Pirate Chair by Kjellgren Kaminsky

Pirate Chair

Kjellgren Kaminsky act as design pirates in order to create the Pirate line of furniture. Going back to styles that span a multitude of eras, this Göteborg team takes inspiration from just about everywhere and applies it to the legs of their very simple tables and chairs. The blue fabric seat can be used with any set of Pirate legs: bobbin, bow back, rococo, Renaissance – the choice is yours.

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Highchair

Leopard Print Highchair

Tired of that unsightly plastic highchair that’s a constant eye sore around your home? Say hello to the stunning leopard print, solid wood high chair. The solid Mora is hand carved with a shapely oval back and stunning embellishments on the four sturdy legs. The leopard area is high end vinyl that resembles leather. Vinyl allows for quick cleanup and is mildew and stain proof. A completely detachable tray allows for safe and easy loading and unloading. And a comfortable yet secure three point locking safety belt, guarantees that wiggly little bodies won’t slide out! Safe, comfortable and easy on the eyes, a must have for trendy, in the know parents! Custom made when you order it, on poshtots.com for $885.

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Sofas that prevent this feeling

Rowe Furniture has heard the call for stylish furniture that we can fit through our door. The Mini Mod collection is designed for small space living. Most sofas range from 81 to 96 inches. The Mini Mod collection’s sofas are typically less than 80 inches. The collection includes couches, chairs, ottomans and even a sectional for small spaces. Most pieces are available in more than 130 fabrics from the Eco Rowe natural fabrics collection. Rowe furniture can be purchased with Reflex Natural cushion cores as well. Rowe is a founding member of the Sustainable Furniture Council. It’s great to see more manufacturers turning their attention to the “small” market. The selection of fashionable furniture available for small spaces seems to growing daily.

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Colombo Chair by Matthew Hilton

Matthew Hilton’s furniture collection will debut at the Milan Furniture Fair in April. New products launching will include; Light Table, Light Table Oval, Dining Chair, and Fin Dining Chair. Matthew Hilton graduated with a degree in Furniture Design from Kingston Polytechnic in 1979. He went on to design products for Paul Smith and Joseph Pour La Maison before designing at product design company Capa, London. In 1985 Matthew set up the Matthew Hilton Design Studio and started working for the British retailer and manufacturer SCP….

He has work in the permanent collections at the Victoria & Albert Museum and the Design Museum, London. In 2003, he was given the highest honour in the field of Industrial Design in the United Kingdom by being named a Royal Designer for Industry. Matthew Hilton Limited was established in September 2007.

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Recycled Cutlery Chair By Osian Batyka-Williams


Recycled Cutlery Chair By Osian Batyka-Williams

Posted by: Aart van Bezooyen
Designartist Osian Batyka-Williams discovered that some restaurants change their cutlery as often as every nine months (!) With The Cutlery Chair he demonstrates how these hard-to-recycle, unwanted pieces can be turned into a unique piece of furniture. P.S. For those who scared by the idea of sitting down on some 150 spoons, forks, and knives – we heard Osian considered adding a cushion made from recycled napkins.

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