Christopher Winter

Christopher Winter

E4 9PB / Freelance letting agent, painter, father, husband and local resident in Walthamstow, East London
Christopher Winter
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Kohler Marrakesh Collection: faucet

Kohler Marrakesh Collection: faucet

orientalist: KOHLER | K-14031-BU-96 | Marrakesh design vitreous china vanity-top with single faucet hole $2364 (2013)

orientalist: KOHLER | K-14031-BU-96 | Marrakesh design vitreous china vanity-top with single faucet hole $2364 (2013)

These ideas for children's rooms are perfect for your new home in Auburn, AL. Check out HomesteadAuburn.com for more details!

These ideas for children's rooms are perfect for your new home in Auburn, AL. Check out HomesteadAuburn.com for more details!

I love this combo of a porcelain sink with delicate patterns and a thick marble countertop. Beautiful, and somewhat within the reach of those of us on not-millionaire budgets.

I love this combo of a porcelain sink with delicate patterns and a thick marble countertop. Beautiful, and somewhat within the reach of those of us on not-millionaire budgets.

Persian sink

Persian sink

Masterpiece! - Imgur

Masterpiece! - Imgur

Possibly the coolest sink in history. No idea where it is, or even what it is.. But whoever made it is a genius.

Possibly the coolest sink in history. No idea where it is, or even what it is.. But whoever made it is a genius.

Manarola, Italy - It's in the province of La Spezia, Liguria, northern Italy. A unique place called 'Cinque Terre ' (which means Five Towns literally and this is one of the town, they are right next to each other). If you go to Tuscany, you can make a day trip there.

Manarola, Italy - It's in the province of La Spezia, Liguria, northern Italy. A unique place called 'Cinque Terre ' (which means Five Towns literally and this is one of the town, they are right next to each other). If you go to Tuscany, you can make a day trip there.

Egon Schiele

Egon Schiele

Peter Demetz talla a mano figuras de madera que parecen estar vivas

Peter Demetz talla a mano figuras de madera que parecen estar vivas