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Industrial Work Desk

Another great online store we came across on Etsy, Urban Wood Goods is owned by Erin Norton True, she makes "Industrial Modern Reclaimed Wood Furniture", she discovers items at estate sales,flea markets, and old barns. She then makes furniture pieces with historical "old growth" salvaged wood. Our pick is this simple desk with mid century hairpin legs, locker basket drawer and slide out keyboard tray. Everything is made to order, and you can arrange with Erin custom dimensions. Check out her store for more very cool rustic furniture.



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Taylor Stitch
Huckberry Interior
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ORRO SWITCH

Orro Switch is a recent option in the sizzling market of smart switches, however, Orro has a few features that set it apart from its competitors that may turn it more appealing. For one it doesn’t need a wi-fi or cloud connection to be smart, it has a learning ability that adapts to your needs and manages the light you’re using or need throughout the day, bringing it up or dimming it to best fit your needs. Orro has sensors that detect your presence and adapts to yo...
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GROVEMADE HEADPHONE STAND

Portland-based workshop Grovemade have introduced a beautifully crafted headphone stand, a bold statement piece for your desk. Made with premium materials, the elegant stand uses natural vegetable-tanned leather molded into a subtle scoop, solid hardwood with machined grooves to hold your headphones in place, and stainless steel, combining beautifully for a sleek, layered look that complements your desk and your headphones. The Wood Headphone Stand stands at 9 inche...
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BANYAN DRIVE TREEHOUSE | ROCKEFELLER ARCHITECTS | Image

BANYAN DRIVE TREEHOUSE | ROCKEFELLER ARCHITECTS

Part office/studio, part recreational getaway, this unique project is located at the base of a large pine tree in the backyard of a  canyon residence.  The client is an artist and lover of nature so the Banyon Drive Treehouse, perched twelve feet off the ground, will serve as a creative respite from the demands of domestic responsibilities.Project Size: 170 s.f.  Rockefeller Architects...
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