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Spring Sale | Up to 15% Off Top Brands

by DAnny Robertson

Celebrate Spring With Up To 15% Off!    Skagerak 15% off through May 20th   Save 10% on almost everything else through May 31st with code HOME at checkout.   *Brands that are already marked down are not eligible for additional discounts. *Some brands are excluded from additional discounts, including: Gus Modern, Another Country & Kalon Studios.

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Discover Four Hands Furniture

by DAnny Robertson

  Four Hands is  a company bursting with creativity, constantly releasing new trend setting pieces that pair well with pretty much any space. The design team is versatile, creating Four hands furniture, lighting and decor that fits into any setting, whether it’s Scandinavian modern, industrial modern or traditional.  Their goal is to “Furnish Style” and they do so in spades. They’re a team devoted to experimentation, tinkering and finding new and old pieces to inspire fresh ideas.  The popular Austin Texas company has been in business for over 17 years, but has experienced massive growth lately, surpassing $200M / year in revenue and expansion of their headquarters.  They’ve built their name and reputation for producing high quality stylish furniture for the wholesale market, for both big name brands and small retailers alike. Four Hands isn’t a company that’s here one season and gone the next, they understand the changing nature...

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ferm living herman chairs & stools

by Summer Robertson

I get excited to see a whole collection come together & am especially loving the Herman collection of Scandinavian chairs, lounge chairs & bar stools. Available in several colorways, but isn't the black just striking? The Herman Collection is designed by Herman Studio for Ferm Living, available in the shop.

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The Philosophy Behind Slow Spaces

by Danny Robertson

Slow living is a philosophy that has been discussed a lot in recent years. Slow living is a lifestyle with a focus on slower approaches to normal routines and aspects of everyday life.  This philosophy has influenced many designers working today with an emphasis on creating "slow spaces". A slow space puts more emphasis on space rather than form. Like bodies, buildings have systems, bones, and skin. Interior decoration is equivalent to clothing; it is mutable and fashionable. The inside space represents the soul. It is the abstract feeling that is difficult to describe or photograph. Slowness is required to experience space. It is not promptly consumed, but once it is absorbed it is not easy to forget. The approach of "less is better" was championed by Dieter Rams, one of the designers for Braun, in the latter part of the 20th century; and it’s all the more potent today. The problems of over-consumption, stress, exploitation, and...

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