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handcarved wooden spoons and serving utensils - edition 6 - black walnut

handcarved wooden spoons and serving utensils - edition 6 - black walnut

Made in the heart of Asheville, North Carolina by local small batch maker Anneliesse McKee, this long handled spoon is hand carved from specially selected black walnut wood. A wood spoon is a staple t

Made in the heart of Asheville, North Carolina by local small batch maker Anneliesse McKee, this long handled spoon is hand carved from specially selected black walnut wood. A wood spoon is a staple t

#Zulu weaver Nomkhosi Nkosi lives in the farmlands of Zululand, South Africa. She regularly sends #BasketsOfAfrica her beautiful Ukhamba baskets with traditional patterns and geometric designs. Many of her baskets feature asymmetrical designs, so the patterns are different on every side. Her creations are warm and elegant and beautiful.

#Zulu weaver Nomkhosi Nkosi lives in the farmlands of Zululand, South Africa. She regularly sends #BasketsOfAfrica her beautiful Ukhamba baskets with traditional patterns and geometric designs. Many of her baskets feature asymmetrical designs, so the patterns are different on every side. Her creations are warm and elegant and beautiful.

South Sound magazine's Northwest Idea House 2012: The home is full of art niches that add to the style of the space.

South Sound magazine's Northwest Idea House 2012: The home is full of art niches that add to the style of the space.

Contemporary Neutral Pantry with Calacatta Marble Counters | LuxeSource | Luxe Magazine - The Luxury Home Redefined

Contemporary Neutral Pantry with Calacatta Marble Counters | LuxeSource | Luxe Magazine - The Luxury Home Redefined

Interesting 'rules of the road' for hanging artwork...  I'll admit I prefer to just play around with the hanging templates until it feels right... Once that's done (and double-checked with a pocket mirror to make sure it's truly balanced)... Then, I like the idea of checking heights for uniformity (but I just use my nose, shoulder as a guide!)

Interesting 'rules of the road' for hanging artwork... I'll admit I prefer to just play around with the hanging templates until it feels right... Once that's done (and double-checked with a pocket mirror to make sure it's truly balanced)... Then, I like the idea of checking heights for uniformity (but I just use my nose, shoulder as a guide!)