Such a beautiful piece of woodwork.

Elephant by Charles and Ray Eames. 1945. Edition of celebration by VITRA of hundred’s birthday of Charles Eames in 2007. Bended maple plywood. Provided by Wonderwood.

The Seal Lounge Chair. 1960. Denmark. Ib Kofod-Larsen. Solid rosewood frame and upholstered seat. Provided by Regan and Smith Antiques.

Such a cutie! The Groove Stool from Area 51 Antiques.

Such a cutie! The Groove Stool from Area 51 Antiques.

1960’s.

Jens Quistgaard Rosewood and Chrome Chair for Richard Nissen. Chair has solid rosewood spokes fit into chrome stretchers that support a suede sling. The chair is held together by tension and has no screws or bolts. Denmark.

Reclaimed furniture from Pineapples, Palms Etc., Jupiter, FL. Formed by Shelly Bascetta and Lisa Peterson in October of 2001. Pineapples, Palms, Etc. blends a special mix of vintage pieces with modern coastal furniture and unique accessories. The worn antiqued look brings so much character and “lived in” feel that its hard to bypass pieces like these.

Vintage Juicer turned Lamp? Yes! Love the repurposing of materials.

1954.

Gilda Arm Chair by Carlo Mollino. Oak dyed ash frame. Bronzed brass hardware. Four position adjustable seat. Polyurethane heat cound polyester fibre upholstery with suspension on steel springs. Leather cover.

1954.

Gilda Arm Chair by Carlo Mollino. Oak dyed ash frame. Bronzed brass hardware. Four position adjustable seat. Polyurethane heat cound polyester fibre upholstery with suspension on steel springs. Leather cover.

1902.
Calvet Mirror by Antoni Gaudi (1852-1926). Varnished solid oak.

1902.

Calvet Mirror by Antoni Gaudi (1852-1926). Varnished solid oak.

1930.

Asian Turquoise Lamp. I love how this piece could translate into a contemporary interior of today with the collective knowledge that it was manufactured in the 30s. The color and the illustration is playful and refreshing. The lucite base and finial give it that extra pop of elegance while the rectangle shade gives it a clean sophistication.

1940.
Iron Bench with Ivory Cowhide Upholstery. A more modern take on a Greek Diphros x-based stool. I like the patina/luster of the iron paired with the warm accents of metal to highlight the stretcher and the feet.

1940.

Iron Bench with Ivory Cowhide Upholstery. A more modern take on a Greek Diphros x-based stool. I like the patina/luster of the iron paired with the warm accents of metal to highlight the stretcher and the feet.

1950’s.
Gorgeous armchair by British born architect and furniture designer, T.H. Robsjohn Gibbings. Ebony finished wood frame with a black, white and grey woven wool.

1950’s.

Gorgeous armchair by British born architect and furniture designer, T.H. Robsjohn Gibbings. Ebony finished wood frame with a black, white and grey woven wool.

A peek inside of inventory in Brooklyn, NY’s Le Grenier Antique and Housewares Shop.

1785.

18th Century Artisan made oak travelling coffer with inner compartment and ornate hand forged iron scrollwork. Southern Germany.

1930’s-40’s.

Vintage Dentist’s Cabinet/Surgical Unit. Original pieces for suction as well as a water dispenser remain. Pump is inside unit. Chicago.

1930’s.

Electrified Tinwork Revival Period Chandelier with mirrored glass panels and decorative tin details in the Delgado Family style. Made in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

1930’s.

Electrified Tinwork Revival Period Chandelier with mirrored glass panels and decorative tin details in the Delgado Family style. Made in Santa Fe, New Mexico.