🌊SWIPE LEFT!🌊 www.wavemotionmachines.com —————————————————————————— This is the very popular interactive “WaveTube” from Hughes Wave Motion Machines LLC. This is a hand operated stress relieving display of physics. While minimalist in design, the lively display that forms in the WaveTube when it's rocked gently from side to side is incredibly relaxing, therapeutic, and entertaining to watch. While the WaveTube was originally developed for children suffering from #Autism and those in Palliative Care, anyone can benefit from the calming effects of the natural waves. :) Made in the USA with museum case quality construction and a visually stunning and non-toxic fluid formula, the WaveTube measures 12" in length and 2” in diameter. The edges are rounded off so there are no sharp edges. It also includes a high quality acrylic stand that it rests on when not in use. The quality and wave response is like nothing ever seen in a wave machine previously. A variety of colors are available and you are sure to be pleased with it. Please see the color chart in the photos. The "UV" colors glow in a dark room with a fluorescent black light fixture for an awesome and fun effect! Please visit the link in my bio to see all of my work for sale including the motorized 22” (55cm) “Model One” Wave Motion Machine! I offer a wide variety of custom color schemes. Sales@wavemotionmachines.com for custom or bulk orders! 🌊🌊🌊 #WaveTube ——————————————————————————— #art#wavemotionmachine#wavemachine#ocean#waves#oceanwaves#oceanconservation#sculpture#engineering#artist#relaxing#mar#ondas#oceanart#interiordesign#interiordecor#myhouseidea#physics#lavalamp#homedecor#uniquegifts#lavalamp#luxuryhome#blacklight#black#summer#beach#oceandecor#onde
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What's cooking, good looking? The Kustom Timber End of Financial Year Sale has started and we're excited. With 15% off storewide, you can't go wrong!
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Placing a TV to the side of a window, especially one as big as this, is great to avoid direct sunlight hitting it. We might like to feel the sun on our skin, but sun on a screen makes it difficult to watch
Tooting Graveney is the old parish name for the area west of Streatham in the London Borough of Wandsworth, shown here in this old map from 1894 (the same year our was built). The area now know as #TootingBroadway and #TootingBec . It is a fabulous place to live and has a really sense of community, one of the many reasons why we chose to buy the house back in 2017.
Thank you for all the love on my styling Stories today! 🙏 🙏 🙏 You guys really are the best 😍😍😍 Doing my first shoot yesterday felt amazing and it’s good to be back on track. You really have got me through lockdown with your encouraging words, supportive comments and generally loveliness on all the collaborative content I have been making. 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 Colabs have helped me going through a difficult time financially & mentally ~ so hearing and reading your words of encouragement has been like having my own personal cheer leaders 👻👻👻 I cant thank you enough. I was thinking of doing an IGTV haul of the best bits from Asda that I have kept for my home 🏡🏡🏡 ??? All the homeware bits I think you’re going to drool over (BUT they won’t break your piggy bank 🐖 🐖 🐖) Like this palm print bedding and knitted throw 👆👆👆 What do you think? Would you be in?!? 🤗🤗🤗
Not an AD. I’m not paid to post on my on squares but I love the shots and I’m proud of them and want to show you x x x
8 1104 hours ago
How much time are you spending on your sofa these days? Imagine spending it on the new Jack Tuxedo 4-seater sofa - super comfy and stylish!
Doors in, frames up! Now all that’s left is to pane and paint 🎨
It’s amazing what a nice door and handle can do to a room, I’m in love!
And it’s been a long ol’ wait for shelves, I can’t wait to get dressing them with all my cute photos and bits. I’ve had so much shelf envy since starting this account, but now it’s my time to pull it out the bag 👏🏽
Did you know that the entire first week of June is National Gardening Week? Not only are plants essential for a happy ecosystem and planet, but they’re sooooo good for our own physical and mental health. Whether it’s growing your own organic fruits and vegetables, getting outside to enjoy a yard full of flowers, or simply maintaining clean air and a happy workspace with a bit of office greenery, owning a few plants of your own is just one of the ways you can help fight depression, brain fog, and pollution. Personally, I have just an orchid for Nurse's Week that I've managed to keep alive. Woohoo! But in honor of National Gardening Week, I plan on getting a few more. Cause why not, right? You can never have too many plants in your life, and I plan to become a bonefide "plant lady" in not time. What are your favorite plants or flowers?
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This space is our secondary dining space which we only use once or twice a year but good to have when needed.
The Kitchen table has space for six persons and over here the same amount of chairs so I don’t really understand the point 😂 Ok, lets say that I invite more than 6 friends (including me) for dinner meaning that we would need to split up the guests which makes no sense to me 😭
Anyway, I hope you’re all fine and enjoy your evening 🙌
I have spent the day making some art. I had a conversation with @chequerfield and he made a good point - why is everyone calling it ‘DIY art’? It is art! Anyway, it’s all an experiment and it’s been a while since I’ve made some proper art. I studied fine art and art history at college and I always really enjoyed it, but have unfortunately lost touch with it over the years. I’ll share it with you once it’s dry (whether successful or not)
Has anyone else been producing art during lockdown?