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There is almost nothing more tasteful & timeless in design than using natural fibers on the floors. I will never tire of this look!

I’ve noticed more and more people choosing natural-fiber rugs lately. If you’ve read some of my earlier entries, you already know that I am a fan of natural rugs (although synthetic rugs have their place, too). Natural-fiber rugs are durable,.

Papier peint et décor motifs naturels (arbres, plantes...) + fireplace and reading armchair :)

20 Fireplace Mantels to Set Your Fireplace on Fire

B25 House – big glass walls reflecting nature | building . Gebäude . immeuble | Architect: PK Arkitektar @ archdaily |

Gallery of B25 House / PK Arkitektar - 8

love the wood color! :: Havens South Designs :: loves the floors and linen drapery. Those wooden floor vent grates are exceptional as well.

Contemporary kitchen combined with rustic stone wall - Interior designer Marie-Laure Helmkampf

Contemporary kitchen combined with rustic stone wall - Interior designer Marie-Laure Helmkampf. I love the white with the wood & the stone wall, of course!

What a warm and natural kitchen you have [ ] #kitchen #Talavera #Mexican

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Kitchen splash back stone look.This is a nice earthy kitchen with its simple wood cabinets, stone walls and elegant pendants and natural flooring. Works cause there's not a lot of wood beside cabinets.

Scandinavian kitchen - handle-free - would look good with a mix of glass front and open display wall cabinets. This is a bit too cool and pared down.

House update: More freaking permits, demolition and kitchen designs

Love the wooden cabinets, stainless steel work surfaces and grey painted floorboards in this kitchen. home decor and interior decorating ideas.

Fragile Shelter, designed by Hidemi Nishida, is a temporary shelter in the forest in Japan.

thekhooll: “Winter House - Fragile Shelter Project Hidemi Nishida Studio “This project is a temporary shelter in the wild winter forest. It leads people to gather, and number of events happened there.