The most recognisable paintings from the art collection of Amsterdam's Rijksmuseum are printed onto the seats of these plywood stools by Dutch designer Piet Hein Eek. Dutch designer Piet Hein Eek designed the Plywood Print Stool
Solid maple dresser with gently sculpted surfaces. Making use of simple wood-working techniques, the Echo Dresser plays with the inherent variations of natural materials and the precision of contemporary form.
This lighting effect is really cool because it is actually only one light but external structures is what creates this shadow effect where it makes the lighting that is emitted to an interesting shape rather than just a normal light casted on a wall.
I maybe like this idea with the wooden beam at the end of my bar. maybe the wine in on the side of the bar opening only. :) Diy Wine holder, (maybe bigger beam in natural looking wood where you cant see the bottle neck)