Month: April 2016

Storage Cabinets Walmart

Storage Cabinets Walmart

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Quality Patio Furniture

Quality Patio Furniture

Tropitone® Outdoor Patio Furniture Tropitone Furniture Company, Inc. provides quality outdoor furniture to the contract and residential markets. Tropitone Furniture Company, Inc. offers an extensive portfolio of contract outdoor furniture and accessories specifically designed for any poolside, dining, bar, VIP, garden or balcony space. Read […]

Rolling Garage Door

Rolling Garage Door

Garage DoorsOpeners & AccessoriesGarage Door OpenersGarage Door Opener AccessoriesCommercialCommercial DoorsOperators & AccessoriesResourcesArchitect’s CornerBlogNewsCareersCONTACT US BlogNewsCareers It looks like your browser does not have JavaScript enabled. Please turn on JavaScript and try again. SERVICE & SUPPORT Garage DoorsOpeners & Accessories Garage Door OpenersGarage Door Opener AccessoriesCommercial Commercial DoorsOperators & AccessoriesResourcesArchitect’s Corner Rolling Service Doors ​​​​ Page Heading Content​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​The breadth of Overhead Door Corporation’s rolling service door product line ensures that your project specifications will be met with ease and style. Ideal for situations where sideroom and headroom are at a premium, our upward-coiling service doors fit openings up to 1500 sq. ft. (139,355 sq.mm) and are available with the industry’s widest array of slat profiles, curtain materials and colors, offering a virtually endless array of options to satisfy both aesthetic considerations and working requirements. Where to Buy /distributor-locator Share ​ ​ Model 600 Light Duty Service Door View Model 600 Model 610 Heavy Duty Service Doors View Model 610 Model 611 ​Ad​vanced Performance Service Doors View Model 611 Model 620 Heavy Duty Stormtite™​​​ Service Doors View Model 620 Model 621 Advanced Performance Stormtite™​ Service Doors View Model 621 Model 625 Heavy Duty Stormtite™ Insulated Service Doors for Large Spaces View Model 625 Model 626 Advanced Performance Stormtite™ Insulated Service Doors​ View Model 626 Model 627 Advanced Performance Service Doors – Stormtite™​ AP Insulated Service Doors View Model 627 Rolling Service Doors Models 600 / 610 / 620 / 625 ​A Variety of profiles, finishes, materials and options Overhead Door Corporation offers a broad range of rolling service door curtains to satisfy any number of project requirements. Rolling service doors are available with a variety of slat profiles, materials, gauges and finishes. When economy and ease of operation in a rolling steel door are key considerations, the choice is easy. The Coil-Away™ Rolling Service Door Model 600 provides both value and quality in a light-duty, highly attractive door. When your project calls for a rolling service door that is as strong and durable as it is handsome and versatile, the Rolling Service Door Model 610 doors are up to the task. Standard wind load is 20 psf. Higher wind load available as option. The Stormtite™ Rolling Service Door Model 620 doors are strong and durable yet handsome and versatile. These doors are ideal for keeping climate-controlled air in and the elements out. These doors also offer wind load protection up to 20 psf. The Stormtite™ Rolling Service Door​ Model 625​ heavy-duty doors feature insulated slats in a variety of materials— galvanized steel, stainless steel or aluminum — standard windload is 20 psf. Higher windload available as option. Ideal for projects that call for a rolling steel door that offers thermal efficiency and versatile good looks. Slats for special applications Our insulated Stormtite™ door features the F-265i slat, a CFC-free insulated slat that provides additional protection against air infiltration. For special, oversize, heavy-duty, non-insulated applications, we offer the C-600 slat – a curved slat profile that measures 6″ (152 mm) in height and 1 3/8″ in depth. The F-265 and C-275 slat profiles are also available with perforation or fenestration for applications where ventilation is required. Perforated slats feature 1/16″ (2 mm) diameter holes on 3/32″ (2 mm) centers, and are fabricated of 18 gauge galvanized steel with a durable, baked-on gray paint finish.Fenestrated slats feature uniformly spaced openings for air flow and light infiltration. 3″x5/8″ fenestrations are available on the C-275, C-187*, and F-265 slat profiles. 10″x1″ fenestrations are available on the F-265 slat profile. Doors can be constructed entirely of perforated or fenestrated slats, or these special slats can be used selectively to provide air flow and light infiltration as required.Door Options Roll-formed galvanized steel, stainless steel or aluminum curtains in weights from 26 to 14 gauge (not all gauges available in all materials) Curved or flat slats in a range of sizes and profiles, including the C-600, a 6″ (152 mm), 1 3/8″ (35 mm) curved slat for heavy-duty applications Finishes include primed and painted steel, clear or colored anodized aluminum, or PowderGuard™ Finish of up to 215 colors as well as color-matching to specification Face of wall mounting is standard with between-jambs mounting available for medium- and heavy-duty doors Push-up, chain-hoist, crank or motor operation available Electric motor option with an array of radio and remote controls simplifies door operation Ventilated slats with perforations or fenestration extend applications to open-air environments Weatherstripping and/or insulated slats offer additional protection against air infiltration High-usage package and pedestrian pass doors available for special applications Features Galvanized steel, stainless steel and aluminum doors in a variety of gauges, slat profiles, finishes and options Most standard door widths up to 30'4″ (9246 mm) and 28'4″ (8636 mm) in height, and custom door sizes up to 1500 sq. ft. (139,355 sq.mm) Rolling service doors for heavy-duty, medium-duty and light-duty applications The Stormtite™ AP Model 627 offers commercial and industrial facility owners the most advanced thermal performance values published by any major U.S. manufacturer of insulated rolling steel doors. Coil-Away™ Model 600 door offers an economical solution for openings to 16' wide and 16' high (4877 mm and 4877 mm) Stormtite™ Models 620 and 625 insulated doors provide extra protection against the elements The majority of Overhead Door rolling doors feature solid construction to withstand wind load of 20 psf, with a higher wind load option to meet requirements Structural steel angle or roll-formed guide design ensures smooth curtain operation Steel plate brackets provide additional strength Helical torsion springs designed for 20,000 cycles, with high usage option to 100,000 cycles, higher cycles options available Each door is computer-designed to ensure precision manufacturing and facilitate installation Computer-matched door counterbalance system and optional motor operator promote precision operation and performance ​​ RapidSlat® Advanced Service Doors Models 611 / 621 / 626​ Our Advanced Service doors are designed to meet the most demanding requirements for rolling steel service doors. The RapidSlat® combines the speed and high cycles of a high performance door with the security and durability of a rolling steel door. Whether your requirements are for durability, thermal performance, security, or speed – we have a door system solution. Speed. High Cycles. Security. Durability. The one door that meets your most demanding requirements – RapidSlat® combines the speed of a high performance door with the security and durability of a rolling steel door. RapidSlat® delivers the best possible combination in one safe, rugged, and easy to operate door system. Now you can benefit from a high-performance solution that is fast, without needing a second door. Only RapidSlat® gives you the best of both worlds. The RapidSlat® Advanced Service Door Model 611 is well suited for any application that requires a rolling steel door with the added benefits of increased productivity and durability including banks, manufacturing facilities, and parking garages. It is ideal for customers in the parking garage market wanting to replace grilles. The fenestrated slats allow air circulation; they are more durable than grilles and more secure than fabric doors. The RapidSlat® Advanced Service Door Model 621 Stormtite™ Door is best suited to situations and applications with weather extremes. For example, agricultural facilities in the Midwest would benefit from the door’s rugged construction and weathersealed jambs. The RapidSlat® Advanced Service Door Model 626 Stormtite™ Door is perfect for climate controlled situations and applications with weather extremes such as external doors on a food manufacturing facility.​​ Door Options Glazing choices include DSB glass, plexiglas, tempered glass, clear lexan, wire glass and polycarbonate. Standard clear anodized finish for low-maintenance and corrosion-resistance Solid construction withstands wind load of 20 psf, with a higher wind load option to meet requirements Optional finishes include bronze anodization or a variety of standard powder-coat paint colors Manual pull rope operation with optional chain hoist or electric motor operator Features A variety of thermal performance enhancing options including insulation and perimeter seals as well as wind load options are available to satisfy applications in a wide range of environmental conditions Universal components for easy maintenance Field-installable accessories such as radio controls or motion detectors to match a wide range of application requirements PowderGuard™ Premium Finish offers a selection of 197 colors as well as color-matching to specification to match the asethetic and design of your project. On RapidSlat® models this color optional upgrade includes the hardening additive that provides an attractive and durable finish and easy-to-clean surface Additional security options Additional safety options Perimeter weatherseal options​​​​​​​​​​​​ ​​ Stormtite™ AP – Advanced Performance Service Doors Model 627 ​The Stormtite™ Advanced Performance Service Doors Model 627 door system answers the demand for more reliability, durability, security, flexibility and thermal efficiency. Ideal applications include: industrial manufacturing facilities, government facilities, public facilities, food and beverage distribution facilities, climate controlled facilities, healthcare facilities, shipping and receiving docks. ​The Stormtite™ AP Model 627 offers commercial and industrial facility owners the most advanced thermal performance values published by any major U.S. manufacturer of insulated rolling steel doors. Allura™ Shutter – Rolling Security Doors Model 653 ​The Allura™ Rolling Security Doors Model 653 door system has upscale features, stylish aesthetics and a compact design. This rolling shutter door is versatile and attractive and is perfect for security in high pedestrian traffic areas. Light door solutions that provide security for high pedestrian traffic areas such as retail stores, pharmacies and hospitals. ​​​​​
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Rolling Service Doors ​​​​ Page Heading Content​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​The breadth of Overhead Door Corporation’s rolling service door product line ensures that your project specifications will be met with ease and style. Ideal for situations where sideroom and headroom are at a premium, our upward-coiling service doors fit openings up to 1500 sq. ft. (139,355 sq.mm) and are available with the industry’s widest array of slat profiles, curtain materials and colors, offering a virtually endless array of options to satisfy both aesthetic considerations and working requirements. Where to Buy /distributor-locator Share ​ ​ Model 600 Light Duty Service Door View Model 600 Model 610 Heavy Duty Service Doors View Model 610 Model 611 ​Ad​vanced Performance Service Doors View Model 611 Model 620 Heavy Duty Stormtite™​​​ Service Doors View Model 620 Model 621 Advanced Performance Stormtite™​ Service Doors View Model 621 Model 625 Heavy Duty Stormtite™ Insulated Service Doors for Large Spaces View Model 625 Model 626 Advanced Performance Stormtite™ Insulated Service Doors​ View Model 626 Model 627 Advanced Performance Service Doors – Stormtite™​ AP Insulated Service Doors View Model 627 Rolling Service Doors Models 600 / 610 / 620 / 625 ​A Variety of profiles, finishes, materials and options Overhead Door Corporation offers a broad range of rolling service door curtains to satisfy any number of project requirements. Rolling service doors are available with a variety of slat profiles, materials, gauges and finishes. When economy and ease of operation in a rolling steel door are key considerations, the choice is easy. The Coil-Away™ Rolling Service Door Model 600 provides both value and quality in a light-duty, highly attractive door. When your project calls for a rolling service door that is as strong and durable as it is handsome and versatile, the Rolling Service Door Model 610 doors are up to the task. Standard wind load is 20 psf. Higher wind load available as option. The Stormtite™ Rolling Service Door Model 620 doors are strong and durable yet handsome and versatile. These doors are ideal for keeping climate-controlled air in and the elements out. These doors also offer wind load protection up to 20 psf. The Stormtite™ Rolling Service Door​ Model 625​ heavy-duty doors feature insulated slats in a variety of materials— galvanized steel, stainless steel or aluminum — standard windload is 20 psf. Higher windload available as option. Ideal for projects that call for a rolling steel door that offers thermal efficiency and versatile good looks. Slats for special applications Our insulated Stormtite™ door features the F-265i slat, a CFC-free insulated slat that provides additional protection against air infiltration. For special, oversize, heavy-duty, non-insulated applications, we offer the C-600 slat – a curved slat profile that measures 6″ (152 mm) in height and 1 3/8″ in depth. The F-265 and C-275 slat profiles are also available with perforation or fenestration for applications where ventilation is required. Perforated slats feature 1/16″ (2 mm) diameter holes on 3/32″ (2 mm) centers, and are fabricated of 18 gauge galvanized steel with a durable, baked-on gray paint finish.Fenestrated slats feature uniformly spaced openings for air flow and light infiltration. 3″x5/8″ fenestrations are available on the C-275, C-187*, and F-265 slat profiles. 10″x1″ fenestrations are available on the F-265 slat profile. Doors can be constructed entirely of perforated or fenestrated slats, or these special slats can be used selectively to provide air flow and light infiltration as required.Door Options Roll-formed galvanized steel, stainless steel or aluminum curtains in weights from 26 to 14 gauge (not all gauges available in all materials) Curved or flat slats in a range of sizes and profiles, including the C-600, a 6″ (152 mm), 1 3/8″ (35 mm) curved slat for heavy-duty applications Finishes include primed and painted steel, clear or colored anodized aluminum, or PowderGuard™ Finish of up to 215 colors as well as color-matching to specification Face of wall mounting is standard with between-jambs mounting available for medium- and heavy-duty doors Push-up, chain-hoist, crank or motor operation available Electric motor option with an array of radio and remote controls simplifies door operation Ventilated slats with perforations or fenestration extend applications to open-air environments Weatherstripping and/or insulated slats offer additional protection against air infiltration High-usage package and pedestrian pass doors available for special applications Features Galvanized steel, stainless steel and aluminum doors in a variety of gauges, slat profiles, finishes and options Most standard door widths up to 30'4″ (9246 mm) and 28'4″ (8636 mm) in height, and custom door sizes up to 1500 sq. ft. (139,355 sq.mm) Rolling service doors for heavy-duty, medium-duty and light-duty applications The Stormtite™ AP Model 627 offers commercial and industrial facility owners the most advanced thermal performance values published by any major U.S. manufacturer of insulated rolling steel doors. Coil-Away™ Model 600 door offers an economical solution for openings to 16' wide and 16' high (4877 mm and 4877 mm) Stormtite™ Models 620 and 625 insulated doors provide extra protection against the elements The majority of Overhead Door rolling doors feature solid construction to withstand wind load of 20 psf, with a higher wind load option to meet requirements Structural steel angle or roll-formed guide design ensures smooth curtain operation Steel plate brackets provide additional strength Helical torsion springs designed for 20,000 cycles, with high usage option to 100,000 cycles, higher cycles options available Each door is computer-designed to ensure precision manufacturing and facilitate installation Computer-matched door counterbalance system and optional motor operator promote precision operation and performance ​​ RapidSlat® Advanced Service Doors Models 611 / 621 / 626​ Our Advanced Service doors are designed to meet the most demanding requirements for rolling steel service doors. The RapidSlat® combines the speed and high cycles of a high performance door with the security and durability of a rolling steel door. Whether your requirements are for durability, thermal performance, security, or speed – we have a door system solution. Speed. High Cycles. Security. Durability. The one door that meets your most demanding requirements – RapidSlat® combines the speed of a high performance door with the security and durability of a rolling steel door. RapidSlat® delivers the best possible combination in one safe, rugged, and easy to operate door system. Now you can benefit from a high-performance solution that is fast, without needing a second door. Only RapidSlat® gives you the best of both worlds. The RapidSlat® Advanced Service Door Model 611 is well suited for any application that requires a rolling steel door with the added benefits of increased productivity and durability including banks, manufacturing facilities, and parking garages. It is ideal for customers in the parking garage market wanting to replace grilles. The fenestrated slats allow air circulation; they are more durable than grilles and more secure than fabric doors. The RapidSlat® Advanced Service Door Model 621 Stormtite™ Door is best suited to situations and applications with weather extremes. For example, agricultural facilities in the Midwest would benefit from the door’s rugged construction and weathersealed jambs. The RapidSlat® Advanced Service Door Model 626 Stormtite™ Door is perfect for climate controlled situations and applications with weather extremes such as external doors on a food manufacturing facility.​​ Door Options Glazing choices include DSB glass, plexiglas, tempered glass, clear lexan, wire glass and polycarbonate. Standard clear anodized finish for low-maintenance and corrosion-resistance Solid construction withstands wind load of 20 psf, with a higher wind load option to meet requirements Optional finishes include bronze anodization or a variety of standard powder-coat paint colors Manual pull rope operation with optional chain hoist or electric motor operator Features A variety of thermal performance enhancing options including insulation and perimeter seals as well as wind load options are available to satisfy applications in a wide range of environmental conditions Universal components for easy maintenance Field-installable accessories such as radio controls or motion detectors to match a wide range of application requirements PowderGuard™ Premium Finish offers a selection of 197 colors as well as color-matching to specification to match the asethetic and design of your project. On RapidSlat® models this color optional upgrade includes the hardening additive that provides an attractive and durable finish and easy-to-clean surface Additional security options Additional safety options Perimeter weatherseal options​​​​​​​​​​​​ ​​ Stormtite™ AP – Advanced Performance Service Doors Model 627 ​The Stormtite™ Advanced Performance Service Doors Model 627 door system answers the demand for more reliability, durability, security, flexibility and thermal efficiency. Ideal applications include: industrial manufacturing facilities, government facilities, public facilities, food and beverage distribution facilities, climate controlled facilities, healthcare facilities, shipping and receiving docks. ​The Stormtite™ AP Model 627 offers commercial and industrial facility owners the most advanced thermal performance values published by any major U.S. manufacturer of insulated rolling steel doors. Allura™ Shutter – Rolling Security Doors Model 653 ​The Allura™ Rolling Security Doors Model 653 door system has upscale features, stylish aesthetics and a compact design. This rolling shutter door is versatile and attractive and is perfect for security in high pedestrian traffic areas. Light door solutions that provide security for high pedestrian traffic areas such as retail stores, pharmacies and hospitals. ​​​​​

Folding Office Chair

Folding Office Chair

When you need extra seating for a presentation, reception or other gathering, folding chairs offer a versatile, portable solution. Our selection of folding chairs addresses a variety of needs; plastic folding chairs provide a simple, lightweight seating option, while padded metal folding chairs offer extra […]

Built In Grills

Built In Grills

Built-In Grills What outdoor kitchen is complete without a quality built-in grill for cooking outdoors? Our selection of built-in bbqs are available from top names in the grill industry and are designed to provide years of precision grilling. Browse our selection of gas, charcoal, electric, […]

Guest Bedroom Ideas

Guest Bedroom Ideas

By Elle Decor Staff Apr 11, 2016 The perfect way to welcome guests? With a space that is both stylishly appointed and features all the comforts of home. View Gallery 20 Photos 1 of 20 2 of 20 3 of 20 4 of 20 5 of 20 6 of 20 7 of 20 8 of 20 9 of 20 10 of 20 11 of 20 12 of 20 13 of 20 14 of 20 15 of 20 16 of 20 17 of 20 18 of 20 19 of 20 20 of 20 1 of 20 The guest room in the Beirut apartment of artist Nabil Nahas includes a Syrian mother of pearl–and–bone inlay mirror, chair, and chest of drawers; a 1930s Murano glass chandelier; and an upholstered Jean Royère armchair. The curtains are of a cotton fabric from a Damascus souk, and the floor is paved with tiles from Marseille, France. Simon Upton 2 of 20 For his townhouse in London’s Notting Hill, designer Peter Mikic hung family heirlooms—a painting and Japanese gilt panels—on the walls of a guest room. The floor lamp is midcentury Italian, the armchair is antique, and the walls are papered in a hemp by Altfield. Kate Martin 3 of 20 A guest room in the 11th-century Normandy, France, château of fashion designer Gérard Tremolet has wallcoverings and bed-curtains of a Thevenon toile de Jouy and a bed alcove lined in taffeta. The armchair is Louis XV, and the rug is Russian. Eric Piasecki Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 4 of 20 The wallcovering, curtain, and bedcover in a guest room at the Netherlands home of Daniel Beauchemin and Marc de Laat are a classic toile de Jouy. Beauchemin designed the headboard, and the side table is vintage. Simon Upton 5 of 20 The ceiling and beams in a guest room in the Sonoma County, California, home of Patrick Printy and Dan Holland are reclaimed oak. A Room & Board bed has a custom-made headboard, the antique armchair is covered in a Holland & Sherry wool, and the portrait of a Civil War general was found in North Carolina. Laura Resen Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 6 of 20 French decorator Christian Liaigre built a trio of bungalows above the coast of Saint Lucia for friends. In the all-white guesthouse, mosquito netting is draped over twin beds dressed with D. Porthault linens. Giorgio Baroni Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 7 of 20 The guest room of designers Amy and Todd Hase’s Hamptons home features an elaborately carved and gilded Qing dynasty wedding bed. Roger Davies 8 of 20 Mary Lynn Turner and her daughters furnished the guest cottage at their family retreat in Ketchum, Idaho, with an Anthropologie bed dressed with Sferra linens, an antique suzani, and linen shades and curtains by C&C Milano. Miguel Flores-Vianna 9 of 20 In designer Alessandra Branca’s Rome apartment, which happens to be the top floor of a 16th-century convent, watercolors by Anna Chiara Branca line the guest room wall, the bed is dressed with sheets by Schweitzer Linen and a vintage Indian coverlet, and the custom-made headboard is upholstered with an antique textile. Simon Upton Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 10 of 20 When interior designer Pasquale Capasso started work on a century-old villa high on the island of Capri, he recalled finding beautiful old books of shell images at a flea market in Florence. He asked an artist to paint over them and put them in a mix of frames to create a headboard for the owner. Ricardo Labougle Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 11 of 20 In Brazilian architect and designer Sig Bergamin’s Paris home, an 18th-century fabric fragment hangs above the guest-room bed; the arm-chair is Indian, and the wall is upholstered in a cotton by Fabricut. William Abranowicz 12 of 20 Designer Kelly Behun is well-known for bringing dramatic flair to modern spaces. In this guest bedroom of one of her clients, the wallpaper is by Schumacher, and the daybed is custom-made and upholstered in a suede by Kravet. Richard Powers Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 13 of 20 Home designer Michael Maher tucked twin beds under the eaves of his guest room. Maher designed the upholstered headboards; the coverlets are antique matelassé. William Abranowicz 14 of 20 Executive Buffy Birrittella has worked with Ralph Lauren for more than 40 years, and was one of his first ten employees. Her Sundance, Utah, property’s guesthouse features Navajo weavings from the early 1900s, a cowhide-covered trunk from the 1890s, and a chandelier and floor lamp by Firesong Forge. Björn Wallander 15 of 20 Designer Steven Gambrel’s Upper East Side apartment showcases a guest room upholstered in a Pindler fabric, a chandelier from the 1960s, wall covering by Phillip Jeffries, and a custom-made rug by Niba Collections. Douglas Friedman Advertisement – Continue Reading Below Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 16 of 20 Custom-designed canary beds highlight the guest room in architect Benedikt Bolza’s 3,000-acre family estate, deep in the tranquil hills of Umbria, Italy. The design is a whimsical take on canopied cots that conjure images of Ferris wheel gondolas. Philip Vile 17 of 20 In the historic 19th-century London house of Milan-based design duo, Roberto Peregalli and Laura Sartori, a guest bedroom’s headboard, bed skirt, coverlet, and wall covering are all of the same Braquenié cottons. The pillows are covered with 19th-century Fez broderie, the 19th-century bedside tables are Italian, and the striped carpet is English. Simon Upton 18 of 20 New York City-based decorator Alex Papachristidis designed two twin beds, upholstered in a Mokum fabric, for the guest room in his London apartment. The side table is by John Dickinson. Simon Upton Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 19 of 20 A pair of 18th-century engravings by Piranesi hangs above a daybed upholstered in a Jim Thompson toile de Jouy in the guest bedroom of Madrid’s Lorenzo Castillo. The bamboo side table is from the 1970s, the wallpaper is by Ralph Lauren Home, and the doors are painted in Farrow & Ball’s Down Pipe. Simon Upton 20 of 20 At designer Jacqueline Coumans’s Southampton retreat, Indian batiks from Craft Caravan make up the bed linens and headboard cover in a guest room. The patterned cotton on the walls is from Le Décor Français. Simon Upton Advertisement – Continue Reading Below Next 15 Dazzling Dressing Tables Skip Ad Advertisement – Continue Reading Below
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The perfect way to welcome guests? With a space that is both stylishly appointed and features all the comforts of home. View Gallery 20 Photos 1 of 20 2 of 20 3 of 20 4 of 20 5 of 20 6 of 20 7 of 20 8 of 20 9 of 20 10 of 20 11 of 20 12 of 20 13 of 20 14 of 20 15 of 20 16 of 20 17 of 20 18 of 20 19 of 20 20 of 20 1 of 20 The guest room in the Beirut apartment of artist Nabil Nahas includes a Syrian mother of pearl–and–bone inlay mirror, chair, and chest of drawers; a 1930s Murano glass chandelier; and an upholstered Jean Royère armchair. The curtains are of a cotton fabric from a Damascus souk, and the floor is paved with tiles from Marseille, France. Simon Upton 2 of 20 For his townhouse in London’s Notting Hill, designer Peter Mikic hung family heirlooms—a painting and Japanese gilt panels—on the walls of a guest room. The floor lamp is midcentury Italian, the armchair is antique, and the walls are papered in a hemp by Altfield. Kate Martin 3 of 20 A guest room in the 11th-century Normandy, France, château of fashion designer Gérard Tremolet has wallcoverings and bed-curtains of a Thevenon toile de Jouy and a bed alcove lined in taffeta. The armchair is Louis XV, and the rug is Russian. Eric Piasecki Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 4 of 20 The wallcovering, curtain, and bedcover in a guest room at the Netherlands home of Daniel Beauchemin and Marc de Laat are a classic toile de Jouy. Beauchemin designed the headboard, and the side table is vintage. Simon Upton 5 of 20 The ceiling and beams in a guest room in the Sonoma County, California, home of Patrick Printy and Dan Holland are reclaimed oak. A Room & Board bed has a custom-made headboard, the antique armchair is covered in a Holland & Sherry wool, and the portrait of a Civil War general was found in North Carolina. Laura Resen Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 6 of 20 French decorator Christian Liaigre built a trio of bungalows above the coast of Saint Lucia for friends. In the all-white guesthouse, mosquito netting is draped over twin beds dressed with D. Porthault linens. Giorgio Baroni Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 7 of 20 The guest room of designers Amy and Todd Hase’s Hamptons home features an elaborately carved and gilded Qing dynasty wedding bed. Roger Davies 8 of 20 Mary Lynn Turner and her daughters furnished the guest cottage at their family retreat in Ketchum, Idaho, with an Anthropologie bed dressed with Sferra linens, an antique suzani, and linen shades and curtains by C&C Milano. Miguel Flores-Vianna 9 of 20 In designer Alessandra Branca’s Rome apartment, which happens to be the top floor of a 16th-century convent, watercolors by Anna Chiara Branca line the guest room wall, the bed is dressed with sheets by Schweitzer Linen and a vintage Indian coverlet, and the custom-made headboard is upholstered with an antique textile. Simon Upton Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 10 of 20 When interior designer Pasquale Capasso started work on a century-old villa high on the island of Capri, he recalled finding beautiful old books of shell images at a flea market in Florence. He asked an artist to paint over them and put them in a mix of frames to create a headboard for the owner. Ricardo Labougle Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 11 of 20 In Brazilian architect and designer Sig Bergamin’s Paris home, an 18th-century fabric fragment hangs above the guest-room bed; the arm-chair is Indian, and the wall is upholstered in a cotton by Fabricut. William Abranowicz 12 of 20 Designer Kelly Behun is well-known for bringing dramatic flair to modern spaces. In this guest bedroom of one of her clients, the wallpaper is by Schumacher, and the daybed is custom-made and upholstered in a suede by Kravet. Richard Powers Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 13 of 20 Home designer Michael Maher tucked twin beds under the eaves of his guest room. Maher designed the upholstered headboards; the coverlets are antique matelassé. William Abranowicz 14 of 20 Executive Buffy Birrittella has worked with Ralph Lauren for more than 40 years, and was one of his first ten employees. Her Sundance, Utah, property’s guesthouse features Navajo weavings from the early 1900s, a cowhide-covered trunk from the 1890s, and a chandelier and floor lamp by Firesong Forge. Björn Wallander 15 of 20 Designer Steven Gambrel’s Upper East Side apartment showcases a guest room upholstered in a Pindler fabric, a chandelier from the 1960s, wall covering by Phillip Jeffries, and a custom-made rug by Niba Collections. Douglas Friedman Advertisement – Continue Reading Below Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 16 of 20 Custom-designed canary beds highlight the guest room in architect Benedikt Bolza’s 3,000-acre family estate, deep in the tranquil hills of Umbria, Italy. The design is a whimsical take on canopied cots that conjure images of Ferris wheel gondolas. Philip Vile 17 of 20 In the historic 19th-century London house of Milan-based design duo, Roberto Peregalli and Laura Sartori, a guest bedroom’s headboard, bed skirt, coverlet, and wall covering are all of the same Braquenié cottons. The pillows are covered with 19th-century Fez broderie, the 19th-century bedside tables are Italian, and the striped carpet is English. Simon Upton 18 of 20 New York City-based decorator Alex Papachristidis designed two twin beds, upholstered in a Mokum fabric, for the guest room in his London apartment. The side table is by John Dickinson. Simon Upton Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 19 of 20 A pair of 18th-century engravings by Piranesi hangs above a daybed upholstered in a Jim Thompson toile de Jouy in the guest bedroom of Madrid’s Lorenzo Castillo. The bamboo side table is from the 1970s, the wallpaper is by Ralph Lauren Home, and the doors are painted in Farrow & Ball’s Down Pipe. Simon Upton 20 of 20 At designer Jacqueline Coumans’s Southampton retreat, Indian batiks from Craft Caravan make up the bed linens and headboard cover in a guest room. The patterned cotton on the walls is from Le Décor Français. Simon Upton Advertisement – Continue Reading Below Next 15 Dazzling Dressing Tables Skip Ad Advertisement – Continue Reading Below

Living Room Color Ideas

Living Room Color Ideas

How To Choose The Best Living Room Colors? Want to learn how to paint your living room or get expert advice on how to choose living room colors? If you are looking for interior design ideas – you're in the right place. Get a living […]

Garden Design App

Garden Design App

What separates the Gardening How To app from other free garden planners is that it goes beyond the basic biology and design ideas to distinguish between varieties of plants and provide concepts for how to plan a flowerbed, among other unique ideas. An iPad gardening […]

Contemporary Office Desk

Contemporary Office Desk

About Office Because working from home is becoming increasingly common, the modern office is not so much a luxury these days, as a necessity. And with that, comes the issue of how to best achieve a modern office design scheme that meets your requirements—both esthetically and functionally. Whether you’re working from home daily, occasionally, or simply putting some extra time in on weekends, modern office interior design is no less important that the interior design of a home’s other rooms. Creating a modern office that’s both practical and inviting takes some thought and effort, but by adhering to some fundamental rules, a smart, handsome and efficient modern home office can become a reality fairly easily. What are the most important items for smart modern office design? Without a doubt, the two most important modern office items are a modern office desk and comfortable modern office chair. Without the proper working surface, and a comfortable, well-designed task chair, spending time in your office space will be neither stimulating nor productive. So, when creating an optimal modern home office, think long and hard about your specific work-related needs, and how addressing them will help you work efficiently, without putting too much strain on your body. Modern desks and modern office chairs are the two pieces of furniture vital to creating a modern office design that’s both visually stimulating and tailored to the specifics of your job function. Tips for spending your modern office budget wisely: As mentioned, and technology aside—computers, tablets, printers, scanners, etc.—the most fundamental components of any workspace are modern chairs and desks. If your budget is limited, make sure the bulk of it is spent on a smartly designed, well-constructed modern office chair and desk, even if it means waiting a little while longer for the other items that make up your modern office interior design project. While it may be tempting to splurge on a fancy bookshelf or lamp, the fundamental components of all modern office interiors is a smart and practical modern office desk and chair. How do I select the best desk for my modern home office? Selecting a desk that’s both handsome and practical is essential. There’s no shortage of beautiful modern desks on the market, but focus, first and foremost, on your specific working requirements. Does your modern office need a large desk, or a modestly sized one? Are drawers essential, or is a desk with a roomy work surface—but no drawer space—perfectly suited to your work needs? Does the surface material of your modern desk matter? Once you’ve established these parameters, you will already have narrowed down your choices to designs that are both good-looking and make sense for your personal work needs. How do I select a good modern office chair? Well designed and constructed modern office chairs are, in some ways, more vital than desks, mainly because a poorly designed chair has major implications for your wellbeing. Particularly if you’re apt to spend more than a couple of hours a day in your modern home office, a poorly designed chair can lead to back pain, issues with posture, and other health-related concerns. Do your research and select a chair for your modern office that’s been thoughtfully constructed—with materials, esthetics and ergonomics in mind. A modern office chair that’s adjustable by height, which offers armrest flexibility, and provides ample support to your back and lower body are some of the features essential to a good task chair. Begin your modern home office design with the fundamentals, and a handsome, thoughtfully designed office chair is one of them.
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Sell on Houzz – Learn MoreWhat kind of contemporary desk should I buy?Before doing any shopping, determine exactly how you plan to use your new desk. A home office will need something both functional and comfortable that’s also equipped with storage capabilities. If you’re a casual computer user, a more decorative style or even a folding desk will work perfectly. If you’re a gamer who needs extra room for dual monitors and controllers, a gaming desk or even just an extra long desk should do the trick. Laptop users have a little more leeway — they can opt for a full-size model or a smaller laptop table or lap desk. A contemporary standing desk is another popular choice that allows you to work at your computer without sitting down. Many people cite several health incentives for using one, and if you prefer standing over sitting, this might be a great option for you. What kind of shape should my workstation be?Consider both the size of your office as well as your needs. A bow-front executive desk or an L-shaped desk provides ample workspace, room for your computer monitor and plenty of storage. If you don’t have the luxury of space, consider a contemporary corner desk or a smaller, wall-mounted desk, both of which saves floor space without sacrificing function, storage or style. Is there a way I can further maximize my contemporary office desk space?If your current workspace storage options just aren’t quite cutting it, look for a desk with a hutch. With the additional vertical space that a hutch provides, you can spread out your items and create a more streamlined storage system. If you’re looking at a computer desk with a hutch, just make sure your monitor isn’t too big to fit before you buy! Another way to create some storage is to add a shelf, either to the wall near your contemporary desk or on top of your workspace — you can store additional desk accessories there or it could be a way to give your monitor a vertical boost.
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What kind of contemporary desk should I buy?Before doing any shopping, determine exactly how you plan to use your new desk. A home office will need something both functional and comfortable that’s also equipped with storage capabilities. If you’re a casual computer user, a more decorative style or even a folding desk will work perfectly. If you’re a gamer who needs extra room for dual monitors and controllers, a gaming desk or even just an extra long desk should do the trick. Laptop users have a little more leeway — they can opt for a full-size model or a smaller laptop table or lap desk. A contemporary standing desk is another popular choice that allows you to work at your computer without sitting down. Many people cite several health incentives for using one, and if you prefer standing over sitting, this might be a great option for you. What kind of shape should my workstation be?Consider both the size of your office as well as your needs. A bow-front executive desk or an L-shaped desk provides ample workspace, room for your computer monitor and plenty of storage. If you don’t have the luxury of space, consider a contemporary corner desk or a smaller, wall-mounted desk, both of which saves floor space without sacrificing function, storage or style. Is there a way I can further maximize my contemporary office desk space?If your current workspace storage options just aren’t quite cutting it, look for a desk with a hutch. With the additional vertical space that a hutch provides, you can spread out your items and create a more streamlined storage system. If you’re looking at a computer desk with a hutch, just make sure your monitor isn’t too big to fit before you buy! Another way to create some storage is to add a shelf, either to the wall near your contemporary desk or on top of your workspace — you can store additional desk accessories there or it could be a way to give your monitor a vertical boost.
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Modern Office Desks – Create a Simple & Clean Look for Your Space Do you want to bring a simple and modern appeal to your office or executive suite? Modern office desks bring clean lines to your office space for a minimalist and contemporary look. Does your office, reception area or conference room need a brand new look and style? Modern office desks, or contemporary computer tables, feature stunning wood veneer, laminate and glass top selections to give your workspace a fresh appearance. Cabinets and storage cubbies are ideal places for keeping books, papers and other small accessories. Modern desks include a variety of designs, including executive desks, reception stations and two-toned wood tables. Contemporary Computer Tables – Modern Executive & Home Furniture Modern office desks can feature bronzed and transparent glass top designs on sleek black or silver metal frames that lighten up any room. Contemporary computer tables with filing cabinets keep your desktop organized and allow more surface space for computers and accessories. Executive desks complement commercial and home furniture with gorgeous wood veneer and durable laminate finishes. Contemporary computer tables may come in sets that can include desktop hutches with storage cabinets, credenzas, lateral files and other office products to compete your work area. Looking for a modern desk that exudes elegance and style? Black modern office desks come in a variety of types so you can find one that best suits your business needs. We offer a huge assortment of office and computer desks. Whether you need multiple workstations, U-desks or standing height desks, we have you covered! Browse our selection of modern style office chairs to complement your new modern office desks. Find matching executive and guest chairs to complete the look. At OfficeFurniture.com, we have furniture experts ready to help you select high quality office furniture that fits your needs. Don’t forget, we offer free shipping on every order! show more

Chaise Lounge Chairs

Chaise Lounge Chairs

Isn’t it time to put away the folding chairs once and for all? Add chairs or chaises to your seating repertoire at Ashley HomeStore. Chairs are available in all different styles, sizes and shapes and can be used to fill the need in any room […]