Beautiful timber and concrete kitchen. Unfinished wood on the cabinetry and ceiling gives this space a rustic feel and blends nicely with the dark coloured concrete.

DIY: easy paint chip wall art

DIY: easy paint chip wall art this would be easy and cheap. Paint chips are free!

blauwgroen ipv knalgroen, evt als overgang van boven naar beneden (groen boven, afgezwakte kleur in trappengat/hal en beneden weer een knalkleur?)

I like how the composition and quiet green gray wall color draws you into this interior still life photograph by Lerkenfeldt Photography. Multiple green tones and subtle pattern in the draped wallpaper.

Restaurant Radio Copenhagen by HolmbäckNordentoft | Yellowtrace.

Restaurant Radio Copenhagen by HolmbäckNordentoft.

recycled wood plank feature wall (restaurant Radio Copenhagen by HolmbäckNordentoft, Yellowtrace)

Herb garden indoor window box- would like to rock this under my kitchen window.

Kitchen: Open Shelf Roundup

Charming Talula's Garden restaurant in Philadelphia, restaurant design garden.what would those boxes look like on the brick wall in the kitchen.full of fragrant herbs?

Dessert Bento Box

Dessert Bento Box by Theresa Nguyen Photo by Phu Tang Food styling by Gemma Lush

dark wood. light wood. light from above through trusses. B L O O D A N D C H A M P A G N E . C O M:

This loft-like kitchen enjoys gorgeous old brick and natural light-colored wood floors for a warm feeling. The rustic space has rich wood contemporary cabinets and oversized drum shade pendants lined up over the long island.


Reclaimed Wood Wall Feature Turn a basic modern bedroom into something unique and unforgettable. Install reclaimed wood pallets into one wall and maybe on the bed frame too.

Great use of Trim-ends. Normally this material would be thrown out, chipped or used as firewood, but it makes for a great feature wall.

I love how this cafe has used recycled materials to create authentic texture. A contemporary wall treatment created by artfully combining a furniture maker’s wood scraps. By Anne-Sophie Poirier for the Slowpoke Cafe, Melbourne Australia.

This 1920s Milan apartment is all clean lines, quiet minimalism and strong colour. Housed in a terracotta-red, neoclassical block in Milan by Italian architect Gio Ponti, the apartment was renovated by designer Sezgin Aksu after remaining unchanged for 80 years. This room contrasts warm parquet, cool walls and pop art chairs.

Homes: bold minimalism

colourful dining room in Milan apartment: cool blue walls, contemporary furniture & pendant lights