Maison particulière, Portugal beach-style-living-room
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Maison particulière, Portugal Beach Style Living Room

Sol en béton ciré Marius Aurenti, réalisation de l'architecte d'intérieur Vera Iachia.
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Living room - mid-sized beach style painted wood floor and turquoise floor living room idea in Other — Houzz

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noichi wrote:
wood devider - Hi! any idea where can i make a similar divider in south Florida? Thanks
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mrsqnbee

The ceiling is acacia branches and the poles are birch?

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MATIERES MARIUS AURENTI

I have no confirmation but it looks like indeed.

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kwattdavis wrote:
Where am I find large wood chunks? - I would like to turn one into a coffee table.
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MATIERES MARIUS AURENTI

Excuse me, I can't tell you, Matières Marius Aurenti produces and sells decorative mortar and paints...

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narimanalgashim
Ahhhhh
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canady wrote:
Coffee table - Where can I purchase this table?
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Valter and Anna fon Eynik
Good day, I'm a designer of unique art furniture, can make this coffee table for order. Please, look my profile here and my website here www.bezaleel-orthodox.com and contact me if interested. God bless!
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Hi, I am sorry, I can't tell you where it comes from...
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alichaparral wrote:
beton fire means waxed concrete. Just how is it done?
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the3.5.7.band@gmail.com wrote:
randt - what is the most expensive glass for a table
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yomna_fahmy wrote:
wall colours - suitable wall colours for a beige floor
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Jess McBride added this to Healthy Home: Sunrooms and Conservatories
Controlling the LightNormally, when you cap a room with a glass ceiling, you’re hoping to capture every last ray to either passively heat or light up your room. If, however, you badly wanted a sunroom, but because of site restrictions or some equally insurmountable challenge you had to position it so that it’s prone to overheating, you may find yourself in need of a little shade.This room maintains its connection to the natural world through smooth branches that form a canopy and room divider, and light gets filtered the way it naturally would through tree branches for a more organic lighting scheme.

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Living room niche.. bamboo sticks
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le bois bouleau et le cote tres nature de cette maison

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