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Spruce your home with updated classics

I’ve always admired the art of restoration though I’m ashamed to admit that I never knew what to do with old fabric and furniture and they ended up thrown away or sold at the thrift market. Austin based design studio SpruceHome has made a nice growing business from transforming “orphaned” antique furniture pieces, mainly re-upholstering vintage chairs and sofas with eye-catching fabrics.

In the golden afternoon sofa, $2,500.00 USD , SpruceHomeIn the golden afternoon sofa, $2,500.00 USD , SpruceHome:

Great Camp Collection

Wondering what is the story of this wavy furniture? Actually, it's all about recreating the nineteenth century New York state country cabin's style. Designer Paul Loebach called this "rustic" series the Great Camp Collection which include dining chairs, a coat rack, dresser and credenza. The pieces are made using special techniques such as CNC machining in order to create beautiful irregular shapes.

Paul Loebach, the Great Camp CollectionPaul Loebach, the Great Camp Collection

Perfect for an afternoon siesta

I can't think for anything better in this hot summer than to stay relaxed in a lounge seat, at the sea-side, drinking orange juice or a delicious cocktail. I don't know what your favorite drink is, but I can give some ideas regarding the perfect lounge seat in which you can take a nap or read all day long. Miami-based PIE studio offers us beautiful, comfortable lounging chairs that cost from $1,400.00 to $5,400.00.

PIE Studio, Natural Spaghetti chairPIE Studio, Natural Spaghetti chair

Camouflage dining set

What we love most about this dining table set is its unique shape that gives a totally different perspective to your kitchen or living room (it is more suitable for your kitchen, though).

Brian Lee Studio, Chubby Brothers dining setBrian Lee Studio, Chubby Brothers dining set

Just connect your chair, mate!

Sofa Community is about bringing people together. It's not just a chair, or a sofa. It is a modular seating system that can change lounging places at work and not only. Connect the pieces of “community” together with friends or colleagues and just seat, relax and find more about each other.

Martin Zampach, Sofa CommunityMartin Zampach, Sofa Community

Comfy in a little tulip

Here's another tulip shaped chair for you, this one designed by Pierre Paulin in 1965 and reedited by Netherlands based Artifort Company.

Handmade, with an upholstered covering and chrome base, the Little Tulip chair is more than just practical. Its refined, graphic design has an inviting and comfortable quality, suited for any location be it a working desk or at the dining table. After all, your favourite chair in the house should be "friendly, fun and colorful" as Pierre Paulin thought.

tulip chair table

Take a seat into the future

When I think about what's probably going on in the mind of an interior designer, my world suddenly becomes futuristic from all points of view. Take for example this elegant and simple white chair designed by Erwine and Estelle Laverne in the early 1960's.

If this is what they thought about back then, I'm more than curious to find out what's coming next. It doesn't matter if it's art as long as it's functional. The Tulip white chair is made out of a so called Pastili material, or a two part glass fiber casting to create the shininess effect.

Tulip Chair

Candy chair collection

"In a collaboration with my father Dr. Sribyatta, to reconstruct a chair special to his childhood. The process was to use the recognizable materials and techniques; however, allow the fluidity of playful modern lifestyles to generate patterns and color to the chair." - Bannavis Andrew Sribyatta Candy chairCandy chair