Modern garden makeover | Growing Spaces
Inspired ideas for family interiors | Interiors | It's been a real labour of love, but finally our garden makeover is finished and I can share some proper pictures. We have an odd, L-shaped garden and the
Exterior Timber Cladding | Larch, Thermopine®, Accoya & Cedar Cladding
From our sawmill in the Scottish Highlands we manufacture bespoke timber cladding to each client’s specification.
Look!: Modern Fence
Is it just us, or is this one of the most stunning fences you’ve seen in a long while? Made out of ipe, a sustainably harvested Brazilian hardwood, in two thicknesses, we think it’s the fact that boards are laid horizontally that makes it so uniquely gorgeous. Its practically beach-side location doesn’t hurt, of course. see more photos below the jumpRelated Posts:• Look!
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Fence screening ideas and tips for privacy in the garden
We have collected various fence screening ideas which will help you enjoy your time outdoors without the risk of being exposed to passers-by or neighbours.
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lovers of mint
lovers of mint, un blog déco /lifestyle tenue par Martine exploratrice urbaine, qui aime dénicher les nouvelles tendances et faire découvrir au fil de ses balades ses bonnes adresses.
Loving the mix of concrete with burnt and carbonised cedar in this eel shop by Japanese architect Toru Shimokawa of stad. Shimokawa used the burnt wood to reference the charcoal over which eels are traditionally grilled.
Shou-sugi-ban… I’m in Love!
Shou-sugi-ban. The ancient Japanese technique of charring wood to preserve it for use as exterior siding. Traditionally, Japanese Cyprus was used, but now we’re seeing this technique applied …