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Amy Lau Design
5 Reviews
West Chelsea Loft
Ideabooks3,088
Questions7
Nakashima furniture or wall unit, black/rice paper sliding doors
Knoll furniture company began distributing Pennsylvania craftsman George Nakashima’s polished cherrywood tables and softly geometric chairs. Nakashima’s furniture (like the side table and chair shown here) was museum quality, but he refused to treat it as precious. “A certain amount of scratching and
‘antique’ furniture in record time. To me, there is nothing quite so uninteresting as a shining, perfectly smooth surface that looks as though it has never been used.”Nakashima's daughter, Mira, explained how wabi-sabi influenced him (and continues to guide the work of his studio following his death) in
“suspended credenza - sliding doors especially good” — madametombo
Reddington Designs
55 E Erie, Chicago
Ideabooks56
Questions0
custom furniture design
modern furniture
“How about this in miniature?” — juliehanel
Imperial Homes Qld Pty Ltd
Vantage
Ideabooks5,415
Questions1
large furniture to be brought in/out.
“giant door” — John Broccardo
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MW Interiors
MW INTERIORS
Ideabooks398
Questions2
paper with furniture similar entryway to our home
grass cloth walls with dark furniture and wood flooring
the dark furniture/floor.
interieurs by Francine Gardner
12 Reviews
Time Warner Penthouse
Ideabooks447
Questions1
Furniture detail
Asian furniture
“Foyer” — rochelleisidro
Simply Stunning Spaces by Darcy K.
3 Reviews
Sassy Casa
Ideabooks11
Questions0
modern furniture
“ceiling and door” — jackiequain
Deepa Subbaraman_Sriram
Deepa Subbaraman Sriram
Ideabooks37
Questions1
all our furniture is from plantation Rubber wood and plantation teak only. 4)We decided to avoid Vitrified tiles which are heated at high temperatures, as we didnt want to add to global warming. 5) We wanted to do up our house in such a way, that every light, every fitting will earn its keep therefore
rubberwood furniture as against solvent thinnable melamine. 9) we love our home and have now started our little herb garden and fragrant flower patch. Photos taken by Deepa Subbaraman Sriram and Rajesh Vishwanathan. Design and execution by Jyotika Baleri of Destination Design
“painting” — meghanema
Simply Stunning Spaces by Darcy K.
3 Reviews
Sassy Casa
Ideabooks5
Questions0
modern furniture
“window, plants” — pollyc1
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