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Turn the kitchen desk into a coffee bar. Then there's enough room to open the top of the coffee maker, and the paper clutter is moved somewhere else.

I wish I had a kitchen desk to do this! Turn the kitchen desk into a coffee bar. Then there's enough room to open the top of the coffee maker, and the paper clutter is moved somewhere else.

DESIGN STUDY: ADD SOFTENING ELEMENTS SUCH AS CURTAINS, CUSHIONS ON STOOLS, AND A WARM COLOR.

Not sure if you are planning to keep your bar area, but the concrete and reclaimed wood could be a simple DIY make over.

The Nelson in St Kilda / by Techne Architecture + Interior Design (photo by Tom Blachford)

The Nelson Bar located on the bayside area of St Kilda, a suburb in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, was designed by the practice of Techne Architecture + Interior Design as a setting where the customers can enjoy a large selection of … Continue reading →

Our designer handcrafted this light using a variety of old metal components dating back to the early 1900s. Look at the incorporation of the original

Our designer handcrafted this light using a variety of old metal components dating back to the early Look at the incorporation of the original

Like the staircase! AH! And the color of this brick! A photo of a staircase would be awesome...

I love the decor in this cafe/ bar - particularly the wall lighting, but also the stools and those great little table decorations using old tins and glass jars soften it up a bit - still could use this idea for a home with indoor brick - jc