River Mirrors — Caryn Moberly "Each River Mirror is created by British artist and designer Caryn Moberly from beautiful pieces of burred elm. The mirrors resemble water flowing between the natural banks of a river. Caryn uses the natural undulating shap
Creative and Beautiful Wood and Mirror. This is an interesting use of wood which is twinned with a mirror. This is taking a different view to wood and allows it to merge differently within the interior.
Incredibly creative and unique, this clever use of reclaimed wood gives this bathroom countertop a rich and warm, rustic yet modern appeal. Resistant to spills, strong and beautiful, reclaimed wood countertops need not only be limited to the kitchen.
DIY wooden coat rack from a branch You end up with more professional and consistent results. The simplest shape for a novice is a rectangular or square one. Obviously, you've to remember to consider exactly what sort you're acquiring.
The Abisko Washbasin from Eumar isn't even a basin. It's a freaking waterslide. A waterslide sink that drains onto the floor. How hilarious would it be if some bar installed this thing and forgot to put in the drain?