We designed and built this headboard. The frame was hot rolled welded steel with rivets for an extra industrial look. The wood headboard was solid maple stained to finish of my clients choice. It looks great against the exposed brick wall in this Philadelphia apartment.
The headboard was designed with optional legs so that it can be mounted without a bed frame. It would work great with a platform bed or many other options.
In this loft project we wanted to warm up the loft space, increase storage, double the size of the kitchen and create a more functional, zoned living space.
This was a three phase project. The client wanted to budget it over a one year period of time. The design was conceived and in the first phase we stripped the beams and exposed the brick walls.
We renovated the kitchen. The new space includes custom cabinetry and concrete countertops.
We added the finishing touches to steel wall by designing a back-lit frosted glass wall. This was a dark corner of the long narrow back so we wanted to create a feel of light on the other side of the wall. Now it serves as a storage space and feels like a wall of windows.