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    Art & #home interior decorators #design bedrooms #architecture interior design #interior design #interior design and decoration

  • Becca Roderick

    Stump chair by Sharon Sides. Sides used scanners and other gadgets to transfer natural, arboreal patterns into a digital format, becoming files from which formal objects were coaxed. The process yielded a fantastic series of acid metal chairs based on tree stumps called, you guessed it, “Stumps.”

  • Ernesto Sampons

    WABI SABI Scandinavia - Design, Art and DIY.: Stunning new design

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