Bart Hellings

Bart Hellings

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10 Jello Shots Worth The Hangover Part II | Yummly

10 Jello Shots Worth The Hangover Part II | Yummly

21 Creative DIY Lighting Ideas

21 Creative DIY Lighting Ideas

Concrete table with inlaid wood

Concrete table with inlaid wood

I just love a good, solid modern planter. And when I spotted Canadian designer Kevin Wood’s planters, I was in minimalist heaven.

I just love a good, solid modern planter. And when I spotted Canadian designer Kevin Wood’s planters, I was in minimalist heaven.

Jean Willoughby – Concrete Cabinet | Modern Toronto - Architecture | Art | Design | Furniture | Technology ($500-5000) - Svpply

Jean Willoughby – Concrete Cabinet | Modern Toronto - Architecture | Art | Design | Furniture | Technology ($500-5000) - Svpply

GREAT concept/design!     “The negative factor of burnt wood is transformed into aesthetic and emotional value. Preservation of the natural form of the tree trunk within the explicit boundaries. The general,squared form intensifies the artificial feeling, and in the same time keeps the memory of the material.”

GREAT concept/design! “The negative factor of burnt wood is transformed into aesthetic and emotional value. Preservation of the natural form of the tree trunk within the explicit boundaries. The general,squared form intensifies the artificial feeling, and in the same time keeps the memory of the material.”

DIY: Wood and Concrete Task Lamp—for Under 10 Dollars: Remodelista

DIY: Wood and Concrete Task Lamp—for Under 10 Dollars: Remodelista

use wine bottles, with the glass cutting tutorial, and stain glass it = epic DIY lights! =O

use wine bottles, with the glass cutting tutorial, and stain glass it = epic DIY lights! =O

israel-based product designer hilla shamia has always been interested with the imperfections within controlled products.  on show during milan design week 2012, 'wood casting' is made from a whole tree trunk that enabled shamia to preserve the natural form of the  piece while still having distinct boundaries in its creation.

israel-based product designer hilla shamia has always been interested with the imperfections within controlled products. on show during milan design week 2012, 'wood casting' is made from a whole tree trunk that enabled shamia to preserve the natural form of the piece while still having distinct boundaries in its creation.

Chair by the brazilian designer Carlos Motta made of recycled massive wood - 5200 €

Chair by the brazilian designer Carlos Motta made of recycled massive wood - 5200 €