|Left: Tom Bendell hand carved flatware, Found at Mrs Easton, An amazing blog to check out|
Right: Relaxo Ranch by Architects Wolveridge Architects
|Left: Door by Architect Peter Zumthor, Right: Stacks of wood: Source Unknown|
|Left: Photography: Seth Smoot, Joshua Vogel's workshop, Right: Iconic wooden spoons: Source Unknown|
|Left: Photography: Carl Kleiner for Discipline, Toys designed by Lars Beller|
Right: Image from the wonderful Online Shop/ Blog Herriot Grace
|Left: Wooden Box by Paolo De Toro, Right: Fritz Hansen Series 7 Chairs by Arne Jacobsen|
|Left: Image from the wonderful Online Shop/ Blog Herriot Grace, Right: Eames Plywood Sculpture|
|Left: M3 Chair by Thomas Feichtner, Right: Pile of Wood, Source Unknown|
|Left: Hakone Open Air Museum in Japan, Right: Bed by Mieke Meijer|
|Left: Image from the wonderful Online Shop/ Blog Herriot Grace|
Right: Very Collectable Pepper Grinders by Danish Designer Jens Quistgaard
|Left: Ty Pren/ Feilden Fowles House, Right: Blackcreek Mercantile & Trading Company|
Wood is just the most beautiful material, It goes without saying. At Studio Marcus Hay we have a bit of an obsession with the use of wood in our photo shoots and our Interior projects, What Stylist or Designer does not love it? Right now while we are in the middle of Fall, Wood just seems even more appropriate to work with. It's warmth and versatility are so inspiring.
The great things about Pinterest is gaining access to such wonderful images and coming across the most amazing Designers, Architects and Craftsmen and Woman. I have pictured here examples from my Pinterest Folder/ Wood, For more check out here. Click also all the links that go directly to each of the websites related to that image, For those Source Unknown, I am happy to credit if you get in touch with me, I would love to know more about your images.
Check out our future projects on this blog where the use of wood is very apparent.