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    Writing space with a moody, steampunk feel. Vintage typewriter and photographs, patterned wallpaper.

    abigail ahern-dark and


    21 Cool Tips To Steampunk Your Home / fab eccentric (in a good way) ideas on this link

    This looks beautiful and is a great way to repurpose old luggage, but I would have to invest in a whole heap of luggage tags so I would know what was in each suitcase. You'll find a lot more storage ideas on our site at theownerbuilderne...

    Vintage Safari, Safari Furniture, Vintage Furniture | Second Shout Out

    myidealhome: Yellow chair (via In My House Blogg & Butik)

    Rem-Show No. 4 typewriter - 1896, www.antiquetypewr... by antique typewriters, via Flickr

    Country Chic

    Lovely vintage pale blue the rotary dial!

    wood stove

    I love this studio style home office space. Although it appears to be a little dark and dreary from the concrete grey walls, the rectangular shape wood desk and drawers bring a warmth. The white hairy area rug breaks up some the lines for softnes and light. The large windows give the room lots of natural light.

    A Cabinet of Curiosity room...the first museums were items collected during the travels of the wealthy. They would then house these collections of random items in a specially built cabinet (glass fronted) w/lots of drawers + invite their friends over to admire. Collections got bigger/more specific...hence- the museum! But some folk like me still keep their 'treasures' close by + visible.

    I have a great desire to do this (except I want a functional old typewriter):Set up a small area in your guest room purely as an aesthetic. Vintage desk lamp with a beautiful antique Underwood Typewriter. We sell typewriters for 150$ at The Art of Demolition at 390 Keele Street in Toronto

    ... Inspiration #354

    Old school chart, typemachine... Industrial chic!

    How to make a small space under the stairs into the perfect home office... love the shaped bulletin board!

    Espacios de trabajo


    Portrait of the artist Brita Granstrom, by photographer Diana Pappas. Some day I will have a large workspace with a bright window.