(how to make a) pallet wall

Recycling old pallets. Love this idea for an accent wall. I'd make sure though, that the pallet is newer, sometimes older wood (esp with water damage) can smell funky.

Pallet wall, love!

Wool Sisal w/ Serged Binding Rug

Interior Design, Rustic Interiors Furniture Wooden Table Wall Lamp Mural Chair Furnishing Bookcase Room Decorating Ideas Interior House Home Designs Decoration Ornament Small Luxury Decor: Superior Rustic Residence Inside Designs

Modern Home

Rick and Susan Moreland survey the front yard from a terrace that’s more of an elevated front porch. Perfect Idea for any Space.

looks like there is a slot of glassabove roof and below beam to first floor- must be very high existing ceilings- great idea in this West London House

West London House bright, light can enter, extension in glass, conservatory/ sunroom, terrace and garden

Carter Williamson Architects

The outdoor architecture is great too - the use of different materials in the garden breaks up the long narrow space and makes it feel larger. Rozelle Terrace House by Carter Williamson Architects

Islington, Side Extension, Kitchen Extension, Victorian Terraced House, Bi-Fold Doors, Kitchen, Rear Extension, Roof-lights, Glass Roof, Kitchen, Pitched Roof, Side Return Ideas, Kitchen Extension Ideas

Kitchen Extension: Bi-Fold Doors, Roof-lights, Glass Roof - not sure about the patio.

Clapham South, Side Extension, Kitchen Extension, Victorian Terraced House, Bi-Fold Doors, Kitchen, Rear Extension, Roof-lights, Glass Roof, Kitchen, Pitched Roof, Side Return Ideas, Kitchen Extension Ideas

Our latest Side Return Extension in Clapham, featuring wide bi-fold doors, bespoke kitchen and a sunken wine cellar with automated trap door entry.

Narrow slices of glazing break up the plain white facade of this residential extension in west London by Guard Tillman Pollock Architects, helping to visually separate it from the existing house.

House extension by Guard Tillman Pollock features slices of glazing

Glass / Narrow slices of glazing break up the plain white facade of this residential extension in west London by Guard Tillman Pollock Architects, helping to visually separate it from the existing house.

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