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scrounged and recycled materials. For instance, the screens over the doors are cut down old blinds in front of salvaged plastic. The stairs are scrounged timber, rescued from an old wharf. Most materials were carried in on a three-person B-Line Canadian canoe!” says Wright.
we scrounged and recycled materials. For instance, the screens over the doors are cut down old blinds in front of salvaged plastic. The stairs are timber rescued from an old wharf. Most materials were carried in on a three-person B-Line Canadian canoe!’ says Wright.
timber benchtop...timber paddle...timber post...timber structure
bolted timber junction
clear finished timber
John K. Anderson Design
If I found enough timber I could do this over the middle window at the back instead of the brick wall paper
SOUTH COOGEE - House
This industrial inspired kitchen combines a timber island with recycled timber benchtop frame which has been set against a white sleek background. The island is in the middle of an open plan room yet it becomes part of the furniture with the use of timber. The white background with integrated fridge
Can you tell me the thickness of the timber bench top please. Is the whole piece of timber the same thickness or does it have turn downed edges creating a thicker look. I am finding it hard to source timber in a laminated piece thicker than 45mm
Where abouts did you source all the recycled timber in the island bench and bathroom vanities from?
Interested to know what timber flooring you used? And the colour ? Thankyou
Joe Carrick Design - Custom Home Design
only pic I found with timber bark trim
SOUTH COOGEE - House
This room plays off a white backdrop against textures, recycled timbers and soft grey accessories. Add the faux fireplace and the room is made for sweet dreams! Photography by Sue Murray - imagineit.net.au
Would you use timber look tiles on the bed wall? I was thinking of using the same tiles on the bed wall as on the ensuite floor. What do you think?
solution for you - we used actual timber strips which we stained to suit the colour tones in the laminate flooring. If you can pick up the right tones the timber should disappear in the overall look. Another suggestion would be to not use one vertical strip of timber perhaps break it up into the size
on a sloped ceiling! My only suggestion would be to ensure you have enough white walls to balance out a large expanse of the timber. You don't want to end up with too much timber and look like a Sauna from the 70's. Good luck with your project!