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Piet Hein Eek Barstools

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Killer stools from Dutch designer's Scrapwood series. $255.00

We can't get enough Piet Hein Eek around here. And not only because it's so fun to say his name. The Dutch furniture designer is a pioneer in the realm of recycled materials, and his Scrapwood work nails the warm, distressed vibe we love. Like these reclaimed wood Barstools, with great color contrasts and little details that make each piece special. They look reclaimed, and Eek proves that can be......read more

Artless SQ Tables

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Simple, linear furniture made using reclaimed hardwood. $900.00

Harkening the golden era of mid-century modern design, these SQ Tables from Artless Corporation (headed by Alejandro Artigas) bring clean lines and basic shapes to your living room. Fear not, no virgin forests have been affected by Alex's creations. Made entirely of reclaimed walnut wood, the tables are imbued with thoughtful details including rectangular supports that act as perfect mini......read more

Offcut Stool Fluoro by Tom Dixon

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Eye-popping stool constructed from discarded wood $250.00

When it comes to creative recycling, esteemed British furniture designer Tom Dixon is one of the greats. Dixon's Offcut collection of benches and stools makes fantastic use of discarded wood remnants from the furniture industry. From that series comes Offcut Stool Fluoro, a solid birch stool lacquered in the signature Tom Dixon fluoro shade. With a rounded top made from curved and irregular......read more

Gabriela Bellon Letras Desk

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Minimalism, meet sustainability.

Less is more with this streamlined number from Argentina-raised, Frankfurt-based architect Gabriela Bellon. Lovely contrast between the geometric stainless steel legs and the warm wooden table top, made from sustainably harvested oak, treated with natural oils and bound with non-toxic, water-based glues....read more

Uhuru Metal Stoolen

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Scrap metal stools handbuilt in Brooklyn, NY. $1,700.00

In the tradition of Uhuru’s signature Stoolen, which is made from locally collected scrap wood, the Metal Stoolen was borne from scrap material in the Uhuru metal shop. In this case, the scraps were leftover lengths of steel that were too short to be used in furniture production.   All items are hand built to order in Red Hook, Brooklyn and available in custom sizes and......read more

Chiquita Stool

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Renewable ratten-pole seating from designer Kenneth Cobonpue. $635.00

Kenneth Cobonpue's signature furniture designs are made with locally sourced natural and organic fibers. His Chiquita stool, made from rattan poles (rattan is a fast growing type of palm tree), is a wonderful convergence of form, function and fun. While the end of poles may not look like a comfortable place to sit, don't be deceived. Underneath the sticks is a layer of soft, bouncy foam......read more

Alma Allen Coffee Table

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Stunning, one-of-a-kind coffee table made from salvaged walnut wood. $3,200.00

Working out of Joshua Tree, California, self-taught sculptor and furniture designer Alma Allen crafts objects of stunning beauty from found and salvaged materials. If you've ever been to the Ace Hotel in Palm Springs, you've seen his work in the lobby and rooms. One of Allen's preferred materials is claro walnut, a dark brown wood native to northern California. This one-of-a-kind,......read more

Dedon NestRest

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Hanging pod transforms the garden sofa into a small piece of architecture.

Like an outdoor cradle for grown-ups, Dedon's new NestRest may be the ultimate spot for an afternoon nap, rocking gently as you laze in the sun. Designed by Daniel Pouzet and Fred Frety, the hanging pod is made of super-sized strands of Dedon Fiber, a patented industrial textile that's both non-toxic and fully recyclable. The thick, sturdy weave is open, breathable and private, so that......read more

'Z' Tea Table

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Reclaimed bowling lane wood becomes unique end table $795.00

Bowling alleys, once the go-to hangout zone for Friday night fun, are not quite so popular these days. So what to do with bowling lane wood when an alley closes? NYC's Counter Evolution make wonderful use of the reclaimed planks, shaping the worn pine strips into beautiful pieces of furniture. Case in point: the "Z" Tea Table, a strikingly angular end table that's perfect for sharing a drink with......read more

Pallet Chair

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Rustic seating cobbled together from salvaged shipping pallets $99.00

Wooden pallets have emerged as a favorite source material for crafty repurposers. And why not? There are an estimated two billion of them floating around the world. Atlanta's Clarke Titus, whose roughsouthhome Etsy shop is chalk full of great repurposed homewares, makes expert use of salvaged pallet wood for these Pallet Chairs. Custom-made for your individual purposes, the......read more

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