- Living room
- Studio of 29 m²
- Creating a beautiful garden paths – For wide
- Coconartige hanging lamps
- Ethno-Look in the living room
- Striking finished Halloween decoration for the table in minutes
- Facade Natural
- Built-in wardrobe with sliding doors colored
- kitchen equipment with a lot of steel
- cement tiles from Spain
Modern Art offers exceptional decorating ideas with wooden statues
Modern art was new deffiniert by the talented designer Brent Comber. He skillfully combined decorative items, furniture and creative Kusntwerke in a unique exhibition in Vancouver, Canada. We present in this article a collection of his works beeindrückendsten.
New deffiniert Modern Art - Exhibition in Canada
Brent Comber born in Canada has always found inspiration in its history and in life. The relationship with nature has always had a special place in his heart - so it is no coincidence that before working at a landscaping company. Creative aspects of garden design and the ability to work with natural materials such as stone, wood and earth, and his hobby craftsmen have inspired him for his works of art. He had his first works of art in wood, has collected various sites near Vancouver buildings. Then he also found other environmentally friendly sources of timber. Particular preference is designer unbearbetetes wood - which uses its gaps and cracks and creates works of art that can be used as decoration in your home and garden. The color of real wood, the artist has a special attraction - and appreciate. Its modern art is characterized by clear lines and natural, and a mix of wood and light.
Modern art for your home and garden
The art combines modern life in the big city with nature and sets the tone inside. The artist made wood pieces of furniture, such as tables, chairs, benches and even a bathtub, and decorations designed and built to the wall or to the garden. Timber structures and light catch the eye and are good example of how tradition and modernity can work together. We have compiled the most interesting parts of his latest collection and try to get an overview of creative projects.