Pilastro Perforated Multicoloured Shelves Netherlands 1960s

Pilastro Perforated Multicoloured Shelves Netherlands 1960s

Pilastro Perforated Multicoloured Shelves Netherlands - A fun set of three hanging wall shelves by Dutch company Pilastro, produced in The Netherlands in the

Pilastro Perforated Multicoloured Shelves Netherlands 1960s

Pilastro Perforated Multicoloured Shelves Netherlands 1960s

Pilastro Perforated Multicoloured Shelves Netherlands - A charming set of wall shelves by Pilastro from the Netherlands in the in red, blue and white.

Colour is king in this living space by @avocadosweets! With a multicoloured shelving unit, kaleidoscopic rug and an array of statement bulbs, this room is guaranteed to give you a bright start to the week. #colour #livingroom #rainbow #eclectic #home #design #interiors #avocadosweets #houzzuk

Colour is king in this living space by @avocadosweets! With a multicoloured shelving unit, kaleidoscopic rug and an array of statement bulbs, this room is guaranteed to give you a bright start to the week. #colour #livingroom #rainbow #eclectic #home #design #interiors #avocadosweets #houzzuk

We're Totally Crushing on This Long Kitchen Table

We're Totally Crushing on This Long Kitchen Table

Love this unique kitchen design with colors reflecting the taste of the people who live there (vs the cookie cutter kitchen look) Open shelving - less hardwoods used in making...   vs closed boxy wall cabinets.

Love this unique kitchen design with colors reflecting the taste of the people who live there (vs the cookie cutter kitchen look) Open shelving - less hardwoods used in making... vs closed boxy wall cabinets.

I only pinned this because it reminds me if the window in my late grandmother's house, it is remarkably similar to a display of coloured glass she kept in her window at the bottom of the stairs. Weird feeling of having seen this before.

Old Farmhouse - Home Tour

I only pinned this because it reminds me if the window in my late grandmother's house, it is remarkably similar to a display of coloured glass she kept in her window at the bottom of the stairs. Weird feeling of having seen this before.

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