Posted by Angela @ farragio on Thursday, January 24, 2019 Under: life home family
My other passion, besides creating skin care products, is decorating. And it's funny how tastes can change through the years. I'm really starting to get into modern, industrial, retro, and other styles of decorating. I enjoy 'window shopping' for furniture on the internet and was perusing Etsy recently and found these lovely, unique finds.
Dusty Schroeder of ZombieWoodworks is living the dream of owning his own furniture-making business in Gainsville, Florida, and it shows in his work. This desk is built in the industrial style and features reclaimed circle-sawn wood, hairpin legs, and industrial trim. It would make a beautiful addition to any office, and dare I say it would even make an excellent dining table. Such a lovely, versatile piece.
The owner of NEWANTIC lives in the southwest of France, rich in culture and history, and they love scouring cellars and attics to find hidden treasures and this child's desk doesn't disappoint. The grey and green complement each other so well and would make a delightful addition to any child's room.
Kasia Mc Art of ArtGlamourSligo is a self-taught artist and her talent shines through in her intricately-designed pieces. This reclaimed wood headboard is no exception with its hand-sanded, dyed and painted wood pieces sculptured together to give a modern abstract look that would elevate any bedroom decor.
Ken and Jason of LomaLiving create pieces with beautiful form and high function. Their pieces are locally-sourced and small batch, and this unique timber block side table is a brilliant example. Beautifully sawn lumber with hairpin legs, it's a statement piece that is sure to capture the spotlight in any room.
The Quinn team at wwmake is a family-owned and operated reclaimed wood furnishings company. Each of their pieces has a unique industrial-modern feel, and this reclaimed wood dining table definitely fits the bill. Made from 100+ year old reclaimed planks salvaged from a midwestern barn, with an environmentally-friendly finish and handsome steel square legs, it's a beautiful piece that puts the fine in fine dining.
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