No space is complete without a gorgeous, colorful house plant. But we’re seeing a trend towards a use of A LOT of plants. Indoor plants not only act as a quick decorating tool, but they can also help clean the environment around them by purifying the air. Get ready to spruce up your indoor garden look by taking inspiration from the photos below!
“Craig Bassam was working on a project in Switzerland when he found a tractor seat on the side of the road. He was impressed by how the seat allowed him to sit in an upright, ergonomic position without the aid of a chair back, but unlike the metal seat that he found, he wanted to create this type of seat in wood. Bassam’s Tractor Stool (2000/2001) is carved out of a massive block of sustainably and locally harvested walnut or ash, the quality of which is in the top 10% of top-grade woods. No stains are ever used, and because of the natural variations in wood, every Tractor Stool is unique. The stools are hand finished with a wipe-on oil and sealer product; by not using spray booths, BassamFellows maintains a healthy work environment for its artisans. Scratches that come with normal use will create a warm, inviting patina on these stools over time. They are used in diverse settings worldwide, from the W Hotel in South Beach to the Herman Miller® showroom in New York to Le Royal Monceau hotel in Paris. Made in U.S.A.”
Here are a few photos of the tractor barstool in action:
We are seeing an increase in hardwood floors being used throughout entire spaces, including wet areas like bathrooms and kitchens. Some people are hesitant to do so with concerns of the durability in such an area. A great alternative to that is to use a combination of both tile and wood and lately we are seeing some interesting transitions.
We LOVE how amazing and organic these feel…
Here are our designer picks: