Japanese Trash masculine design tastethis inspiration

Every so often I see a piece of furniture that I know I would be able to use anywhere I ever lived. This dresser is one of those finds.

The Carroll Street Woodworkers via the marion house book.

 Japanese Trash masculine design inspiration

Looks like that room where everyone hangs out during an informal dinner party. Fantastic.

Martyn Lawrence-Bullard via design elements.

 Japanese Trash masculine design inspiration

I-beams, glass, stainless, indoor space with outdoor immediacy — I want this.

Via concreteanddust.

 Japanese Trash masculine design ymmv tastethis obsession inspiration

I’m a big fan of Flor carpet tiles and have used them in commercial office spaces and at home. You can custom-create almost any look and they’re hardy and resistant to almost everything. So why not use them in the kitchen?

Via Apartment Therapy.

 Japanese Trash masculine design ymmv tastethis

Via ChicTip.

 Japanese Trash masculine design inspiration

 Japanese Trash masculine design inspiration

LOT61 via ChicTip.

 Japanese Trash masculine design inspiration

Via design is my muse.

 Japanese Trash masculine design tastethis inspiration

While I’m no fan of tubs, I do really like the palette, materials, and decor of this bath.

Via cabbage rose.

 Japanese Trash masculine design inspiration

There’s so much good stuff going on in this image. I always enjoy seeing glimpses of a room beyond whatever is in the foreground, so my enjoyment is doubled with this peek into two spaces. Lots of fun furnishings and an amazing sense of calm make these spaces I think I’d like to visit.

Via design labyrinth.

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