furniture. Monday , October 16th , 2017 - 05:56:43 AM
You could just take a tree stump, bring it in your home and call it a stool or a side table. It would look nice and charming but it wouldn’t really stand out in an extraordinary way. If you want that, you should pick one of these designs. Each one is the result of a rather strange and intriguing project which turns simple tree stumps into works of art.
Sideboards usually have short legs and in some cases they even go all the way down to the floor. Also, the traditional kind sometimes featured a hutch at the top which was used for the display of China and other things. Modern sideboards such as this one from Fiona McDonald have little in common with the original designs. Nevertheless, they keep alive the spirit and charm of this furniture piece. The term sideboard is the most widely used one from the ones previously mentioned.
Don’t be fooled by the minimalism of the Milano wardrobe. Inside this simple shell there’s a complex storage system carefully designed to offer all the comfort and functionality required from a walk-in closet. Its design is linear and elegant, combining traditional and contemporary accents and putting together looks and functionality, simplicity and flexibility.
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