I’ve said over and over again that graphic prints are a great addition to any modern, masculine space. Something like this star chart, for example, makes a clear, colorful statement–without overpowering your room.
When I see an item like this, I’m always reminded of one of my favorite masters of modern masculine design: Thomas O’Brien, who has incorporated a similar chart in several of his designs–like so:
Via Gear Patrol.
When someone refers to a space having “good bones,” this is the kind of masculine apartment design that immediately comes to mind. There’s such a terrific flow here–from the dining area (with that amazing Orbit chandelier) through to the living room, and beyond. Throw in those sweet wood floors, paint the whole place white, give it smart, timeless pieces, and you have yourself a real winner.
There’re a lot of great house interior design ideas going on in this simple shot, from the sleek, modern chairs, the simple, round tables and the (faux?) hide rugs to the sweet peek at what looks like a terrific outdoor space (does that look like an al fresco bathtub to anyone else?). Plus: great materials–what’s not to love about a concrete floor with character-adding cracks?–and those windows all around the perimeter of the house. The textured cement eaves overhanging the windows and encircling the courtyard create wonderfully subtle visual interest as well. Read Full Article →
Don’t know if it’s on the map or not, but this would look great in it. (Um, what’s “The Office,” Alex?) Okay, I’ll admit it was a stretch at best, but this would be a fun addition to the movie poster collection you may have already begun for your space. Take a closer look and discover scores of films in this retro LA street map style artwork.