Repurposed  :::  Wine-cork flooring  :::  Here, Phillips used wine corks to create his version of cork flooring. Like many projects, this one had a learning curve.       :::      The best thing he can do, he says, is keep track of what works, including getting to know various fasteners and adhesives — "all the tools that will help you do what you need to do, not knowing what it is you'll need to do in the future."

Prepare the floor as you would before laying carpet and then lay the cork. Cut in half flat side down. Use clear self leveling epoxy flooring to cover the cork. WOW I'm gonna need a lot more corks!

vintage japanese postcard..

Modernizing Propaganda: Avant-Garde Postcards “Rising Sun, Cherry Blossoms, and Eagle” Images from the Leonard A. Lauder Collection of Japanese Postcards at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Alice House - West Hampstead by 44th Hill

Restaurant Design - Great Inspiration Photo front of the bar treatment.Love the lights, black, and bricks

I Love Dust – London Office    ::       created by 44th hill

I Love Dust office by Hill, London store interior decorators design office interior design

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Medium Urban Chandelier by Urban Chandy Made from ebony-stained reclaimed wood, silver and gold hardware and varying vintage-style Edison bulbs.

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designed 52 North Soho, a bar for the Alula Leisure Group in the heart…

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52 North – Soho 52 North Soho, a bar for the Alula Leisure Group in the heart of Soho is our latest creation.

Kikugawa Eizan | Japan 1787–1867 | (Beauty on parade)c.1810 | Colour woodblock print on paper | 35.5 x 23.5cm | Purchased 1992. Queensland Art Gallery Foundation | Collection: Queensland Art Gallery

Kikugawa Eizan | Japan 1787–1867 | (Beauty on parade)c.1810 | Colour woodblock print on paper | 35.5 x 23.5cm | Purchased 1992. Queensland Art Gallery Foundation | Collection: Queensland Art Gallery

Tea ceremony

Anime Japanese Tea ceremony__ The most important task the geisha has is the serving of the tea, the .

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