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TUDO JUNTO E MISTURADO | Viu como funciona? O segredo é buscar estampas com referências semelhantes e harmonizar a combinação de cores. #inspiracao #decoracao #mixdeestampas  3ficaadica #SpenglerDecor

TUDO JUNTO E MISTURADO | Viu como funciona? O segredo é buscar estampas com referências semelhantes e harmonizar a combinação de cores. #inspiracao #decoracao #mixdeestampas 3ficaadica #SpenglerDecor

= cotton lamp, ceiling rose and light boards

= cotton lamp, ceiling rose and light boards

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Interior design│Moorish house in Seville  SEE BOOKOODLES OF INSPIRATION AT: www.facebook/DecorFacelift

Interior design│Moorish house in Seville SEE BOOKOODLES OF INSPIRATION AT: www.facebook/DecorFacelift

Ceramic cacti | cactus planters | ceramic planters | white ceramics

Ceramic cacti | cactus planters | ceramic planters | white ceramics

I find this interesting because they used a food to create the negative space design. The artist may have used drape/mold for the overall bowl form and then inserted and pressed down the food to make the interesting indent.

I find this interesting because they used a food to create the negative space design. The artist may have used drape/mold for the overall bowl form and then inserted and pressed down the food to make the interesting indent.

Fab Finds at Furbish Studio | The English Room

Fab Finds at Furbish Studio | The English Room

Kiln fresh, still warm to the touch and back in stock on Tuesday at 7 PM EST. When the seasons change I notice subtle changes in my glazes, little fascinating, sciency things. It was especially warm when I fired this glaze load causing the kiln to cool very slowly. As a result the Amaranth glaze produced subtle crystals in a milky-blue pool of glass. It's these sort of little things that make handmade work truly exceptional. We'll be listing these as "Raspberry" this upcoming Tuesday…

Kiln fresh, still warm to the touch and back in stock on Tuesday at 7 PM EST. When the seasons change I notice subtle changes in my glazes, little fascinating, sciency things. It was especially warm when I fired this glaze load causing the kiln to cool very slowly. As a result the Amaranth glaze produced subtle crystals in a milky-blue pool of glass. It's these sort of little things that make handmade work truly exceptional. We'll be listing these as "Raspberry" this upcoming Tuesday…

American 19th Century  Bowl of Fruit, early 19th century  Gift of Edgar William and Bernice Chrysler Garbisch

American 19th Century Bowl of Fruit, early 19th century Gift of Edgar William and Bernice Chrysler Garbisch

Niko Pirosmani (1862-1918) Ortachali Beauty, 1905. Oil on canvas, 52 x 117 cm. State Art Museum of Georgia.

Niko Pirosmani (1862-1918) Ortachali Beauty, 1905. Oil on canvas, 52 x 117 cm. State Art Museum of Georgia.