You know for me to post 9 images of one space means I’m seriously into what’s going on there. This place is a tremendous departure from what I see from day to day reviewing design blogs to bring the best of masculine design to you, and I couldn’t be happier (it’s even located right here in Austin; what could be better?).
Apparently there’s some debate going on as to the overuse of oriented strand board (OSB) in this home–check the source links below for more on that. I’m of the opinion that the use of OSB for walls is part of what makes this place stand out from the crowd. In a good way, to my thinking. In other photos you can see it’s used for a variety of furnishings as well–from a coffee table to bar stools–and that’s where I think it’s gone over the line. I prefer to think the owner/architect will replace those items with other pieces down the line.
A couple of my favorite features: that kitchen is amazing; the mixture of elements in the dining space rocks; that black painted bedroom–wow; lighting and marble in the bathroom; and that awesome open walk-in dressing space!
Note: To make up for not posting yesterday there’s plenty of extra goodness (6 posts) for you today!
Images from the past week that didn’t make it into posts.
Via desire to inspire.
Via Amanda Norton.
Via The Design Files.
Via west elm.
Via emmas designblogg.
Via Spooky Home.
Via French By Design.
Via Style At Home.
Via Design Shimmer.
This project–located here in my home town of Austin–was published about a year ago but I’ve only just seen it for the first time today. Amazing with a gorgeous palette that’s right up my alley, so of course I had to post it. Apologies if the images seem off–I was only able to find a PDF of the work.