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This living room employs clean, modern touches in order to enliven an aged farmhouse interior. A Pottery Barn sofa slipcovered in washable canvas and a bolster pillow that’s been hand stitched from a grain sack add new life to impressive exposed wood framing and support beams. Fresh white paneled walls welcome in lots of light. Using an old chicken crate as a base, a homemade coffee table helps retain genuine rustic appeal. Spaces, Coffee Tables, Living Rooms, Exposed Beams, Expo Beams, Coff Tables, House, Crates, Wood Beams
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Baixa House by Jose Adriao Arquitectos (Design Team: Tiago Mota, Luis Valente, Rui Didier, Carla Gonçalves, João Albuquerque Matos, Margarida Lameiro, Ricardo Aboim Inglez, Rute Ribeiro, Sara Jardim) / Rua Dos Fanqueiros, 73-85, Lisboa, Portugal
What do you think about using concrete in your home? Concrete can be quite cold but combined with other materials (such as wood) it can have a beautiful look. Lately I am been seeing more and more home accessories made of concrete which are great to add a little bit of an industrial look to your interior.
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Incredible art with woodburner ("pyrography") on coffee table by Cecilia Galluccio (etsy shop: burnedfurniture).