VivaTerra Gustavian Vintage Bed
About 250 years ago, Sweden's King Gustav visited France and returned with a passion for ornate French neoclassical design. Swedish woodworkers tossed out the frou-frou but wisely kept the striking and unusual arched, scalloped furniture silhouettes. Our reclaimed Douglas fir Gustavian headboard adds a contemporary green twist and honors the character of the rare first-growth fir used in its construction. Up to a century old, the rich hue, deep patina and tight grain of the wood-from razed buildings-simply cannot be duplicated in new timber. Our bed is hand-planed to smooth its finish while preserving the distinctive textural appeal of the fir's knots, nail holes and weathering scars. Its light water-based stain, and hard oil wax, both eco-friendly, highlight the fir's singular beauty.
Hand-carved from renewable mango, these classic latticework folding tables, in three heights, can be grouped or used individually to hold flower vases, display objets, or position a lamp beside a chair or sofa.
These are pretty rad. They look like giant stones, but they're actually felt-wrapped cushions. I like.
Modern, earth-friendly take on the traditional starburst mirror.