Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Labor Union

Sometimes design fads saturate the market too quickly. This often leads to half-hearted imitations and cheap overabundance. While there has been an ever-increasing use of occupational furniture in current interior design, here is a phenomenal example of one couple who has found their own voice within this design aesthetic. Beautiful marriage of texture, finishes, warmth and personality.
I can't manage to get behind the phenomenon of viewing magazines on tablets and smartphones...but in case you can, the entire printed article (seen first in California Home+Design Magazine, Sept. 2010) is now archived here on their website.

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