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post #7906 of 8380
Good to know. Thanks!
post #7907 of 8380
I updated my blog;
https://brianholcombewoodworker.com/2016/05/14/the-bulters-desk-base-frame-continued/
post #7908 of 8380
The videos are an excellent addition.
post #7909 of 8380
Thanks Butch! I've got some dovetailing videos coming up soon. Should add another dimension to this format of showing the build process.
post #7910 of 8380
This is not cool furniture nor is it an example of fine design, but for my small apt in SF it'd offer extreme utility: Can anyone eyeball who makes this narrow storage unit? I'm hoping someone will recognize it. I've tried all the Google methods and no luck.



Thanks in advance.
post #7911 of 8380
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Originally Posted by P. Bateman View Post

This is not cool furniture nor is it an example of fine design, but for my small apt in SF it'd offer extreme utility: Can anyone eyeball who makes this narrow storage unit? I'm hoping someone will recognize it. I've tried all the Google methods and no luck.
 

 

I don't know where it's from, but both the storage unit and the rug look very, very Ikea-ish. 

post #7912 of 8380
Ikea shoe storage.
post #7913 of 8380
Yup, you guys are right. I believe that's vintage Ikea. I can't find the model anymore so I suspect it's discontinued. Dang.
post #7914 of 8380
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Originally Posted by P. Bateman View Post

Yup, you guys are right. I believe that's vintage Ikea. I can't find the model anymore so I suspect it's discontinued. Dang.


If the inside is designed similarly to this then I am not sure the unit would full-fill your needs unless you planned to store shoes in it.


Edited by Jr Mouse - 5/17/16 at 10:36am
post #7915 of 8380
yeah was going to say that too. Based on the depth and the way the handles are positioned I think it's a shoe storage unit so unless you redo the insides, it's probably not the kind of storage you had in mind.
post #7916 of 8380

The Kips Bay Decorator Showhouse is up at Madison and 61st. The usual mix of decorator gone mad rooms. Well worth a visit, if only to see what the inside of 40M townhouse is like.

 

http://www.architecturaldigest.com/story/kips-bay-decorator-show-house-2016

 

lefty

post #7917 of 8380
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If the inside is designed similarly to this then I am not sure the unit would full-fill your needs unless you planned to store shoes in it.
 

 

Well, this is Styleforum, where people have custom-made Burmese teak cabinets to store their collection of handmade shoes...

post #7918 of 8380
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Originally Posted by lefty View Post

The Kips Bay Decorator Showhouse is up at Madison and 61st. The usual mix of decorator gone mad rooms. Well worth a visit, if only to see what the inside of 40M townhouse is like.

http://www.architecturaldigest.com/story/kips-bay-decorator-show-house-2016

lefty

That NYC design expose is vomit inducing.
post #7919 of 8380
It's like a couture show. No one actually wears that stuff, but it trickles down into RTW. In this case I found a few things I like.

Also cool to be in a 5 floor mansion at 61st and Madison

lefty
post #7920 of 8380
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Originally Posted by lefty View Post

The Kips Bay Decorator Showhouse is up at Madison and 61st. The usual mix of decorator gone mad rooms. Well worth a visit, if only to see what the inside of 40M townhouse is like.

http://www.architecturaldigest.com/story/kips-bay-decorator-show-house-2016

lefty

I really like the look of this.

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