Layers of Softness & Liveable Workspace

This month Architectural Digest did a story on a home in the Los Angeles hills titled Private Access (http://www.architecturaldigest.com/gallery/get-the-look-mcritchie-gary-hutton-loss-angeles). It presents a great example of how to blend museum quality installation without removing the homey sensibility we need to feel comfortable in our living space. Even though the art must get “star billing”, says owner Chara Schreyer, she doesn’t forget to emphasize the importance of adding layers of comfort. “Essentially the house is a museum, but it had to have a softness that allows people to live in it.” Design firm McRitchie Design states.

Below is a great example from interior design firm www.circleline.com.ua of how to create a workspace that feels soft and homey. At Reveal we believe you are not just working to live, and that its possible to live in your place of work. It will be our responsibility to provide a space that is inspiring through museum quality installation a la Private Access, but also a space you can live/work and grow into via Circleline. Come Reveal with us…

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