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Chelsea Townhouse by Archi-Tectonics | HomeDSGN, a daily source for inspiration and fresh ideas on interior design and home decoration. (Great way to display my photographs)

Chelsea Townhouse by Archi-Tectonics

New York City-based studio Archi-Tectonics has designed the Chelsea Townhouse. Completed in this square foot, three story, contemporary home is located in Chelsea, New York City, USA. Photos by: Richard Powers

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built in seating and photo display makes for divine dining

KITCHEN NOOK love love love love the idea of bench seating in a kitchen area! Also, love the family pictures, that way as you are cooking you can see all your loved ones!

I see the Beatles, lorde, of monsters and men, nirvana, black sabbath, led zeppelin, credence Clearwater revival, the arctic monkeys, pink Floyd

Spot your favourites. I can see Lorde, Coldplay, Of Monsters and Men, The Beatles, Nivarna.

i wish this was me every time i come out of a record store... should get this on my wall near my player aka my baby

Vinyl Revival by Emma Dobson. A project investigating the modern revival of vinyl record collecting.

I love making DIY pillows and T-shirts using heat transfer vinyl and my Cricut. These DIY tips really came in handy.

How to Use Iron On Vinyl with Cricut

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I don't know what else is in this room, but if it has stacks upon stacks of's guaranteed that I will get lost for hours inside.

She has a huge record collection and strongly believes music sounds better on vinyl

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An entry from Vinylizm

One day I'll find that special someone who gets just how awesome my record collection really is. Art by Robin Banks