Architecturally inspired custom bookshelf
November 12, 2019 | 2:47 pm CST
Photo By Ariana Lovato, Honeycomb Home Design
Ariana Lovato, Honeycomb Home Design, won the 2019 Top Shelf Design Awards Home Office under 150 square feet category for the project "Builder Basic Home Office Upgrade."
Here is how Lovato described the project:
Lovato said the she was asked to design a home office for a local psychologist who wanted something architecturally inspired. She created a custom bookshelf and home office cabinet system that held her printer, file cabinets etc.
Project construction details
The room was bare with white walls when before the remodeling started. To make sure the whole bookcase was floating off the floor, it took a lot of planning and careful consideration, she notes. "We also integrated puck lights to showcase our client's collected items and books."
Alder Wood, custom stain finish
Equipment and/or software used
The 2020 Top Shelf Design Awards is currently accepting submissions. Enter now. Winners will be announced during the Top Shelf Design Awards reception, sponsored by CCF Industries, March 11 at the AT&T Stadium (home of the Dallas Cowboys), during the 2020 Cabinets & Closets Conference & Expo, in Arlington, Texas.
Have something to say? Share your thoughts with us in the comments below.