Bruny Island is so peaceful
Photo by Trevor Mein.
The look is great, but I feel like it would be in complete opposition to such an old cottage in tassie. More pics?
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God bless restoration projects. Really breathes new life to classic and meaningful pieces of architecture. Thanks for sharing!
1.5 inches of foam to lounge on, no thanks.
Beautiful meditation/yoga/love-making spot!
Got a source for this? I love it
Jesus this must be at least £1m
Photo by Nicholas Worley.
Just looking at it, and it makes me feel good. Beautiful!
I remember this same place being posted here but as a different photo that featured the dining table instead. There was quite the hullabaloo about why one would want to stare a a big ass blank wall while eating.
Are the titles in this sub so terrible on purpose?
I feel like this is the same conversion all my rich London friends had done. Not even saying it's bad or I don't like it or I could afford it (lol I couldn't). But it's definitely something I've seen about 8 barely different iterations of.
I like these floors. Any guess at what material is used? Also, would this be considered herringbone style?
Is that a stove/heater in the table?
those large cushion look so comfy, just want to lay there talking until late at night. may be falling asleep and wake up when someone make tea.
I have the urge to wedge into that corner lol really cozy layout!
Wow. Abolsutely stunning.
What's the chair in the middle/foreground?
Wow. Carpet. Don’t see that much these days. Looks good.
Photo by Rafael Soldi.
Any idea on the name of the ceiling material?
How does anyone watch that TV?
I like a lot of it, though the seating isn't conducive to watching the t.v. over the fireplace. But, the lighting is fantastic, the leather couch is great, the central table and decorations are great. I would choose other chairs and throw rug and perhaps a more colorful piece of art for the wall. I have a cousin who does great art and I'd like one of hers there if I could afford it.
Hey that's my sofa!
Lake Washington. Everyone does the cruise by.
Love the look OP.
This isn't a knock but it really does look like a nice version of my grandma's house. You did a good job at catching the spirit of the place but modernizing it.
All I think about are the energy bills and comfort in a room like this. Looks great though!
Where Bill lives.
All of that natural light and the only plants are two branches in a vase?
Photographer needs to figure out how to adjust the exposure on their camera
EDIT: I did a quick Google search, and it is indeed the Siren Hotel. I live in Detroit, and it's one of my favorite interiors in the city. The building sat vacant for decades before the hotel was there... Needless to say, this was one hell of a transformation to make this happen.
The interior of the on site bar (Candy Bar) is nothing to scoff at, either: picture
EDIT 2: Want to know more about the building's history of shitty landlords? Learn more here.
I strongly dislike most of what's posted in this sub but it's pics like these every once in a while that keep me subscribed. This room is to-die-for delicious. I love it. Everything is perfect.
Photo by Christian Harder.
Very John Wick.
What hotel is this?
The couch looks sooo lush.
I’m swooning for the lamp next to the couch!!!
Does anybody know what that style of curtains is called?
Need that flower-like lamp tho, it'll be a match for my humble MCM set womb chair replica, Barcelona table, Finn Juhl 1955 sideboard replica. Thanks for the share, this is beautiful and inspiring! Would love to stay in that Hotel.
I'm havin' the Moulin Rouge vibe and I love it
This my jam. SO my jam.
Omg I am LIVING for thissss <3
I love a good jewel tone color palette!
Honestly? I can live in that room 24/7
Thought this was r/PixelArt after only looking at the orange lamps :)
Love it. The mirror would be distracting.
Straight out of Mad Man.
Looks like one of those new fangled collaboration rooms corporate is so fond of.
The furniture looks to be from different periods, and I think that mirror is completely wrong?
It's fun, but not my cup of tea.
So you sit on the couch and look at yourself in the mirror?
I've been here!! There's a really cool bar in there called The Candy Bar! This photo is the lobby of the hotel right infront of the entrance to the bar.
Is this a real place or rendered ?
Space is magnificent but the interior design is a train wreck
Chairs does not fit the concept. But promissing room.
That glass table seem so odd.
Those stairs look like a death trap
looks nice! a chandelier would do well to fill the big open space
The glass table and chairs seem to throw the whole room off. Also, I cant imagine that wood burning stove is very functional. I know they can heat a cabin or living room like a motherfucker, but a space like that, it has to be there only for aesthetic right?
Why is all the art so high up?
Thought this firmly belonged here. You can read more about the project and see the full album of photos below:
Also cross posted on r/malelivingspace
.....would have loved this space.
My husband and I used to dream of doing something like this with an old cathedral
I really dont like the aesthetics of this room. The furniture just does Not fit in my opinion. Also that tiny kitchen...
I can’t look at this without hearing every sound effect from Myst
Got curious, wanted to see more, so here's the website https://freespiritspheres.com/
These things are small, and expensive to stay in. $325+ per night. good for 1-2 people max, washrooms and toilet in separate buildings.
The one pictured comes with the microwave, and a sort of built in water cooler, odd shaped bed, a table and two benches.
These look cozy, until you need to go find the washroom in the middle of the night.
Do these have free spirit restrooms or do you have to free spirit in the woods?
I would live in one of those
What’s a spirit sphere and how is this free
I'd be a free spirit too if I could afford to piss away $300 a night to get high in the forest in a cubicle.
Nice m i c r o w a v e
"free spirit spheres"? LOL
Wish I could give this 3 upvotes
Reminds me of Phish’s “Round Room” album cover
Personal experience: If you have sex in those things, your neighbours are going to notice. The mornings will be weirder than you’d imagine.
When this hotel is rockin...
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We need to have a “Dial a trump supporter” translation service...
“Hello, could you explain what the man who ‘always says what he means’ means when he says he says he want two opposite things?”
Ah yes the holy microwave.
More pics and information.
How uch of this is real and how much is render? Looking at a few different details makes me think render, especially the books on the coffee table, the apples in the bowl, the lighting seems inconsistent.
Looking at the other pictures, maybe it's just how they were edited afterwards but half of them look like only ok renders.
Storing wood on top of the fire place is asking for trouble!!!!
Is that a fake fireplace? It better be with that wood pile precariously stacked above it.
This reminds me of the one house from the movie Us (where Elizabeth Moss and Tim Heidecker lived)
I wanna try building this room on Minecraft.
Now that is an amazing room.
This kind of sort of looks like my idea of a dream office
Anyone know where the wood chair is from?
This looks like a nice casual space in a library. But, it could be a home library if you have a large home. One issue I've always thought about with a library is whether there should ever be a view to the outdoors which could distract from your appreciation of a a fine book or magazine.
I like it.
Looking very nice, but I assume the fireplace is only aesthetic considering how large the place is.
what else is there to say other than "WOW"
I would have made the large area Kitchen- Dining Room- Family Room. My kitchen roof is so low, I’m always setting off the smoke detectors.
Most people live with 9-ft ceilings. So that's about quadruple height.
Personally, double-height living rooms feel like a train station to me or a library lobby. Not cosy and a ‘wow’ factor of every McMansion in every cookie cutter neighborhood in every suburb in America. I’m for interesting vertical space but with this kind of money somebody should try to think up something less obvious.
I can already see my voice bouncing around that room after one word. Looks like terrible acoustics.
It's gorgeous. I would want two more rows for the bookshelves though and change the furniture and rug.
No one wants a double height living room. In proper mansions they have lower height living rooms so you can live and not feel like you’re in some industrial research center.
shout out to continuing that fire wood storage "stripe" all the way up to the second floor. Nice touch
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