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Hannah Tribe's home for Megan Morton’s book Things I Love! via the design files

Hannah Tribe's home for Megan Morton’s book Things I Love! via the design files

Creffields (Timber & Boards) Ltd was formed by Nigel & Simon Creffield in 1992 for the prime purpose of supplying the Exhibition, Conference, Television, Film and Scenery Trades with a wide range of standard and fire retardant sheet materials and softwoods. http://www.creffields.co.uk/dynamicdata/FireProofTimber.aspx

Creffields (Timber & Boards) Ltd was formed by Nigel & Simon Creffield in 1992 for the prime purpose of supplying the Exhibition, Conference, Television, Film and Scenery Trades with a wide range of standard and fire retardant sheet materials and softwoods. http://www.creffields.co.uk/dynamicdata/FireProofTimber.aspx

Mismatched plywood cabinet faces. Torafu Architects - House in Ookayama.

House in Ookayama / Torafu Architects

BUILT-IN BEAUTY

Built-In Beauty

To create the stunning cabinetry that lines—and dips into—the walls in this Seattle home, Shed Architects brought onboard Kerf Design, a custom furniture and cabinet shop. Photo courtesy of the architects. This originally appeared in Built-In Beauty.

http://woonblog.typepad.com/woonblog/2014/02/een-piepklein-maar-verrassend-ruim-appartementje-in-antwerpen.html keuken

http://woonblog.typepad.com/woonblog/2014/02/een-piepklein-maar-verrassend-ruim-appartementje-in-antwerpen.html keuken

Ikea hack kitchen: Metod carcass with plywood birch ply doors. Blackboard/ chalkboard paint, and matt varnish from Ecos Paints. Marine ply floor stained with Aquateinte. White worktops.

Ikea hack kitchen: Metod carcass with plywood birch ply doors. Blackboard/ chalkboard paint, and matt varnish from Ecos Paints. Marine ply floor stained with Aquateinte. White worktops.

House at the pond by Hammerschmid Pachl Seebacher Architekten - walls, floor, ceiling and furniture are all made of a white oiled birch plywood that contrasts with the dark timber cladding.

House at the pond by Hammerschmid Pachl Seebacher Architekten - walls, floor, ceiling and furniture are all made of a white oiled birch plywood that contrasts with the dark timber cladding.