DIY Store counter. Made from pallets. Thinking maybe an old bar could be lined with the old wood, then add a counter top?....MY basement bar one day!!

The Barcelona Home of Minotti London's Creative Director

DIY Store counter. Made from pallets. Thinking maybe an old bar could be lined with the old wood, then add a counter top?....MY basement bar one day!!

Nozomi Bar Sushi Restaurant in Valencia 2015 • Selectism - created via http://pinthemall.net

Nozomi Bar Sushi Restaurant in Valencia 2015 • Selectism - created via http://pinthemall.net

Luchetti Krelle_Hurricane’s

Luchetti Krelle_Hurricane’s

홍대 - 카페 더 플레인

홍대 - 카페 더 플레인

With Japanese linen hanging in the doorway, you can spot the big wooden bar that dominates the teeny joint from the street – but Koya Bar is not a boozy cocktail joint for Sake-infused cocktails, it’s an all-day all-night noodle bar inspired by traditional Udon-Ya houses...

With Japanese linen hanging in the doorway, you can spot the big wooden bar that dominates the teeny joint from the street – but Koya Bar is not a boozy cocktail joint for Sake-infused cocktails, it’s an all-day all-night noodle bar inspired by traditional Udon-Ya houses...

Agricola Street Brasserie (Canada), International restaurant

Agricola Street Brasserie (Canada), International restaurant

和僑商店 古町糀製造所1 プロデュース:有限会社 スタジオ・カルティベイト

和僑商店 古町糀製造所1 プロデュース:有限会社 スタジオ・カルティベイト

151E is a shop based in Fukuoka dedicated to Japan’s finest teas. The name is written in alpha-numeric characters, but is pronounced ichi-go ichi-e (一期一会), which is actually a Japanese phrase nearly impossible to translate for its multiple roots and interpretations. However, the term can be used to encourage one to cherish a once in a lifetime moment, or perhaps a cup of tea, in the tradition of tea ceremonies which are always of significance in Japanese culture.

151E is a shop based in Fukuoka dedicated to Japan’s finest teas. The name is written in alpha-numeric characters, but is pronounced ichi-go ichi-e (一期一会), which is actually a Japanese phrase nearly impossible to translate for its multiple roots and interpretations. However, the term can be used to encourage one to cherish a once in a lifetime moment, or perhaps a cup of tea, in the tradition of tea ceremonies which are always of significance in Japanese culture.

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