Remember this brooch? I bet you do because this is the third time I mention it on my blog.
The other post, which you can see when you click over here, tells about the inspiration for this brooch and were it came from … well, the idea came from walls or sometimes roofs in Belgium and French, which are covered with slate shingles.
Anyway … on to The Shingles Pantry by Field Day. Apparently the same shingles inspired the designers of Field Day but in this case they were Western Red Cedar shingles.
I forgot about that but indeed in the U.S. lots of roofs and sometimes-complete houses are covered with these wooden shingles. Gorgeous cabinet don’t you think? It is built around a solid maple frame and it houses four shelves.
Here is another design by Jan and me inspired by shingles. A brooch named The Wall, made of ebony, silver and copper.
And another great design by Field Day The Envelope Chest…
… made of maple and the chest has a leather closure.
Via Field Day