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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!!

Look: Creative Uses for Recycled Shipping Pallets

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...

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

Agricola Street Brasserie (Canada), International restaurant

Agricola Street Brasserie (Canada), International restaurant

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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