Hardwood factory floors, hugely-high ceilings and 18-foot windows set the stage for Dee and Nathan's home/pop-up vintage shop. Come in a take a tour of their loft, covet their art and scope Dee's lunchbox collection/filing system.
This is Offbeat Home's archive of artists posts.
There are elaborate romanticized dreams about how young and creative people live — but very few of us are in gorgeous abandoned industrial spaces. We can't all afford the luxuries of gentrified quirky spaces, and most of us have to make the most of what we've got.
These folks have curated their vintage object collection, and their house is filled with so much cool stuff from the '70s that you'll give the decade of bell bottoms a second chance.
Ever driven past a geodesic dome house and wondered what it's like to live there? Becky can tell you: it's hard to figure out where to put the furniture.
Jim Rosenau uses books to construct chairs, shelves and other furniture. We highlighted his cheeky book shelves for Library Week, April 10 – 16, 2011.
Summer, Graham, Gus and Kingsley all live together in a brightly-colored Brooklyn apartment filled with art, ephemera and intriguing artifacts.
This loft is New York-style in Seattle. Between the altars and the archways and the hardwood, it smacks of monastery life — so the dachsund, fantasy chandelier and huuuuuge landcamera prints all over are even better.