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Vintage bag, Wurlitzer organ
Mounted to a piece of wood, a manzanita branch can hold necklaces and earrings or stand alone as a piece of natural art.
While this is another good example of displaying framed art on the floor, this photo's secret weapon is the plaid vintage travel bag. This classic tote looks great by the Wurlitzer organ, but would also fit keenly next to a bed or paired with a coat rack in a foyer.
Douglas VanderHorn Architects
French Country Estate
I love the blending of the natural and man-made environments. You could easily miss this house if driving by, which is remarkable given its amazing style.
If a boulder is too massive to relocate, simply build around it. An otherwise mundane concrete driveway or terrace can become a showcase for a natural art piece.
Wendi Young Design
Wendi Young Design
Very interested in the wall art and "dog"
I have been searching for years to find something like the art on the wall in this photo. Is it Driftwood? Tree stumps? I need some direction to locate it. It's spectacular!
I love the wall art! Where did you get it?
I, too, would love to know what this wall art is made of.....
How about these neutral baskets from West Elm? http://www.westelm.com/products/decorative-bowl-wall-art-w551/?catalogId=52&cm_src=AutoRel
3D wall art, light, natural colors, distressed wood
of wood and use and art
Natural-looking curly things on the wall and under the bench: definitely related.
Fifth Element Homes
Nature wall art
Contrasting colours. Wall art
Large photo for Art work
Large black and white art
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Flora Grubb Designed Living Art piece, using Bright Green Living wall planter
Love this like a price of art
wall garden. As intricate and beautiful as a work of art, a wall-mounted garden can be the focal point of a patio. Try your hand at a smaller-scale version or hire a pro to design something similar to what is shown here.
2. Create a living work of art with a vertical gardenThis framed piece looks stunning
A planted canvas of succulents, designed by Flora Grubb Gardens in San Francisco, is framed as fine art. The many types of succulents, in shades ranging from blue-green to dark green to lime green, exemplify both unity and variety. Textures also contribute
Kass & Associates
Delancey Street Townhouse
spans across the first floor Breakfast Room. The upper portion of this sequence opens to a roof deck. Two skylights punctuate the steel stair with natural light at two different levels. Barry Halkin Architectural Photography
modern art...wall art...Natural light, art...Colorful art...Love the art...Wall art