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barn doors

barn doors

Tasmania-based furniture designer Duncan Meerding loves the outback wilderness, which comes across in his work – his most popular pieces are simple logs whose natural cracks emit soft, warm light. Meerding is also legally blind, so the use of light in his pieces helps him communicate how he sees the world

Tasmania-based furniture designer Duncan Meerding loves the outback wilderness, which comes across in his work – his most popular pieces are simple logs whose natural cracks emit soft, warm light. Meerding is also legally blind, so the use of light in his pieces helps him communicate how he sees the world

TV meubel Gerard

TV meubel Gerard

The vise to the left is an old one, but it is still very similar to the ones that we use on our workbenches today. The concept is the same and works great, so if it aint broke….. Every work b…

The vise to the left is an old one, but it is still very similar to the ones that we use on our workbenches today. The concept is the same and works great, so if it aint broke….. Every work b…

awesome idea, instead of damaging the wall i can hide everything behind the wood

awesome idea, instead of damaging the wall i can hide everything behind the wood

The Crimson Room. Catherine’s Palace at Tsarskoe Selo. Pushkin, Russia.

The Crimson Room. Catherine’s Palace at Tsarskoe Selo. Pushkin, Russia.

LES LIAISONS DE MARIE ANTOINETTE :  APPARTEMENT DE MADAME POMPADOUR   Reference : Taller y Medio

LES LIAISONS DE MARIE ANTOINETTE : APPARTEMENT DE MADAME POMPADOUR Reference : Taller y Medio

Gorgeous staircase

Gorgeous staircase

Osterley Park, London Robert Adam ceiling detail

Osterley Park, London Robert Adam ceiling detail

`*ceiling detail - The Rocaille room with Louis XV furniture and armchairs by Pierre Nogaret, Dree Castle or Château de Drée (1610–1720), built by Charles de Blanchefort Crequy, near Curbigny, Burgundy, France.

`*ceiling detail - The Rocaille room with Louis XV furniture and armchairs by Pierre Nogaret, Dree Castle or Château de Drée (1610–1720), built by Charles de Blanchefort Crequy, near Curbigny, Burgundy, France.