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2X4: Four Easy Ways To Go Green

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Do you need a chandelier to brighten up your room space? If your place lacks overhead dining lighting or what is currently hanging is tacky or clashes with your style, take a look at this collection of Cool DIY Chandelier Ideas for Inspiration.

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DESIGN: bedrock lamp (a resin-impregnated cord wrapped around the cast concrete bag) - henry wilson

Plumen – Oprawa z kablem do żarówki Plumen

Plumen – Oprawa z kablem do żarówki Plumen

Self-sufficiency is making a comeback. Unless you grew up with an ambitious Home Ec teacher or tugging at the apron strings of your great-grandmother, you might not know where to start. After all, baking a loaf of bread or fermenting a batch of real sauerkraut must be hard, right? Otherwise, why would food manufacturers insist on doing these traditional tasks for us?

10 Things You Should Have Learned In Home Ec

Rodale: 10 Things You Should Have Learned in Home Ec: Self-sufficiency can be simple, cheap—and rewarding. Contains links for making homemade vinegar & cooking stocks, etc.

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High/Low: Wall-Mounted Lampe Gras (Remodelista: Sourcebook for the Considered Home)

light shining through cut pattern screen.ESPA spa located in the Istanbul EDITION hotel.

Contemporary Spa Inspired Largely by Turkish Traditions – The Istanbul EDITION Hotel by Hirsch Bedner Associates - Home Design and Home Interior

CHEMISTUBES, a collection of LED -lighted vases designed by the Italian architect Teresa Sapey for the spanish brand VONDOM. CHEMISTUBES, is based on the decontextualization, through the increasing of size (intervention in scale), the use of different materials to the original one (in this case, the ecological material of resin of polyethylene by the technique of rotational molding)...What was a laboratory container before, is now a decorative element.

CHEMISTUBES, a collection of LED -lighted vases designed by the Italian architect Teresa Sapey for the spanish brand VONDOM. CHEMISTUBES, is based on the decontextualization, through the increasing of size (intervention in scale), the use of different materials to the original one (in this case, the ecological material of resin of polyethylene by the technique of rotational molding)...What was a laboratory container before, is now a decorative element.

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