Andiec1

Andiec1

Off-centred mirror - so much more practical than over the sink.  Loving the oversize.  Minosa Design: Powder Room - The WOW bathroom

Off-centred mirror - so much more practical than over the sink. Loving the oversize. Minosa Design: Powder Room - The WOW bathroom

I love the scale of the oversized bar height table with the large black stone tiles.

I love the scale of the oversized bar height table with the large black stone tiles.

b & w inside and outside, always a good solution. I love the large black windows!

b & w inside and outside, always a good solution. I love the large black windows!

Picture collage

Picture collage

Urban Spaces: Minimalist Modern Atlanta Loft

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large pig - Google Search

large pig - Google Search

The Large Black pig is native to Cornwall, Devon, and Somerset in southwestern England. Originally known as the Lop Eared Black, the breed was selected for large size and efficiency of production on pasture and other forages. The Large Black gained popularity rapidly during the last half of the 1800s, and it was one of the most numerous of the English pig breeds in 1900. A breed association was formed in 1898.

The Large Black pig is native to Cornwall, Devon, and Somerset in southwestern England. Originally known as the Lop Eared Black, the breed was selected for large size and efficiency of production on pasture and other forages. The Large Black gained popularity rapidly during the last half of the 1800s, and it was one of the most numerous of the English pig breeds in 1900. A breed association was formed in 1898.

The Belgian Draft horse, and its name suggests, originated from Belgium. It is said to be directly descended from the "Great Horse" of medieval times: the large, black Flemish breeds used to carry knights in armor to battle. As with other draft breeds, the Belgian was later used primarily for agricultural and industrial purposes.

The Belgian Draft horse, and its name suggests, originated from Belgium. It is said to be directly descended from the "Great Horse" of medieval times: the large, black Flemish breeds used to carry knights in armor to battle. As with other draft breeds, the Belgian was later used primarily for agricultural and industrial purposes.

Illustration by Tony Viramontes, 1984, Jean Paul Gaultier. © Tony Viramontes

Illustration by Tony Viramontes, 1984, Jean Paul Gaultier. © Tony Viramontes

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