Interior / August 25, 2018 / Carmen Cunningham
Before You Go
Taking old things and making them new again is architecture’s seemingly endless challenge, one that sparks inspiration for designers and architects around the world. Lately, a new crop of work has displayed clever takes on what is perhaps residential architecture’s most classic motif: the farmhouse. The modern farmhouse uses common elements from traditional pastoral buildings timber cladding, A frame roofs, and lofted spaces—and puts a sleeker spin on them for a home that's streamlined but still connected to its natural surroundings.
I must say that I really like this shelving option. It would work for lots of different things, but books would certainly be one of them.
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