If you want your crate to be always different, you can give a personalized touch with the multiple paintings
Making shelves out of wooden boxes is a classic in the DIY world. And that’s because few objects have given more of themselves and with such good results. Shelves made from boxes, whether recycled or new, have such charm that they can revitalize a boring corner in an instant. And if you don’t believe me, take a look at one of the 5 ideas we have for you today.
So today, we bring you some ideas of tables made with palettes to brighten up and get yours for your terrace, garden or even the inside of the house. You cheer up
A trendy decorative element has never been so easy to integrate into your home decor. Wooden crates, once used to transport fruit, have become an essential part of a modern home. Initially
Japan, Mediterranean, Morocco, Mexico and Scandinavia. Loaded with nuances and modern reinterpretations, they nourish the languages that go into the furniture, objects and decoration of the home.
Get to know firsthand the designs and furniture that will catch everyone's eye and how technology will become a discreet and familiar presence. The designer Gianni Versace said that black was the quintessence of simplicity and elegance. An opinion shared by other...
Depending on the piece of furniture you wish to acquire, not all types of wood will be appropriate. Be aware that oak, walnut, birch, teak (among others!) are woods that, once dried, are very hard, so they are perfect for furniture that is very exposed to blows and scratches. On the contrary, pine and fir are soft woods that are very shock-resistant. A pine desk or table will therefore be damaged more quickly! You can drive a nail into it and leave a trace…
Basic tips for adopting the minimalist style.
Minimalism, in its broadest sense, is the tendency to reduce to the essential, to strip away excess elements. It is a literal translation of the English term minimalism, i.e. using the minimum.
I love palette furniture. In fact, I think I love it for the same reason that I am so intrigued by Anthropology’s showcases – the idea of taking something that no one wants and turning it into something useful and/or beautiful resonates with me. An ostrich made of book pages? Lovely! A giant crown made of old books? Fabulous!