|A sunny place to relax and refresh. Photo: Eric Roth|
|Reclaimed wood desk is complemented by vintage factory stool, artist easel, tin pail with rolls of antique wallpaper, seagrass basket with vintage wallpaper printing cylinders (very cool!), wire gym locker for holding fabric swatches, a birds nest display under the glass cloche, and a linen-covered nail-head bench I scored from West Elm. Nautical sconces and mercury lamp with netting overlay complete the look. Photo: Eric Roth|
This sunny loft was the perfect spot to create such a space. The finished attic houses exercise equipment at one end, and an area for creativity at the other. It's quiet, with windows on three sides. As you sit at the desk, perched on the tall stool, views of the treetops and town inspire fresh ideas. I think I may never come down. :) And if you ask me whether it is better to finish a basement or an attic, I will vote attic every time. Dark and dank vs. sunny and breezy. Which would you choose?
Nail-head Bench - West Elm
Stool and Accessories - Nesting On Main
Art - Grand Battement by me
Floor Paint - ECOS Organic Floor Paint