An earth friendly kitchen in stone, wood and tile. The stone wall in this rustic kitchen is highlighted by salvaged wood beams and white tile. Floor made from flagstone and reclaimed hemlock wood mirrors the stone wall panel and timber ceiling.
Chevron wall pattern made of wood strips. This could be a good project if you wanted to use reclaimed wood that would otherwise be thrown out. Such a cool idea for the headboard as well to add graphic texture
Located on Grand Street, at the crossroads of Soho and Tribeca, The James in New York (designed by the Office for Design and Architecture in collaboration with Perkins Eastman) focuses on sustainability and community: the interiors, designed by Amanda Sul