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Salon sTATION MADE OUT OF OLD DOORS | design: reuse and environmental protection

Coffee Shops Around The World And Their Eye-Catching Interior Design Details

Open the door to whimsical and beautiful upcycled interior decorating touches! Use reclaimed doors & windows to transform any room in your home! (This fools the eye too.

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Dining room -blue banquette seat, brick wall-Alexander Waterworth Interiors, Musket Room, New York, Photograph by Emily Andrews

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Fiii Fun House, a new concept of a coffee shop with an event space and game room in Buenos Aires, Argentina. By architect Iris Cascante.

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Gogl & Partners Architekten have designed the Wiesergut Hotel located in the valley of Hinterglemm, Austria. The hotel’s architecture highlights its i

Corea Sotropa Interior Design | Tommyfield Gastro Pub

Calgary restaurant design - the Tommyfield booths, ceiling detail and bar (Interior Design by Corea Sotropa)

Booth concept - iron frame, hewn wood, add grey velvet cushion with nailhead

Graffiato Restaurant by Chef Mike Isabella

Branded wood seat back is a nice detail. restaurant's booths using reclaimed wood that they branded with the restaurant's signature 'G.

This hotel designs a modern reception area by transforming a 25-foot-long, naturally weathered eucalyptus log into a reception desk. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

50 Reception Desks Featuring Interesting And Intriguing Designs

The reception desk of The Hotel Paradox in Santa Cruz, CA Hotel is a eucalyptus log-- This could be a serving bar or reception area for a restaurant?

Pollen Street Social London Neri & Hu Design

The open-plan Pollen Street Social restaurant bridges together two previously separate buildings, spread out across the ground floor and basement. Back-to-back banquette seating by Neri & Hu

roof lines created by a series of thin, house-shaped frames form the tables and seats inside this sushi bar by studio zero85 - the market stalls in tokyo was used as the main reference.  read the @studio_zero85 project on #designboom! #restaurantinterior

roof lines created by a series of thin house-shaped frames form the tables and seats inside this sushi bar by studio - the market stalls in tokyo was used as the main reference. read the project on by designboom

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