What has made the design over-the-top special is the contribution of my partner, Patterson-Pope. They contributed a full, custom casework set, as well as those glorious doors. This project would not be anywhere near what it is without their support and contributions. I can't say enough about them, or my appreciation for them. Please take a moment to take a look at all the storage and office solutions that they have to offer. You will be surprised at all they have to offer.The Tiny Office has been an amazing journey to create.
But the great exercise has come to fruition, and it is time to sell the Tiny Office.
Some of the features are:
- 1/2" tempered sliding glass wall.
- Tall worksurfaces for standing and sitting layout.
- Plan flat file drawers.
- Rolled plan cubbies.
- Insulated in wall, roof, and even floor.
- Dramatically high ceiling
- Painted oversized cementitious siding all around.
- Metal roof
I am asking $10K or highest offer. I have a mover that I can recommend, but their fee is not included.
My interior design friends have been asking for this type of product for some time now. 3mm laminated porcelain has become available recently in the large format. But there were no really good options for treating the corners and edges. These are actual slabs, with edges that able to be bull-nosed, mitered, and built-up. You can see a beautiful gallery here: http://www.dekton.com/usa/gallery/
For more information, you can reach out to Angel Overton with Verona Cabinets, 704-755-5269, or email@example.com,
Corner of 7th and Pecan, beneath the water tower, because I know you were wondering.
There are amazing secrets in this city, probably most cities, right under our noses.
I like to run, partly for fitness, probably more for my mental health. One of my favorite experinces is, when I am out, stumbling across found art, such as the video above. These, to me, are the sinews and connective tissue of the city. These are monuments, literally in some cases, at the pedestrian level, created by and for residents.
I find that I get to know my town more intimately at 5 miles and hour, than at 55 miles an hour.
Somebody felt so strongly about some message, that they took time and effort to anonymously memorialize it. The painting on the rails above, I discovered, is tied to a mural two blocks away. This connection sent me on an internet hunt. It turns out there is an entire pedestrian art experience laced throughout Elizabeth: Now is Fireworks. Better yet, I haven't found all of the installations!
Below is an ongoing collection of found art, some professional, some of the "folk" variety.
If you come across and great street pieces yourself, please share them with me, wont you?
The mural connected to the video above. Can you find this one?