Tuesday, March 12, 2013

WORKSTEAD DESIGN!

black and white Moroccan tiles in a bathroom with a platform tub by Workstead
Moroccan type mosaic tiles in cream and black. (above)

I like the work of Brooklyn based design collective, Workstead.  Something very earthy, raw yet modern and eclectic about their aesthetic.  A blend of nostalgia and new.  Very cool.

Love the black and cream tile in the bath above.  I adore the decorative wall molding in the living room below.  I am picking out the wall molding for my bedroom today.  Was going to just do what I had before...large squares and rectangles...but loving the etched rectangle wall molding shown below.  Hmmm...considering.

living room with white walls etched rectangle wall modling, wood floors, a piano, gray sofas and a black leather ottoman chair

Gray floating shelves with a black ladder going up to a skylight


Kitchen overlooking dining room with greige walls and cabinets and wood accents
Subtle detail added to the kitchen cabinets in the form of custom L shaped wood door handles. (above and below)

Close up of the greige cabinets and their L shaped wood door handles in the kitchen

Is this your style?  What do you think of Workstead's work?

Happy Tuesday!

xo
Coco

P.S.  Multi million dollar answer - Yesterday, most of you answered correctly on the post about the two multi million dollar apartments.  The Tribeca loft is a mere $15.8 million...while the 5th Ave/62nd apartment is over $19 million!

P.P.S.  Stopped by my little tiny cottage in the Hollywood Hills over the weekend with TE.  The wood floors are in!  Not stained yet...but they have been laid!  So excited....

unfinished white oak floors
Unfinished white oak wood floors in my tiny cottage in the Hollywood Hills - I chose 7"wide planks with beveled edges.  Still deciding on color! (above and below)


unfinished white oak floor

P.P.P.S.   Spent 2.5 hours of my life watching the Bachelor last night.  Have lost brain cells.  Will spend day trying to figure out how to rejuvenate those cells lost.  Uhhhhhhhh....duhhhhhhh....uhhhhhh....

P.P.P.P.S.  COCOCOZY GIVEAWAY - Tomorrow, I'm doing a giveaway!  Don't know what we're giving away yet...but it will be something good from the COCOCOZY Collection!  Stay tuned for details!


9 comments:

  1. WOWZERS! Love their style! Completely epitomises the look I am chasing in my world at the moment!!

    :) Hazel
    www.hazellovesdesign.com

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  2. Lovin' the Workstead aesthetic!
    Definitely making it in to my "Design Think Tank" Pinterest Board.
    Joan

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  3. Love the floors...go grey! It's so chic.

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  4. Love it!
    Specially the bathroom (great tile choice!) and the kitchen (love L shaped handles, original and stylish detail).
    Great work!

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  5. I love those wood handles. Do you think they are custom made?
    your floor look beautiful. I agree with the grey color to keep the bright feeling in your little tiny cottage.

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  6. I love the etched rectangular molding. And the rustic floors. And the chair, and the wall-light. Heck, pretty much everything about that room!

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  7. I love your new white oak floors. Can you post pics of them stained... I was thinking of using white oak floors in our next remodel and would love to see how they look after the stain. Thanks again!

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    1. I have 3.25" white oak floors. My stain is Jacobean, which is very common. It's a great, classic mid-tone that hides dirt well! You can see it in many of my Home Tour pics here:

      http://www.imbusyprocrastinating.com/p/house-tour.html

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  8. Love Workstead. Their spaces look high-end, yet relatable.

    Rather than modern blah McMansions, I'm into period details. We built a new home but designed it in the style of a 1920s Craftsman bungalow. For the fixed elements we tried to evoke the feeling of the 1920s, like installing medicine cabinets with Shaker trim.

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