This is one of my favorite tricks for a small kitchen - creating a cozy corner banquette. Take a look at one of our latest projects where we made use of a tight corner by transforming it instantly to a comfortable place where the whole family can gather. An antique Swedish table and an industrial vintage light add unique touches to the space.
I love this spectacular piece in an entry - the perfect place to hang raincoats and store umbrellas on a rainy day like today. Josef Hoffmann, circa 1930's.
LAMPADAIRE, PIERRE CHAREAU 1923
Sometimes it takes a little imagination to see the potential in vintage pieces. Below is an image of the dining table in our latest project in it's BEFORE state. We loved the metal scroll base when we spotted this piece on the side of the road(!!!), but the outdated laminate top had to go. After a little touch up on the metal and a custom reclaimed wood top, the table looks completely new and modern. Be open to seeing the possibility in vintage furniture, the results will amaze you!
The new place is slowly and steadily coming together. Below is a glimpse of the server and gallery wall.