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A9393 - Grey cross fabric A9393 £30.00 ADD TO CART

A9393 - Grey cross fabric A9393 £30.00 ADD TO CART

Vintage drinks cart / trolley in my home / My Scandinavian Home. Forest poster by Desenio.

Decorating my home with posters and prints Vintage drinks cart / trolley in my home / My Scandinavian Home. Forest poster by Desenio.

A DIY tutorial to build a kids street vendor cart with link to free plans.

A DIY tutorial to build a kids street vendor cart with link to free plans.

doctor's cart---Amazing and it is from IKEA!---Cart only supplies not included.

Amazing pretend play doctor's cart used to desensitize children to medical…

"Super-Capacity Tool Cart" from Family Handyman, May 2017. Read it on the Texture app-unlimited access to 200+ top magazines.

"Super-Capacity Tool Cart" from Family Handyman, May Read it on the Texture app-unlimited access to top magazines.

Bar cart - GRUNDTAL 129 €, IKEA

GRUNDTAL Tarjoiluvaunu/apupöytä, ruostumaton teräs

GRUNDTAL Kitchen cart IKEA Gives you extra storage, utility and work space. Could also use as a bar cart

Architects design cat shelters for animal charity fundraiser.

Architects design cat shelters for animal charity fundraiser

Architects design cat shelters for animal charity fundraiser. I don't have or want a cat, but this is a good idea for when I end up with one.

DIY coffee cup planters made from old tires. Would look adorable in the garden of the serious coffee lover, or in front of a coffee shop!

Teacup Tyre Planters - Guides, Inspiring ideas

DIY coffee cup planters made from old tires. Maybe not coffee cups but good idea

STENSTORP Kitchen cart   - IKEA | Another thing to check out for kitchen-NR

IKEA - STENSTORP, Kitchen cart, Gives you extra storage in your kitchen.Countertop with a top layer of solid wood, a hardwearing natural material that can be sanded and surface treated when required.Good environmental choice, because the method of us

BIRDS MADE FROM RECYCLED METAL SCRAPS “Inspired by the forms of animals artist Barbara Franc seeks to capture a sense of motion as she recreates a variety of wildlife from birds to horses using reclaimed materials such as old food tins. Via her artist statement: I have always been fascinated by the shapes and sculptural forms of animals, they present a never-ending source of inspiration to me. I try to capture a feeling of their movement and presence in my sculpture. For this I use wire…

Birds Made from Recycled Metal Scraps

British artist Barbara Franc creates impressive animal sculptures out of wire and recycled metal scraps. Available at Union Gallery in Edinburgh.