The entryway; the metal magazine holder was salvaged from the lobby of a sound recording studio that went out of business
The sitting area, framed by the sectional and bookcase
A sleek, stainless steel kitchen. The IKEA storage boxes above hold things like out-of-season clothes and camping gear. Limited cabinet space means more things have to be out on the countertop, so Megan picked her appliances to go with the black-and-steel scheme.
The print was something Megan had seen in a gallery downtown, and was later gifted to her by a friend
Though she doesn't have much time for it now, Megan's a fantastic artist; she did the painting that hangs above her desk
Gorgeous. Imagine waking up there every morning!
The painting was done by a friend of a friend, and the tin skeletons and clay skulls were picked up while traveling. The dresser (and matching nightstands) are original mid-century, from her grandparents.
Old school "skyscrapers"...
... Plus actual skyscrapers.