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  • Jeup Furniture: Ripora Chair Jeup Furniture: Ripora Chair - Photo

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    • charlesyesuwan

      Now that Joseph Jeup owns some CNC (computerized numerically controlled) machines, he can think increasingly about making more of his sculptural furniture designs. Freed from all that hand-hewing, this master of veneers may now focus his attention even more closely on hand-wrought finishes. Successful mass-produced items must widely suit, and the low-slung angle and open back to the Riparo chair have been carefully engineered for the comfort of tall and small alike. In two wood species--Santos Rosewood and Walnut--and twelve finishes. Trade only.


  • Baker Furniture: Alexandre Stool Baker Furniture: Alexandre Stool - Photo

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      In Baker’s new Jacques Garcia Collection, created by the internationally renowned interior designer, all the pieces are classically designed (Garcia says he found inspiration in eighteenth- and nineteenth-century French furniture) yet possess a fashionable edge. One standout is this elegant stool, wrapped in leather, trimmed with French polished nail heads and available in three colors (red, black or brown).


  • Michael Charles - Designers of Custom Homes, Interiors and Furniture Michael Charles - Designers of Custom Homes, Interiors and Furniture - Photo

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      After years of working as a computer programmer in New York City, Michael Charles allowed his love of handcrafted furniture to change his life. In 1993, he packed up, moved to Lenox, MA, and taught himself how to make furniture using age-old joinery techniques, wide-board construction and wood-color-and-grain matching. His expertly crafted furniture is traditional by design, but all pieces are made to order and can be fully customized. Charles also accepts commissions.


  • Maine Cottage: Colorful, Contemporary Furniture and Home Furnishings Maine Cottage: Colorful, Contemporary Furniture and Home Furnishings - Photo

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      Sixteen years ago, Maine Cottage founders Peter and Carol Bass sensed a need in the marketplace for colorful well-made furniture. "Peter and Carol saw brightly painted furniture in magazines and figured out that those pieces were found objects painted for the photo shoots," says David Petersen, Maine Cottage’s VP and general manager. "There was no place to buy the pieces, so they set out to manufacture real furniture with simple architectural lines in fun colors." The Yarmouth, ME, company offers complete customization of its wooden pieces and 40 paint colors; they will also work with custom colors. All dimensions can be changed, and wooden accent pieces and knobs can be interchanged. Limited customization of colors and fabrics is available for their upholstered and wicker furniture. Maine Cottage furniture is sold through showrooms across the country.


  • Gus* Furniture Gus* Furniture - Photo

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    • charlesyesuwan

      The name might suggest a lumbering old fogey, but the British company Gus* Furniture designs and produces ultra modern lighting. These freestanding and ceiling-suspended pieces are encased in light-diffusing plastic, which transform the geometrc forms into glowing monoliths with a flick of the switch. Industrial-strength touches lend a bit of muscularity to the light-softened shapes.


  • Green Design Furniture Green Design Furniture - Photo

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    • fawnellis

      Designer Douglas Green creates “new furniture classics for the twenty-first century.” An inventor from a very young age, he founded Green Design Furniture Co. to continue the traditions of the Arts and Crafts movement. “Our woodworkers combine reverence for handwork with modern tools and technology,” he says. The firm produces fewer than 1,000 pieces of furniture per year, and the first 100 pieces of each new design are numbered and signed by Green and the craftsperson who made them. The company’s newest item is a cherry cabinet especially designed to hold thin-profile televisions such as flat-screens and plasmas. Furniture is sold directly from the Maine showroom or online.


  • Heltzer Furniture Heltzer Furniture - Photo

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      It would be a challenge to find a man who has more fun than Mike Heltzer. He makes elegant, award-winning furniture, lives and works in a renovated boatyard along the Chicago River, and restores and redesigns yachts. "It’s hard to believe how unconventional my life is now, considering I was originally an attorney with a big Chicago law firm," he laughs. Heltzer Furniture marries modern technology and hand-crafting in designs that integrate metals, textiles, stone and wood. Each piece is finished to enhance, both aesthetically and structurally, its natural characteristics. Collections are available through interior designers and architects.


  • Rustic Furniture Rustic Furniture - Photo

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      Diane Ross’s voice lilts when she talks about her life on a Montana ranch. "I climb trees, ride horses and build good furniture," she says. "I’m so lucky." Her business, Rustic Furniture, was launched when she needed money for college. After reading an article about bent willow chairs, she made some and then sold them at a crafts fair. She got her degree in range science and soil (she calls it "grass and dirt"), but it’s with her rustic wood furniture that she has made her mark. Except for pieces she crafts for juried shows such as the Western Design conferences, she works strictly on commission.


  • SILHO Furniture SILHO Furniture - Photo

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      Designers Michelle Johnson and Jason Martin admire the classicism of modern American furniture, but when they designed their own collection of chairs, tables and upholstered pieces, they combined that look with the simplicity of organic silhouettes. "We pared down American modern to its most basic form, or silhouette," explains Martin. "That’s why our company name is Silho Furniture." The light-as-air furnishings are sold exclusively through the firm’s Los Angeles showroom. The partnership also includes interior design and is sought after for custom furnishings.


  • Planet Furniture Planet Furniture - Photo

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      At Planet Furniture, designer Ross Longmuir both minds the shop and creates some of the striking pieces available for purchase. Longmuir’s streamlined chests, nightstands and stereo storage units are constructed of spotted gum, a local hardwood, that is peeled into 3-millimeter layers and crossbanded into boards. The technique combines the strength and weather-resistance of MDF but not its crumbly veneer; the resulting caramel-colored furniture is as sturdy as solid wood and will develop a rich patina over time. Planet Furniture lovingly showcases its wares with artwork, ceramics and even stuffed animals in studied vignettes.


  • Atmosphere Furniture Atmosphere Furniture - Photo

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      Atmosphere is one of the US firms that has its high-quality custom designs manufactured in Brazil; Shelly Baduay, who heads the Los Angeles–based company, calls it a symbiotic arrangement. “We work only with wood certified by the Brazilian government,” she says. “That means we never use any tree until it has completed its life cycle, and we’re proud to be able to produce 300 pieces of furniture from a single tree. It also means that it may well be five more years before we receive another such specimen of a particular tree.”


  • Sourcebook of Modern Furniture Sourcebook of Modern Furniture - Photo

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      By Jerryll Habegger and Joseph H. Osman W. W. Norton $89.95 Like the two previous editions, the latest <i>Sourcebook of Modern Furniture</i> by Jerryll Habegger and Joseph H. Osman is filled with all facets of technologically innovative furniture from Gebrüder Thonet to Zaha Hadid. But this third edition offers the splendid and lively allure of color images. As the saying goes, third time’s a charm. Each of the 2,000 images is categorized by furniture type, year (in chronological order), model name or number, designer(s), manufacturer, materials and dimensions. With little text and relatively no historical information, this book is a great quick source for design professionals, furniture buyers and consumers looking for their favorite innovative and modern pieces to complete their home or office décor.


  • The Furniture of Carlo Mollino The Furniture of Carlo Mollino - Photo

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      Carlo Mollino was one of the most inspired architects and designers of the 20th century, but never the subject of a solo monograph. Until now. The <i>Furniture of Carlo Mollino</i> features 400 sketches, drawings and photographs, many never before published. In the first of three sections, the authors examine influences on Mollino’s work: For example, he sidelined in aeronautics, automobile design, photography, set design and women’s fashion. Next, 150 glossy pages of lightly captioned images speak for themselves. A reference guide concludes with an extensive chronology of his interiors and furniture, as well as a bibliography for further exploration. Not for the lighthearted, this compre-hensive book is reserved for readers with a serious interest in the history of design and the making of a legend.


  • Circa Furniture Circa Furniture - Photo

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      Circa Furniture revamps motifs from the 1940s through the ’70s to create stunning wall imagery. Its newest wallpaper designs, including Hollywood Garden, Diva and Superstar (pictured here), aim for maximum glamour.


  • Rose Tarlow Furniture Rose Tarlow Furniture - Photo

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    • peterdunham

      Although I tend not to buy ready made furniture, Rose Tarlow has great ready made furniture. I love them!


  • Marmol Radziner Furniture Marmol Radziner Furniture - Photo

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    • laurasweet

      Marmol Radziner became known as some of the finest architects in California over the last few years. Restoring Neutra homes and the like. But many people don't know they also make stunning furniture, pre-fab homes and more. High-end but worth it. ps. I went to high school with Leo!


  • Scumble Goosie - ready to paint and bespoke furniture Scumble Goosie - ready to paint and bespoke furniture - Photo

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    • dioverton

      If painting your own furniture is your thing then this is the place to go. Scumble Goosie (don't ask me why) turns out the blanks for you to put your own signature on. Great idea. If you're not artistic they will paint them for you. I have this shelf unit in my cottage and it is beautifully made.


  • custom kitchens & furniture custom kitchens & furniture - Photo

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    • abh75

      the absolute coolest custom kitchens ever. clean modern design using the most beautiful woods & eco-materials found today. all of the drawer hardware is pneumatic making for a really satisfying open-close experience. gorgeous. master-crafted in seattle. hey guess what...they make furniture too.


  • Brazilian Furniture Brazilian Furniture - Photo

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      Brazil Baroque designs, manufactures and imports furniture made in Brazil. Our ever- changing inventory also features rare 18th and 19th century antiques and objet dártes. Professional ASID, NKBA and Design Consultants on staff are available to assist with your interior design needs.


  • 2001: Furniture 2001: Furniture - Photo

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    • brunurb

      We are in 21st century, there's no better excuse to buy 2001 space odyssey furniture, not to mention how good it looks.