Friday, June 18, 2010

Gnarly

{Steven Gambrel's beach home - I'll post the rest if you'd like}

find a similar table here..

I love when found objects are transformed into furniture, accessories, art etc.. in this case I'm referring to driftwood. You can't go wrong mixing one of these in with other causal or {not so} pieces!

{Kelly Wearstler - Sands hotel}

this version available here!

Chase Booth's bathroom as seen in Domino

the mirror above is available here!

Image #1 - Steven Gambrel's Sag Harbor home scanned by Shelter from Rooms to Inspire in the Country

14 comments:

Erika ~TiptoeButterfly~ said...

i have 2 lamps very similar! 0 LOVE it!!!

*kiss kiss*
Happy Weekend!
Erika
~Tiptoe Butterfly~

Natasha said...

Very, Very cool pieces!
Would love to use that first table in a beach house... only I do not own one..... hmmmm ;)

Have a a wonderful weekend!
Northern Light

Sketch42 said...

I love the driftwood look, but only in the right setting, Like a beachhouse.

Mariska Meijers said...

That is what I would call tree talk!

Deepali Kalia Interior Design Blog Filling Spaces said...

Lovely pictures and the furniture is just like a sculpture!

Bromeliad said...

That is one cool table.

Sally@DivineDistractions said...

Love the post, Julie. It's really hard to beat Mother nature for interesting objects. I love people who can see something within and are able to bring it out. Fun post idea.

Tricia Rose said...

Found = individual, and creative, and chosen. Found is more elemental. Found can also be free!

Draven Ames said...

Wow, these are cool. Kind of creepy, but some would be perfect for my new office! I hope you have a wonderful day and hopefully, hopefully, you check out my blog and like it. Although I need to figure out how to add pictures and make it look more like a published horror authors site. I'm brand new to blogging and just want to meet some new people. I'm not trying to push at all. Hopefully I see some new stuff on here soon.

Charlotta Ward said...

I agree. Driftwood and other finds are wonderful when used well. Love the parade of loveliness and inspiration you have posted here.

Happy weekend.

x Charlotta

Hello Lover... said...

I love adding a little bit of nature/the outdoors to a room! It really gives it a whole different element and style

Hello Lover... said...

I love adding a little bit of nature/the outdoors to a room! It really gives it a whole different element and style

Lisa said...

Such a great topic to post about! Everytime I see driftwood I think of my Mom - she has loved it and been collecting it since I was a little girl. So it has special meaning to me and I love the natural feel of it. That table and mirror are spectacular!

LindsB said...

I just did a post on some driftwood I found in Nantucket. I didnt make it into a cool lamp or table like this amazing pieces, but its still fun to look at!

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