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  • Window Seat With A View

    This elegant window seat gives users a feeling of enclosure while simultaneously placing them in the midst of a mountain panorama.

  • Bunk Rooms Provide Functional Sleeping Spaces

    These stackable berths allow multiple people to sleep in a small area. They can also ignite imaginary undertakings and harbor secret hideaways.

  • Built-In Bunks Add Space for Guests

    Built-in bunks fold guest accommodations into a 1,050-square-foot one-bedroom apartment.

  • Product: Marazzi Group Concept

    Breaking from the abundance of wood patterns and undetailed stone visuals of Cersaie 2012, Marazzi Group’s Ragno subsidiary taps into another trend at the show with decorative detailing.

  • The Urban Rebound

    I've been impressed on this visit with how my old hometown, DC, seems to be thriving, and that leads me to reflect on how cities in general will fare in the coming post-recession.

  • Hearst Castle-Inspired Wood Tiles

    The Hearst Celestial Wood Series features hand-painted or carved wood tiles that interpret the California compound’s opulent design.

  • Product: Trestlewood Mushroomwood

    Former platforms used in mushroom-growing facilities become architectural finishes.

  • Product: Geiger International Loophole

    A glass tabletop supported by a two-way, solid wood base.

  • Product: Barnwood Naturals Charred/Burnt Siding

    Reclaimed wood siding that is burned to increase its durability.

  • Great Rooms With Wood Ceilings

    The phrase “great room” evokes images of open, airy, expansive spaces capable of housing various activities in multiple gathering areas. Great rooms often have vaulted or double-height ceilings to generate a sense of awe, but such large volumes also can be overwhelming or cold if not thoughtfully...