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post #1096 of 1906
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Hamilton or Hudson?

Hudson....but in Robbinsville now...actually never tried the Hamilton Ave one.
post #1097 of 1906
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Hamilton or Hudson?

Robbinsville, but I'm closer to downtown princeton most of the week now so I'm at Nomad, Contes or Teresas for pizza.
post #1098 of 1906
Here is a crappy pic of my living room I just finished with. It was a studio that had not seen human contact for about 20 years and was full of stuff. Still need to get cushions made for the couches and a rug for the floor.
post #1099 of 1906
Pretty cool, I like the couches alot.
post #1100 of 1906
Thanks. Yea I like the couches as well I cant wait until I can actually sit on them. I think the room came out pretty cool considering most the stuff was reused from the old room or got for free. The only thing I bought in there was the chair and the light fixture which you can't see.
post #1101 of 1906
Jokerman, that is a slick-looking bachelor pad. Simple but refined.
post #1102 of 1906
I play. Although its pretty hard to find people to play with because it seems fewer and fewer people are playing. Im not one to have objects out just for looks. Everything on that table gets used or read. The little wood box near the end is actually an old cigarette holder which I use to keep my lead for my lead holder in..
post #1103 of 1906
Found some old broker pictures of our place before we moved in. We didn't change much except for some of the lights and completely differnt furniture. We use more modern furniture (Saarinen table, Cherner chairs, Bertoia bar stools, Knoll sofa) and modern paintings to balance the rustic wood/brick setting.



post #1104 of 1906
^^, as it was ... to me modern furniture doesnt signify any warmth
post #1105 of 1906
The place is plenty warm already entirely made of red bricks, wood floors, columns and beams. It's better balanced now and looks less like a barn - but I don't have pics, so you'll have to believe me.
post #1106 of 1906
^^I like that a lot GDL, very rustic which is cool. I bet it looks amazing by the way that you have described it. I would love to see some updated pictures if you ever get around to taking them.
post #1107 of 1906
Very nice. I like the open plan and plenty of natural light.
post #1108 of 1906
Wow GDL. That place looks amazing. No NYcity shoebox for you!
post #1109 of 1906
Great looking place.

lefty
post #1110 of 1906
GDL. Awesome digs.
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