Modern Take On Classics: Texas-Inspired Furniture Collection

New York-based design studio Yucca Stuff recently launched their debut collection of furniture, featuring eight pieces inspired by Texas, the designer’s home state. With a nod to architecture and sculpture, the collection is designed to become heirloom pieces to complement the home, passed down from generation to generation. The collection has everything from a modern... 
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VALUE Furniture Upholstered With Old Paper Money

Paper money isn’t worth anything without its assigned value – otherwise, it would be nothing more than just a blend of cotton and linen. Most money only has a lifespan of no more than 18 months before it’s decommissioned and sent to be burned. Instead of discarding old bills, London-based designer Angela Mathis gives them... 
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Geometric Block Clock From Walnut And Marple

Can a clock become a focal point and accentuate your interior? Yes, sure! Especially, if it’s the block Clock by Cincinatti studio Such + Such. Block Clocks are designed and carved from locally found hardwoods – North American Black Walnut and North American Hard Maple. Produced in Cincinnati, the Block Clocks are an exploration of... 
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Refined Linnk Liquor Kabinet With Geometric Design

Liquor and wine connoisseurs, this cabinet is right for you! The high-end, handmade liquor cabinet, designed by New Zealand designer Ian Rouse, takes a bar cabinet to a whole new level with its solid craftsmanship. Made from American Ash, leather upholstery, and toughened glass paneling, the design makes it suitable to pull a stool up... 
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Long Wool Icelandic Sheepskin And Coyote Hide Furniture

Fall is not so far and it’s high time to think of something warm and cozy, have a look at this furniture collection by Sentient. The sofas and chairs are made of long wool Icelandic sheepskin and reclaimed oak wood frames; American black walnut and a sustainable coyote hide. The reclaimed red and/or white oak... 
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Modern Loft With Industrial Touches In A Former Warehouse

Making industrial spaces living ones is a hot trend today, and following the trend Schappacher White Architecture renovated an American Express warehouse into a cool modern Hudson loft. The architects transferred the main characteristics of the building to the loft by using materials and inspiration from the warehouse – chemically aged steel wall panels, steel... 
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