Oregon Low Platform Bed | Solid Wood | Natural Bed Company
Lazy Sunday mornings in your own personal haven - irresistible! Let the modern platform design of the Oregon bed take centre stage with its sloping headboard and minimal side tables. The tables measure 50x50cm but we can make smaller sizes if you're short of space. The Oregon Platform Bed is shown here in cherry and maple, however it is available in a variety of hardwoods. Take a look at the images below to see how the Oregon looks in the different timbers available.
Light diffused through the translucent panels of this Asian-style lamp casts a serene glow and creates an aura of natural calm in your room. Has one shelf for display. Uses two 40-watt max. candelabra bulbs not included. Composite wood. Assembly required. 9 1/2" sq. x 51" h.
Red Branding: Four Powerful Ways to Infuse Your Home With Red
From red walls to cushions, this hot summer season draw inspiration from this vivid color for your next DIY interior design project! You can learn how by drawing from the experience from megacorporations. Target, Marlboro, Coca-Cola, Exxon, even Stop signs have branded their empires in red. Its universal instinctive appeal to the masses entices us […]
Tema Extendable Dining Table
Tema is a wonderfully extendable dining table with a luxuriously thick table top. Several leg options are available to choose from.
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Camas japonesas: o resto como um estilo de vida - Página 2 de 4
As camas japonesas são compostas de uma base, chamado tatami e de um colchão especial, chamado Futon. No Japão, a base do leito é basicamente uma esteira que compõe o revestimento de pavimento de casas japonesas. É um elemento muito atraente, que pode ser introduzida também em nossas casas. O revestimento é feito geralmente com […]
See the Future in Ancient Japanese Architecture
While there's a time and place for innovative space-saving solutions, sometimes the way forward requires a little looking back. A perfect example of this is the traditional Japanese home, a space-saving layout that works as well today as it did 400 years ago. Unlike western homes, which typically have designated rooms for specific purposes (e.g. living, dining and family rooms), traditional Japanese homes center around a large living space called a washitsu that serves as any and all rooms…