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A couple eye-catchers

I spotted the following photos on the website of New York design firm Carrier and Company and had to feature them here. I was drawn to the window treatment in the dining room. It's super casual and works so well in a rustic/country setting. And I have such a strong desire to find a really large industrial sink when we rebuild our house. The sink in the bathroom below is SO cool! (Jo blogged this firm back here).

Reader Comments (4)

The sink looks like it used to be some kind of machine in a factory. :P I like it. But a little to rough for my tastes. :) And I think that kitchen could use a little more storage space.

10 Nov 2011 | Unregistered CommenterCS

This is totally up our our aesthetic alley. LOVE that sink. I used an old galvanized trough in a mudroom and this reminds me of that. Also love the use of the red stripe on the chairs in the dining room. Nice post.

10 Nov 2011 | Unregistered CommenterLarry

Love the sink as well! And Larry that is a really good idea to use a trough as a sink I hope you don't mind if I steal your idea! :D

10 Nov 2011 | Unregistered CommenterGeorge

i have to admit i feel that the window treatments make the room look like low rent student housing...

however they are definitely in-line with the casual rustic vibe but personally, i think that raw linen drapes wouldn't take away from the look and would be less student-like.

but, that's my taste and clearly not theirs!

10 Nov 2011 | Unregistered Commenterdana

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