"John Parker has lived here for nearly 12 years, having originally purchased the warehouse as a shell (it was once an old army drill hall). ’I left it as raw as I could’.....do read thedesignfiles.net story!
When you see the bathroom sink you will understand my instant affection for this home, I would love to track down a similar sink for a bathroom we are remodeling, but I digress....
The cactus and airplane in the living room add tremendous appeal as well. I think the thoughtful details of the odds and ends collected and arranged are also quite charming. This is one of those spaces that offers a creative idea in any direction you turn. A very comfortable home with a sense of humor.....
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NOT SO RAW.....but lovely and REAL! Read the details and browse the warm, authentic interior! It's all about the details and a personal sense of style that shows a very cool aesthetic...Check out the collection of vintage chairs...
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