Arthur Bakhuizen

Arthur Bakhuizen

Arthur Bakhuizen
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I love the double height - beautiful although I think I might have my kitchen/ breakfast room there... Border Oak - Full glazing and oak cruck frame in a new build barn.

I love the double height - beautiful although I think I might have my kitchen/ breakfast room there. Border Oak - Full glazing and oak cruck frame in a new build barn.

A chair that consists of "pages."

A chair that allows the user to adjust the seat height and backrest cushioning simply by turning its colorful padded pages, very usefull if you have tall people in your family.

garden table, love wood slabs for tables & counter tops..use as table for vow renewal...then add benches for the back yard bbq table

garden table, love wood slabs for tables & counter tops.use as table for vow renewal.then add benches for the back yard bbq table: (Counter Top Ideas)

Love the greenhouse attached to the house

I like the idea of the greenhouse right up against the side of the house. I wonder if the humidity causes problems, seeping into the walls of the house?

kitchen

red and black kitchen! With TONS of natural light! I'm deeply in love, my hubby would be too! Red Cabinets and Plenty of Light: A Cottage Kitchen in Maine Kitchen Spotlight Natural interior

Thai home furniture company Ayodhya's Secret Garden Collection managed to bring nature indoors - without the effort and attention that traditional, live plants require. Each table consists of various types of dried moss beneath a transparent glass tabletop; no watering necessary.

bring nature indoors - without the effort and attention that traditional, live plants require. Each table consists of various types of dried moss beneath a transparent glass tabletop; no watering necessary.

Shou Sugi Ban (or Yakisugi) is an ancient Japanese exterior siding technique that preserves wood by charring it.

Remodeling Shou Sugi Ban Torched Lumber: Repeat after us: shou sugi ban. Devised as a way to make wood less susceptible to fire and to keep away insects and rot, this longstanding Japanese method involves torching your building materials.