SketchUp Models Vol II

Yep! I’m doing another SketchUp Model Giveaway!

celebrate

If you are a SketchUp user, you’ll probably be doing THIS right now

Quite a while ago I decided to upload a few of my SketchUp 3D models to the fabulous 3D Warehouse (read about it here).  It was my way of saying a huge thank you to all of the wonderful SketchUp users who have uploaded so many fantastic 3D models to this life-saving library (I still use the 3D Warehouse religiously).

So, I’ve had a little rummage in my ever expanding (and slightly out of control) SketchUp folder on my trusty laptop and have a few little gems for anyone out there who may be interested.

First up is a no-nonsense vintage coffee table in oak. I created this 3D model for a personal interior design project.

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Mid Century Coffee Table

 And here it is in all its 3D rendered glory.

Homebase Urban Design Final 110215

Next, is a modern side table (you can see it in the image above too), that is very simple in design. What’s not to love?

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Modern Side Table

Then we have a very traditionally styled side table, that has geometric cut-out designs. Due to its organic design, it took a little more time to construct this one, but it was worth it.

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Traditional Round Side Table

Another coffee table!! Yes, I seem to have amassed a lot of tables! But if you know anything about interior design, you’ll be acutely aware of how important side/coffee tables are, for both practicality and aesthetics! This one is, without a doubt, my favourite.

It’s industrial in design and has been upcycled using old parquet flooring.  How awesome!  

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Upcycled Coffee Table

I’ve used the above coffee table in a few different design schemes, but my Autumn inspired project undoubtedly allowed it to shine!  

Final Autumn Scene WO Logo Edited 190115 

This Roman Numeral Wall Clock was used in a professional commission and whilst it was a little tricky to construct, I think it definitely makes a huge design statement.  

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Roman Numeral Wall Clock

And here it is in a final rendered image.

View to kitchen Final Edited

As a fan of industrial inspired design, I came across this awesome desk when browsing through the many images on Houzz. I incorporated it in an office design that I submitted for a competition (I was awarded second place… dang!).  

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Industrial Inspired Office Desk

Check out this cool desk, in a home office design.

Home Office Final 2

No wait! THIS is my favourite 3D model! It’s an upcycled sideboard/cabinet, using a metal sign and mismatched furniture. How wonderful is this?! It’s also been used in the image above. It’s the creation of Rupert Blanchard, who is THE king of upcycled furniture.

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Upcycled Sideboard

I hope these 3D models are a welcome addition to your projects.  If you do incorporate them, I’d love to see your final designs! 

Click here for Vol I.

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