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Montage: 50 Rooms with Built-In Log Storage

Last week my first post of the year for the Lamps Plus blog was published, Firewood Storage Solutions, From Trays to Totes. Since ’tis the season, and I’ve been seeing massive stacks of logs on Pinterest, here’s a companion post for you, with plenty more of the look.

wood storage in entry Stine Langvad Interior Design

Stine Langvad Interior DesignElle Deco Denmark 

Photo by Ann-Charlotte Fagerlin for Expressen

photographer Ann-Charlotte Fagerlin for Expressen

window seat storage skona hem

Skona Hem magazine

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 Catherine Kwong Design

photographer Paul Massey.

 photographer Paul Massey

Marimekko’s Spring 2009 catalog-logs

Marimekko’s Spring 2009 catalog

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Pizza East restaurant, London via Arch Daily
Michaelis Boyd Associates  –  photographer Richard Lewisohn

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Summer home of set designer Rie Lykke, Denmark
photographer Pernille Kaalund for Femina

MARK BORTHWICK BOOKSHELVES

photographer Mark Borthwick

firewood-organize-by-Antonio-Lupi-2

firewood organizer by Antonio Lupi

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Erin Martin Design

firewood-Yellows-Photography

Mikkel Mortensen of Yellows Photography

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The Construction Zone

Meister-Construction-Ltd-wood-storage

Meister Construction

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photographer Daniel Hertzell

Shim-Sutcliffe-Architects-contemporary-fireplace

 Shim Sutcliffe Architects

catalonia-fireplace-by-Francesc-Rifé

Catalonia fireplace by Francesc Rifé Studio

tulip table

unidentified

Photo-Michael-Graydon-Canadian-House-&-Home-architectural-design-Ray-Murakami

Murakami Design
photographer Michael Graydon for Canadian House & Home

Van Der Merwe Miszewski Architects

Van Der Merwe Miszewski Architects

rustic room

unidentified

purpleareafireplace

unidentified

purple flowres

unidentified

Photos- Maria-Isabel Hansson via Hus och Hem

Photographer Maria-Isabel HanssonHus & Hem

Photo ©- Greg Cox-HogL House of Pictures

photographer Greg Cox for HogL House of Pictures

outdoor-log-storage-Andersson-Wise-Architects

 Andersson Wise Architects

Olson-Kundig-Architects-outbuilding

 Olson Kundig Architects

long-white-brick-fireplace

unidentified

Kelly Klein beach house AD

Kelly Klein’s beach house
Architectural Digest

built by photographer Trine Thorsen

Built by photographer Trine Thorsen

log-storage-klill.no

 Klikk

Jessica-Helgerson-interior-design-log-storage

 Jessica Helgerson Interior Design

log-storage-jeltje-fotografie

Jeltje Fotografie

Culligan Abraham Architecture

Culligan Abraham Architecture

Studio Ko

Studio Ko

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Elle Decor

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Elle Decor

Kendall Conrad, via C Magazine.

Kendall ConradC Magazine

firewood organizers by Antonio Lupi

firewood organizers by Antonio Lupi

Lena Proudlock Photography for Maison Francase Magazine

Lena Proudlock Photography for Maison Francase 

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Elle Decor

 architects Renaud De Poorter and Femke Holdrinet

architects Renaud De Poorter and Femke Holdrinet

home-of-Elisabeth-Heier-via-thevedahouse

home of Elisabeth Heier via The Veda House

BY AKSL ARCHITECTS

AKSL Architects

black-fireplace-new Cubic wood fireplace stove by Wittus

Cubic wood fireplace stove by Wittus

AD6

unidentified

nina k.studio-photographer-Nina-Kellokoski

photographer Nina Kellokoski of Nina K. Studio

[via The White Company - Savoy Bed Linen Collection

Savoy Bed Linen Collection via The White Company

The Ranch at Live Oak Malibu

The Ranch at Live Oak Malibu

Jarlath-Mellett

Jarlath Mellett

 

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Montage: 43 Rooms with Floor Lamps

For years now I’ve shunned the floor lamp. Although my earliest memories of the floor lamp is the groovy arc of the ’70s (that will get its own montage post later), more recently it’s the ugly black halogen floor lamp with brass trim and glass shade of the late ’80s / early ’90s, that haunts me. Too many associations of bad ’80s furniture and Jennifer Convertibles sofas post-college graduation. Of course, that was decades ago at this point, and it’s time to get over it.

The floor lamps of today are super chic, though like most styles, they reference the past. I particularly  love the ’50s Italian styles in bright color metals or plain black. Simple contemporary designs with oversize shades work for me too. I actually just ordered a simple floor lamp for our newly designed family room. We’ll see how it works out once it arrives. (Unfortunately a vintage piece from 1st Dibs was hardly in the budget; alas a style on sale at OLighting must suffice.)


Photographer Bruno Suet
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Brides
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Brad Ford | Brad Ford—Lonny
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Brad Ford
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Betsy Brown InteriorsHouse Beautiful
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Photographer Hallie Burton | Photographer Philip Sinden—Elle Decor Spain
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House to Home
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Light Locations
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Elle Decor | Erin Martin Design
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Photographer Brian Park
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Photographer Erik Johnson | unidentified
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Wendy Blount
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via Design Attractor
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Photographer Moris Moreno
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Photographer Per Magnus Persson
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Michele Bonan
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FC Studio Architecture + Interiors
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Domino
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Moises Esquenaz
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Mark Tuckey Furniture Design | Country Living
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Studio AV
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Kelly Hoppen | Skona Hem
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Jessica Helgerson
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Rod Mickley Interiors | Photographer Simon Watson
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Photographer Patric Johansson | Photographer Tim Griffith—New York Times
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Hotel Skeppsholmen | Marie Olsson Nylander
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Michele Bonan
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Spruce Design + Decor | Photographer Peter Margonelli
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Paul Caddel—Lonny | Christian Leone—Lonny
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Photographer Graham Atkins-Hughes
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Photographer Prue Ruscoe
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Montage: 22 Spaces with Sheepskin Throws

It makes sense that so many taste makers strew sheepskin throws on the furniture. Whether it’s to reinforce the cozy in an already dressed down space, soften a room that’s bit too sleek, or add texture to a monochromatic palette, the shaggy skins are undeniably a nice touch.

I was immediately drawn to the gray sheepskins that are thrown over the chairs in the third photo down. I could do that, I thought. I had seen the curly gray versions at IKEA. They’d make the perfect touch on my new gray sofa in the family room. At once inviting and edgy. So tempting. Until I thought about it. How many times a day do I replace the pillows and blankets that litter the floor? Did I want to add to the chore? Not so much. Oh well.

Maybe it’d work on my all white bed. Who am I kidding? I don’t make my bed . . .


Photos: photographer Laura Resen; stylist Leslie Siegel; photographer  Stellan Herner; Flickr-herz-allerliebst; Flickr-famapa; photographer Anna Kern; Digs by Katie; Flickr; Atticus & Milo; Erin Martin Design; John Maniscalco Architecture; Living Etc.; Mi Casa; photographer Rachel Smith; Apartment Therapy NY; Hotel Esplendor via Continuous Thread; Julianne Moore’s living room; Flickr-JHJapan; Elle Decor; photographer Trine Thorsen; Studio Isle Olde Bell Inn; architects Fernlund +  Logan; Emma’s Design Blogg via Remodelista; Apartment Therapy; architects Fernlund +  Logan; Bolig Magasinet.

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