No wonder they’re a popular choice restaurants as well as residential dining rooms. which is why this shade is appropriate for the kitchen especially when you’re needing that extra boost of energy to finish the dishes!
You can always use your doorway as an opportunity to welcome a grouping of pictures. When the door frame opens up to a gallery-style grouping of framed artwork the result is pure creativity!
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.
The amazing office space designed by them combines four individual volumes with each unit clearly having its own style finish and functionality. At the heart of this office is a central courtyard with amazing lineup of ceramic tiles from Porcelanosa like Par-Ker and XLight providing all the textural contrast needed.
And if you DO own your home and you favor the clean look of white walls don’t hesitate to paint an accent surface such as the square recessed shelving below. such as the Square Hi-Gloss Swoon Trays from CB2 featured in the next image…
From the pine tree with its strong Christmas roots to the imported Brazilian cherry the natural element of a wooden floor or china cabinet even something as simple as framed artwork in reclaimed lumber is always a great facet of our motif.