — it is after all Elle Decor — there are some great elements here. The materials, palette, and space plan all work really well and some of the details (the lamps mounted above the shelving) are spot on.

Via greige.

 Japanese Trash masculine design inspiration

I typically find all white rooms to be too stark for my comfort, but this snippet of a space done in all white does all white right. There’s plenty of visual interest to combat the empty feeling of the white; this makes me want to see the rest of the room!

Via Apartment Therapy.

 Japanese Trash masculine design inspiration

Perfect for the holidays.

Plywood Office via Apartment Therapy.

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