The Eucalyptus plant has made it possible for us to have a naturally salmon hued wood that like us gets a little darker when spending time under UV rays. This wood makes for an amazing wide paneled floor as well as cabinetry and as mentioned earlier for millwork such as doors frames and crown molding. There are so many areas of your home that can chew on the homey taste of Lyptus.
Perhaps we are most intimately acquainted with this wood as a great closet and chest material for its successful deterrent abilities against moths and other insects and odor destroying causes.
Padauk is used for various projects like musical instruments and carvings and most commonly the intricacies of furniture for this wood is stronger than oak and can withstand adhesives making it a durable and vivacious red wood. (through AskFurniture)
This stunning new residential wing of a hotel complex sitting next to the sea is all about contemporary class combined with simplicity of design creative blend of tiles and natural finishes and stunning lighting that stands out as the icing on the cake!
For example a hot pink pouf is a great way to celebrate a rosy vibrant hue without overwhelming the teen bedroom in the next featured image.
6 independent units were linked using a series of walkways by Galmeìs i Mansergas Arquitectes to achieve a sense of privacy even while ensuring seamless connectivity.