There are many parts of the house that can be made so that you can get a different atmosphere and a charming look. One of them is the door of the house, the use of glass doors can bring into the spacious room effect. The view is not obstructed by walls, it provides a unique…
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Image via Bo LKV | cool idea to block bed off in smaller space with a dressing/sitting area outside. Could put the bath behind the solid wall with 2 doors and closets. Turn bed around and build a dresser or bookcase into the glass wall that would be a headboard on the bed side. Put shades on the glass wall so person sleeping isnt disturbed.
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Not so long ago we wrote about the beautiful river- and lake-like desks by Greg Klassen, and today we have a similar but not less stunning layered glass table design by Duffy London – the Abyss table, which is created in a way that mimics the depths of the oceans. This unique table uses multiple layers of stacked glass and wood, completing the table as a three-dimensional representation of a geological map.
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