Like many people who live in an older home, my wife and I struggled to find an organized place to put our shoes and coats once we came in the door. We also wanted a place for our toddler to sit as we put on his shoes. As you can see from the first picture, I had an open space behind where my backdoor opens that became a shoe dumping area. We have a coat closet, but it is small and in an inconvenient area. So we attempted Living Without A Closet.
the kitchen dining and lounge has been contained in a double-height open plan wing adjacent to a pool and terrace. see more of this family home in tel aviv by neuman hayner architects (@sharonneuman6) on #designboom! #architecture #interiors by designboom
This <b>public, seventh-story, rooftop garden</b> is one of Seattle's best-kept secrets. It's free, open to the public, and an oasis high above downtown traffic and noise. Located in the Fourth & Madison building, it's part of Seattle's "privately owned public open spaces" program, in which developers create public places in exchange for development rights. At 925 4th Ave.
Kemet Rug by Kevin O'Gara | Thou Swell for Annie Selke Rug Challenge