Rustic, shabby chic table with multi coloured chairs that remind me of Monica's in F.R.I.E.N.D.S.

Rustic, shabby chic table with multi coloured chairs that remind me of Monica's in F.R.I.E.N.D.S.

This kitchen is stunning - what you can see of it. I would really like an unfitted kitchen like my Grandma used to have, Nell

This kitchen is stunning - what you can see of it. I would really like an unfitted kitchen like my Grandma used to have, Nell

A fresh take on a children's play house - a DIY rustic roundhouse made from natural reed screening (walls) and a brushwood screening roof. The area also features a wooden table and chairs made from logs and timber planks. This is our natural children's outdoor play area that my partner and I designed for our child to encourage creative, open-ended play. Designed and made by David Bennett

A fresh take on a children's play house - a DIY rustic roundhouse made from natural reed screening (walls) and a brushwood screening roof. The area also features a wooden table and chairs made from logs and timber planks. This is our natural children's outdoor play area that my partner and I designed for our child to encourage creative, open-ended play. Designed and made by David Bennett

This begs for hanging out ~ love the fluff of the chairs mixed with the beachy influences… #Teens #Tweens #gameroom

This begs for hanging out ~ love the fluff of the chairs mixed with the beachy influences… #Teens #Tweens #gameroom

Extracted from Modern Retro: From Rustic to Urban, Classic to Contemporary  by Caroline Clifton-Mogg, published by Jacqui Small (£30)  The village of Lyons-la-Forêt, one of the most beautiful in Normandy,  revels in a surfeit of charming, seventeenth-century, half-timbered, pink  brick houses. Cyrille and Julie Viard’s plan was to reinterpret the genre –  adding a touch of industrial fantasy to the traditional charm.  In front of the wisteria-covered old farmhouse are metal chairs and a…

Extracted from Modern Retro: From Rustic to Urban, Classic to Contemporary by Caroline Clifton-Mogg, published by Jacqui Small (£30) The village of Lyons-la-Forêt, one of the most beautiful in Normandy, revels in a surfeit of charming, seventeenth-century, half-timbered, pink brick houses. Cyrille and Julie Viard’s plan was to reinterpret the genre – adding a touch of industrial fantasy to the traditional charm. In front of the wisteria-covered old farmhouse are metal chairs and a…

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