This one is for JS - for loving the eames chair… and for me, lover of houndstooth!
via Apartment Therapy
Redoing Jeff’s room (but he doesn’t know it yet… Hi Jeff!) and I’m thinking midcentury modern would be a great direction to go. It’s very streamlined and masculine - he already has a few midcentury pieces including the Eames chair, and it fits the architectural vibe of his house in Laurel Canyon.
Here’s inspiration #1!
cherry blossoms really class up any room situation, even if there’s a grumpy rabbit smoking a cig right next to it
Arco light making an appearance. Liking the subtle modern room, classic art mix
The Story of Eames Furniture: Marilyn Neuhart with John Neuhart - Interview from Gestalten on Vimeo.
For Jeff Schro:
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My best friend rewards my good behavior with interior design pictures. This is a good friend to have
Now enjoy some Selby.
I love how I’m like “Jeff where have you been finding all this cool stuff lately?” and Jeff’s like “….”
hmm I respect that.
My friend Jeff sent me this one… I love the black walls and the symmetry. The unique couch looks beautiful along with the Marilyn screen prints, huge mirror, vintage lamps and kentia plants. Favorite room of the month so far
This one’s for J Schro, a man of distinguished taste in literature and chairs
This one’s for Jeff. A totally modern art collector’s loft in Greenwich Village, NYC. Right where I used to live!
My friend sent me this great article about a guy who lives in a tiny 182-square foot condo in Seattle.
Steve Sauer is interior engineer for Boeing, so it makes sense that he would prefer to live in a home without any wasted space, and with a preference of quality over quantity.
This room is total proof that with creativity and a passion for making your living space truly original - you can make ANY room of ANY size look great.
check out the rest of the article here.
Check out this amazing story about a guy who transformed his 330 square foot Hong Kong apartment into a modern 24 room home! You have to see this.
Thanks J Schro (again!)
A young Panton S chair
My S chair model photographed by The Jeff Schroeder