When we talk about reclaimed wood, it could either mean that the wood was rescued from its undesirable state or was restored to a previous natural state. I know of a group here in the Philippines that use reclaimed wood to encourage teenagers to create art works that they display in their organization office. The wood that they use are drift woods that they were able to pick up during beach clean ups. This organization is basically doing a small thing for greater causes - in terms of design - furniture or in home design, designers or clients help each other in making sure that in using reclaimed wood, they are able to save cost, save the search for building materials and save Mother Earth. The method of using reclaimed wood is not only budget-friendly but eco-friendly too. Check out the pictures below with few of the best reclaimed wood projects.
While most modern homes no longer use archways, some homes that were designed years ago still have this feature in the architecture of the homes. But yes, some modern homes still add archways too for the interior. Yet, that is a rare design already since most homes have open layouts and no longer use doors or archways. Archways were widely used and could add a beautiful soft detail to the house especially if it is being divided by many walls. We can see that in the list we have created today. Archways is a passage or an open doorway with an arc design. It could have moldings or has decorative finishes on it like stones, bricks or tiles. For today, we have collated dining areas with archways. If you are looking for ideas on how dining spaces would look like with archways, then this is the list you need. Most of the time, it can be used to separate the dining space from the living or kitchen areas. The list we have below features various themes and styles for the interior. Come take a look.
A circular candle chandelier against a rectangular long table and a rectangular space with rectangular doors, windows, recessed ceiling and a rectangular mirror; definitely contrasting but still complementing at the same time. I like the look of the dining room set in this derby hill farm home - it seem small but it looks like people just want to make sure that they are able to talk with one another while dining. The candle chandelier also adds wonderful feeling to this space. Well you look at that glorious carpet and tell me that you love this awesome space! The contrast of the prints on the floor and the plain chairs, walls and that of the ceiling makes the space looks really pretty. A circular candle chandelier against a circular dining room table - pretty simple but because of it, you can really feel and see how comfortable anyone would be if they were in this space.
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