Slowpoke Cafe by Sasufi | Dezeen
This Melbourne cafe by French designer Sasufi features a 12 metre-long wall covered in timber offcuts. Tabletops at the Slowpoke Cafe are made from recycling floorboards and other furniture was sourced from local flea markets. Wider blocks protruding from the wooden wall above each table create shelves for condiments. More stories about cafes on Dezeen » The following information is from Sasufi:
Bibigo Angel — London, UK
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Wood Wall Art Landscape Wall Art Distressed Wood Sculpture | Etsy
This is an abstract landscape wood wall art sculpture made from wood strips that have been cut to different thicknesses to create a look of dramatic texture. The colors are blended greys and blues with a handmade wood frame in dark brown. This wood art would really make any wall space come to life!