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My Houzz: International Meets Industrial in a Brooklyn Loft
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Bell jars in Brooklyn. Designer and artist Alina Preciado mixes favorite new, old, found and designed objects in a collection of cloches on her dining table. “Little touches can really make a place feel like home,” she says.
DISPLAYING STUFF Bell jars in Brooklyn. Designer and artist Alina Preciado mixes favorite new, old, found and designed objects in a collection of cloches on her dining table. “Little touches can really make a place feel like home,” she says.
New/old "found objects" displayed under glass
Preciado says. Seen here is her design philosophy of mixing new, old, found and designed objects under a collection of cloches.
Bell jars in Brooklyn. Designer and artist Alina Preciado mixes favorite new, old, found and designed objects in a collection of cloches on her dining table. “Little touches
“awesome :D” — Vani Kurup
Loudon County Pool and Spa Designer
New Construction of in ground gunite pools, renovation of existing pools, full retail store, and service on all types of swimming pools.
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framed photos
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Different artwork - objects of the same type but different style inside frames
framing objects to use as art
Another creative twist and use of the walls: framing found objects and wares. This is a special space that is a great example of accessible design. Plus it's
Frames outlining objects mounted to wall
like the idea of the frame around the 3d objects...will definitely use this in something.
“Camera” — dimc64
Plan-it Earth Design
4 Reviews
Fairy Garden
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13. Fairy house. Small children are enchanted by other wee things, and the idea of a garden fairy house can be especially appealing. You can buy them, but it can be more fun (and is certainly more cost effective) to make one yourself using found natural
13. Fairy house. Small children are enchanted by other wee things, and the idea of a garden fairy house can be especially appealing. You can buy them, but it can be more fun (and is certainly more cost effective) to make one yourself using found natural materials
fairy house can be especially appealing. You can buy them, but it can be more fun (and is certainly more cost effective) to make one yourself using found natural materials.
fairy house can be especially appealing. You can buy them, but it can be more fun (and is certainly more cost effective) to make one yourself using found natural materials.Fairy-house inspiration from a forest walk in Maine
“Fairy garden” — Amber Dawn
Archiverde Landscape Architecture
22 Reviews
Crestwood
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objects found on the site that made this furniture
Even a funky piece of furniture can serve as sculpture, like this bench crafted from objects found on the site.
Even a funky piece of furniture can serve as sculpture, like this bench crafted from objects found on the site. See the rest of this garden
“fence” — reneebgsu
Lucie Martin Design, LLC
Sustainable design-outdoor dining area
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I created an entry to outdoor dining area by using 'found art'. In this case, an old gate, bird bath pedestal and an interesting old gear. This area is a transition area next to the original 1837 portion of the house and the use of objects with an old patina fits with the overall look of the house.
easy care gardens - using "found" objects
I like the silhouette of the rusted metal objects which are just as interesting as art sculptures. All 3 metal objects are circles and there's
“http://www.houzz.com/pro/luciejmartin/lucie-martin-design-llc” — joyceg
Rough Linen
4 Reviews
Tricia Rose
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Vintage coastal style is all about taking found items and turning them into something else. What a great idea for a headboard! Look for pieces of old pallets washed up on the shore or a single piece
Old broken pallets found along the tidal break used as headboard
interesting use of found wood - cool cottagey feel
Back to Tricia Rose again, her unique headboard combines found boards and smaller pieces, adding to her eclectic coastal style.
Vintage coastal style is all about taking found items and turning them into something else. What a great idea for a headboard! Look for pieces of old pallets washed up on the shore or a single piece
“Pieced together bits of drift-counter front, frames” — coastcat
Rikki Snyder
5 Reviews
My Houzz: Joanna Madden
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On the opposite side of the room sits a collection of mercury glass vases used to hold flowers, natural objects and candles. The wooden frames and sculptures are vintage.
On the opposite side of the room sits a collection of mercury glass vases used to hold flowers, natural objects and candles. The wooden frames and sculptures are vintage.
“On the opposite side of the room sits a collection of mercury glass vases used to hold flowers, natu” — househobbit
Barbara Cannizzaro
oceandesigner
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good use of "found object" as art
Industrial fan as an art object
Love these plants cause they are not usually found w modern properties. Usually succulents, cactus...
Cool office decoration... Junk yard stuff looks like it was found in original space
“Screen” — knlangford49
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