The perfect companion for the wanderlust. The Thomas Kay Camp Stool from Pendelton is part of the exclusive new collection which was created to celebrate Pendelton’s pioneering founder and their heritage of weaving in America since 1863. With its leather carrying strap and heavy navajo wool jacquard it is the ideal addition to the campfire, the car, or even at home when you have a few extra guests. If the wool isn’t your thing and you want a less expensive option, Wood & Faulk, the company which makes these for Pendelton has an English bridal leather version which is equally awesome.
It was love at first site with this chair. An irregular, quirky take on a wingback, it is upholstered in repurposed army tent canvas. The raw unfinished edges lend an easygoing style to the form which plays with the line between modern and traditional. The Pacifica Wing Chair by environment.
This is fabulous. Swiss architect and designer, Stefan Zwicky, sets Le Corbusier’s LC2 armchair in stone. With concrete and rebar he transforms this icon of design with an industrial, postmodern twist. The concrete corbusier, yes please.
Love the industrial, sculpted metal exterior coupled with the Belgian linen in the Copenhagen Spitfire chair from Restoration Hardware. Fabulous!