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wood that is floating or that has been washed ashore

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Rustig Drift wood mirrors, from pounds 140, Models Own (01803 835 842)
The wind chime includes colored beads, buttons and yarn, all tethered to an old piece of drift wood.
At the other end of the world in the Arctic, children with the British Schools Expeditionary Society lit a beacon made of drift wood on a beach at Svalbord.
Tons of natural light flood into the room, which is adorned with drift wood, net and tasteful furniture.
To assemble the project, students hung the petroglyphs from sticks or pieces of drift wood using strips of leather.
Upon arrival, you'll be shown to your individually designed room, with coffered ceilings, handsome dark wood floors, and custom-made drift wood furniture.
He has also used drift wood to embellish and surround mirrors.
Tip: Old timeless pieces or drift wood accents can be incorporated.
It's made from a combination of three locally sourced woods - ash, cherry and dark drift wood found washed up on the Pembrokeshire coast shore.
Beach Huts, Harbours & Headlands is a mixed exhibition of contemporary applied art including paintings on drift wood by Lizzy Spikes, ceramics by Jon and Julie Harbottle, glass by Jennifer Ham, copper fish by Lewis Banks and jewellery and a wide selection of pictures by gallery artists.
Ideal weekend: This one wasn't bad; part with my family, part with friends, cooking, running with the iron men of Crosby, collecting drift wood, a good bottle of wine.
Nexus's ferry engineers worked round the clock to get Pride of the Tyne working in time for the event after it struck a piece of drift wood and damaged its propulsion system.
Her Droopys Woods offspring included the open winners Drift Wood, Essex Girl, Terrorbasha Lass and Well Kept Secret, their successes being mostly over longer distances.
Designed by architect Philippe Avenzi from Grenoble, the Quiksilver Boardriders Club in Anglet incorporates surf-inspired materials such as pebbles, drift wood, bamboo, aged metal, oak blocks, and polished stones to create a natural and welcoming boardriding atmosphere.
The showhome benefits from creative organic features such as recycled and snake skin wallpaper, drift wood mirrors, furs and wicker furniture - it really is a delight to walk around so I would urge people looking for a new home to come and take a look.