If I built a cabin in the woods, it would look just like this. I love the dark walls and light floors. The rustic natural wood warms the space and the industrial touch is perfect!
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Dining Tables in Rustic Style paired with modern chair
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No matter which design you select, just be certain you keep away from the humdrum, and you will be effective in designing a new style for those walls of your room.
The Factory Lamp in mint green by HK Living is the newest pendant lamp to the HK Living collection. The Factory lamp is an industrial hanging lamp that will give your interior a distinctive accent.
Pure white, steel gray and reclaimed wood, scandinavian cosiness (Mix Wood Living Room)
Rustic wood table, great pendant lights, a little bit of chalkboard.just enough to set the tone, lots of beautiful wood shelves. This is a great dining room/eat-in kitchen space
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Nice matching of upper wall tiles with chunky wooden table . Spot the Belfast sink and bridge mixer kitchen tap in the corner - lovely :) --> Algemeen idee keuken + tafel!
build in a bench with open back // good for open living space including kitchen // no more tiny closed breakfast nook
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Norwegian cabin with wood and concrete elements
The rustic Norwegian log cabin hide-away. Space and light a plenty
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Beautiful Italian designer's studio
Secondalinea Studio in Italy. "Giovanni Mazza and Francesca Dalla Costa created a recycled furniture design company, Secondalinea in the northern region of Reggio Emilia, Italy, their studio is a former school reinvented as a creative workspace.