Guinness Stout is an integral part of Irish tradition and a trip to is just not complete unless you have a pint of the beer and maybe visit the local brewery as well. A tour of the Guinness Storehouse is something most of the tourists experience and so is the trip to the on the 7th floor but few get to spend a night at this exotic place.
Of course for homes without a workspace adding one takes a variety of forms. Some might want just a casual little work area in the corner of the bedroom while others might prefer a more organized specific room that accommodates beyond just an individual or two.
Most beautiful homes and structures start with a design conundrum. Instead of viewing it as a hindrance smart architects and designers find clever solutions that overcome the hindrance in grand style.
Skylights and a neutral color palette are a big part of the design here with the living area appearing a lot more spacious than it really is. This sense of visual freedom continues across the various rooms of the house the stairway and even inside the attic workspace and studio.
Exquisite use of gray stone in the bathroom along with ample natural light and a white and wood color scheme in kitchen and dining put the final touches of sophistication on this fabulous transformation. Cheerful and inviting this once aging structure is again a delightful family residence!
Even if you are not Irish there are a few things that everyone knows about the nation – the overload of green associated with it St. Patrick good luck charms like the shamrock and drinking Guinness Stout until dawn.
Designed by Matt Fajkus Architecture the home office addition to this Texas home takes the latter path with a brand new studio that is connected with the backyard and adds to the appeal of the existing residence.
There is also a pool table that should keep you busy at late night as you gulp down pint after pint of Guinness and there is never a dull moment for the privileged few who get to spend their time inside this famous Dublin loft.