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Accessories: Trees & Branches as Decor

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Accessories: Trees & Branches as Decor

Julie Carlson July 24, 2009

Spotted in several compelling interiors; bare trees and branches as decor.

Above: Abington 12 Gallery in NYC.

Above: A bedroom in Nimes, France, from Light Locations.

Above: A bare branch in a European villa.

Above: An interior photographed by Portland, OR-based Lincoln Barbour.

Above: New York minimalism from Steven Harris Architecture.

Above: A branch draped with beads.

Above: Bare branches as wall art in an otherwise unadorned bathroom.

Above: An interior photographed by Kelly Ishikawa of SBX Creative.

Above: A dining area at the Ace Hotel in Portland, Oregon.

Above: Another dining room with an enormous tangle of dried branches overhead via Est Magazine.

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