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post #1936 of 4174
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I maybe alone here, but I would just paint all the walls grey and leave it bare, it's a bedroom, the less noise the better.

you're not alone, though I'd use white paint. I belive the correct paint is called "touch of black". I forget who makes it.



or just off white, one can have something like this.

post #1937 of 4174
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Originally Posted by Axelman 17 View Post

I kind of like Matt's idea of a wall mounted swing arm light (cant do an overhead fixture in my building). Dont love the Prouve though, would like something with a bit more volume at the end, any ideas?

PD_19124_MAIN?$main$
post #1938 of 4174
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Originally Posted by itsstillmatt View Post

Here are a few like a lot. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


i blame you for my desire of his Holonzki fixture.
post #1939 of 4174
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i blame you for my desire of his Holonzki fixture.

He is a genius.
post #1940 of 4174
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He is a genius.

and, as the wife said, an artist whose pieces happen to cast light
post #1941 of 4174
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PD_19124_MAIN?$main$


Yeah, right...
post #1942 of 4174
^ You don't like it?

(more lamp examples here: http://letstay.blogspot.dk/2012/01/cool-industrial-lighting-fixtures.html )


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Contemplating one of these:

fk150-sideboard-4_grande.jpg

fk150-sideboard1_grande.jpg

Thoughts?
post #1943 of 4174
No, I like Serge Mouille.


Those are nice, though I much prefer the Finn Juhl credenza.
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post #1945 of 4174
^ Who makes that?

Finn Juhl's stuff is great (I really like his Nyhavn desk), though I'm torn on the painted doors/drawers. As for the two above by Fabricius & Kastholm, I feel the black + palisander gives off more of a modern vibe, while the smoaked oak seems more contemporary. While it's to be placed in a room with some other modern furniture (a chair and a couch, both in black leather), I'm currently leaning towards the smoked oak to keep it from getting *too* MCM.

Btw, regarding the lamps I asked about earlier, I ended up with the Titan 3 and then this one for the entrance. Had them both hung today.
post #1946 of 4174
Cappellini
post #1947 of 4174
Thanks, found it. 'Brest Notte'.

As for the Fabricius & Kastholm sideboards above, I saw both of them today. They're *much* more impressive IRL than the photos imply. Really good stuff.
post #1948 of 4174
Cool choices on the lamps. I had a feeling you would like the Titan in person.
post #1949 of 4174
Thanks for all the good advice. I think my issue with the Prouve is that it doesnt have a shade and it feels naked to me without one (there is some sort of bush joke to be made here). Going to go to Flos in Soho and see if anything appeals to me there.
post #1950 of 4174
Anyone have thoughts on the smoked oak vs palisander w/ black doors sideboards?

Reposted below so you don't have to scroll up



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fk150-sideboard-4_grande.jpg

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