designed 1 month ago by

IP Diego

The decor "DIEGO" was inspired by the old Japanese technique SHOU SUGI BAN that exposes the wood to fire in a controlled manner. The result: blackened wood that stands for strength and durability while its neutral colour is compatible with every modern interior design style.  Source: IP - Interprint


Thank you everyone for your visit, your "hearts" and most of all, your generous and encouraging comments!!! I appreciate it all very much!!!

  • NEVERQUITDESIGNIT
    25d ago
    NEVERQUITDESIGNIT

    Love it!

    #IPDEIGO

  • darkknight
    1 month ago
    darkknight

    Beautiful!

  • Mum Dali
    1 month ago
    Mum Dali
  • lydiaenderlebell
    1 month ago
    lydiaenderlebell

    Thank you, Mum Dali, for this and all your other visits to my designs and all the "hearts" and encouraging comments!!!

  • Mum Dali
    1 month ago
    Mum Dali

    Love it so much <3 Hugs to you, Lydia <3

  • russ
    1 month ago
    russ

    This is SO beautiful Lydia, I don't know why it's not on the board! BTW, I don't know if I responded about the walls in that tub I made. It was a nightmare! Won't do it again, kept me up to the wee hours of the morning fighting all the fractures back. I think using the invisible sliding walls with a plain door inserted to create a "faux" wall is far easier and safer. Because it is not a room, it doesn't have that strong snap feature. There is one irritating thing about that though, if you want a thick "faux wall" you have to constantly  reset it by changing it to a medium wall and then back to a thick wall after every render.  I learned this from studying Leyvna's  designs.

  • rfstarbuck
    1 month ago
    rfstarbuck

    love this!

  • russ
    1 month ago
    russ

    Gorgeous!