16 March 2016

Test[ing] Pattern

I must be subconsciously preoccupied with floors these days; this is the second post in as many weeks on the subject. Adopting the marbleizing technique that's traditionally used to create the endpapers in fine books, these wooden planks sport somewhat unpredictable patterns in a variety of color palettes. Installed in parquet layouts or straight runs, they'll certainly add zip to a room. snedkerstudio.dk

1 comment:

  1. Hi Leslie, The art of marbling stretches far past than the end of book covers and has been used throughout the decorative arts for hundreds of years and I use it quite extensively in my own work of fine art murals. I loved the article on the flooring for I have seen more color coming back full circle into interior design also

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