What a great piece to have in the family or pass down to your kids--this is a design I came up with and built from 80+ year old barn wood. I can build your family one like it, or we can create a unique piece!! Look at my creations at: http://davescustomcreations.tumblr.com/
These images struck me speechless. There is so much beauty in them that I found myself daydreaming. Now, we’ve seen gorgeous tree houses before, but what’s different here, apart from the fact that these are really, truly beautiful, is that we have not one, but three of them linked to one another! The creations you are about to enjoy are the work of architect and environmentalist Peter Bahouth who designed and built this charming trio of tree houses in an Atlanta forest, which also doubles as…
Do you like this hutch? How about the patina? It has a Sioux Falls base paint, then umbered with stain, then tastefully distressed, and then several coats of a clear satin varnish. It is one of a kind!! I can also build one for you that you help design, from bottom to top!! I invite you to see my creations at: http://davescustomcreations.tumblr.com/
Dave's Custom Creations Here is a custom patina that I made for a French Provincial dresser--if you have a piece of furniture that needs to be made more solid and refinished with a new style, then I can do that. I can also build a custom piece for you from scratch.. Come see my work at: http://davescustomcreations.tumblr.com/
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From Laura Ellen Bacon - Creations that work from the inside out, to make interior privat spaces, tactile and silent. All of my work has been generated because of a personal (and solitary) drive to build, to create and often to be able to climb inside; the thrill of the quiet space that did not exist before my hands placed the material in the available position.
It’s after the holidays and I have a pile of cardboard boxes that have taken over my house because I tend to hoard them to make fun forts with the kids. In fact, the most popular present my kids received this year was a cardboard pirate ship from a company called Box Creations. We usually order the …