Angles and shadows - the #dbodhi Trapesium collection. #reclaimedwood #furniture #diningtable #texture #journeyeast (at Journey East)
Some people have water coolers in their offices, what happens to them after the water bottles are empty remain a mystery to most. d-Bodhi believes strongly in recycling materials and plastic water bottles are no exception. A bright idea for sustainability.
Sweet symmetry - the #dbodhi Carbon collection, crafted from #reclaimedwood that once existed as fishing boats. #journeyeast (at Journey East)
Keep cool in the #shade. #mamagreen personal #sombero for the sunny outdoors over the Bogard #armchair. #outdoorfurniture #journeyeast #ecostyle #reclaimedwood #gogreen (at Journey East)
Roman + Williams’ office, the interior design firm behind the Ace Hotel and The Standard have the most charming office themselves. A great workspace inspiration with dark tones accented with chromes and brushed metals.
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A traditional Indonesian water jar that #dbodhi collects when it reclaims a disused house for teak wood. Every jar is labelled and kept for rememberance
Great tonality in a minimal living space, accented with nostalgic relics. Perhaps what truly makes this space is the play with light on the cool smooth concrete slab floorings.
#journeyeast is gonna be on the next Home Decor Survival tomorrow night, 8pm, Channel 8. (#gingerjourneyeast was obviously preoccupied with other things and had to forgo filming) (at Journey East)
Sometimes, you’re in the mood for redecorating the house. It could be useful to have a shelf that was decisively built with indecisiveness (and the environment) in mind.
With this industrial loft, Russia-based design firm Nordes has created a truly masculine urban retreat that any bachelor would be happy to call home. While keeping many of the stanchly industrial elements, including exposed beams and bare walls, the carefully curated furnishings and bold decor make the space a home. It may go without saying that this one room loft is not intended for children, but it still manages to include plenty of playfulness of the adult variety.