May 5, 2010

design lab, Stanley Dixon

The office and design space of Stanley Dixon, Architect, is inspiring, peaceful, casual and confident. These pictures speak a thousand words-












I really can't get enough of it.

15 comments:

Tiina said...

me neither. I adore the color scheme, and those walldecoration... very ancient Greece.
have a lovely day!
/Tiina

Anna said...

Sarah...I really love this post...just stunning. That vertical standing filing cabinet is to die for..love it! x

Urbanstems said...

I agree 100%..it looks so relaxing and calming

A Room For Everyone said...

Soft and calm, beautiful..Rxx

Kerri said...

Oh I'm with you, these are beautiful. I love the way they've mixed white, with touches of black and neutrals, it makes for really serence and relaxed spaces. K xx

Cashon&Co said...

wow. this is peaceful.

paula said...

so gorgeous. love the huge baskets.

Design Darling said...

this is gorgeous! i love the idea of a desk draped in fabric and of course i like the tulip table :) lovely post!

Sarah La Rose said...

I love the light feeling in these rooms. They are so bright and neutral. I would add colourful bright tulips in the study while I work. It would completely make my day to work from that office.

The Zhush said...

A thousand words, and each one of them stylish and chic!
xx

erica at decorica said...

I really like the idea of covering a desk with a custom linen cloth like that and topping it off with glass. Very soft looking for an office.

LindsB said...

That big metal storage cabinet thing is to die for- that is an organizers dream. I would totally label all the little drawers too!

Kendall said...

I'm loving the tall library-style cabinet. Very cool!

Josie said...

These spaces are so gorgeous. I love that card catalog-style cabinet! So pretty.
Thank you so much for stopping by my blog and for your sweet comment! Yours is fab, and I can't wait for more!
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Kathysue said...

With so little the rooms say sooo much. I love the oversized lanterns and the architectural pieces on the walls. Kathysue