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Privacy Screen by Gary J Wood  -  Decorative, movable privacy screen. Attach large planter box with climbing flowers.

Privacy Screen by Gary J Wood - Decorative, movable privacy screen. Attach large planter box with climbing flowers. **For hot tub privacy on the asphalt. Movable so we can still drive through.

19 Ideas For Using Hexagons In Interior Design And Architecture // A 17 foot tall screen made from birchwood hexagons woven with colorful twine greets you as you enter the FloatHouse in Vancouver.

A 17 foot tall screen made from birchwood hexagons woven with colorful twine greets you as you enter the FloatHouse in Vancouver. Designed by the office of mcfarlane biggar architects + designers (omb).

вешалка для одежды

Don't have a closet? Clothes spilling out of the one you have? Keep your frequently worn threads handy and accessible on a free-standing clothing rack: Make Way for Fall Clothes: Wardrobe Storage Solutions to DIY

Berluti x Ceccotti Collezioni. (Photo: Press Office.)

Stunning wardrobe paravent HyperFocal by fine Italian artistic carpentry masters Ceccotti Collezioni is ideal for contemporary gentleman. Available at MOOD showroom, Warsaw.

Hack your Space - Supporting Modern Learners

large Foam core boards to brainstorm ideas. Ikea Benjamin stools hacked to keep the boards upright. They can still be used as stools when needed and are also great for creating temporary walls for project spaces.

Danish practice Space Copenhagen has put a moody spin on Scandinavian design…

Continuing their ongoing collaboration with acclaimed chef Bo Bech, LouLou by Space Copenhagen explores the more playful and seductive aspects of dining.

Following on from this blog post back in July (sheesh – was it really that long ago?), I’ve put together another round-up featuring some recent and inspiring makes from Tessuti patterns and fabrics: Kristy’s Burda 3/2009 #113 made up in...

Following on from this blog post back in July (sheesh – was it really that long ago?), I’ve put together another round-up featuring some recent and inspiring makes from Tessuti patterns and fabrics: Kristy’s Burda 3/2009 #113 made up in...