Roland Erdohegyi

Roland Erdohegyi

Roland Erdohegyi
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Get Inspired: Wooden iPhone stand from FineGrain

Get Inspired: Wooden iPhone stand from FineGrain

Mook (project by Carlo Nannetti and Francesca Crisafulli)  – LEO, GERALDINA, OLIVIERO, LATTONZOLO

Mook (project by Carlo Nannetti and Francesca Crisafulli) – LEO, GERALDINA, OLIVIERO, LATTONZOLO

Owl Wooden Goodies from Japan

Owl Wooden Goodies from Japan

wooden shot glass holder

wooden shot glass holder

Adorably useful small wooden candle. Combining a space exactly of the size of the most common match box it shows a very intuitive way of using it. Tell me you don't want one and I will not believe you.

Adorably useful small wooden candle. Combining a space exactly of the size of the most common match box it shows a very intuitive way of using it. Tell me you don't want one and I will not believe you.

11 genius organizing hacks for the most type a person in your life, organizing, storage ideas, Project via Kim Kim Six Fix

11 genius organizing hacks for the most type a person in your life, organizing, storage ideas, Project via Kim Kim Six Fix

Wine Tree 4 bottle wine rack por BrydonDesign en Etsy, $37.00

Wine Tree 4 bottle wine rack por BrydonDesign en Etsy, $37.00

Bottle opener that's better than a nail in a stick

Bottle opener that's better than a nail in a stick

The best timber job for an amateur, starting or affirmed handyman! Today I browsed the web for some fantastic woodworking tasks made coming from simple wood! There are actually plenty of sign concepts that it was actually difficult to limit it up to my top faves but below is among them!

The best timber job for an amateur, starting or affirmed handyman! Today I browsed the web for some fantastic woodworking tasks made coming from simple wood! There are actually plenty of sign concepts that it was actually difficult to limit it up to my top faves but below is among them!

produits populaires cachés en bois porte de gobelets en papier | Kagamoku Blog

produits populaires cachés en bois porte de gobelets en papier | Kagamoku Blog