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Vikfougere

Just two designs for you that I really like! This absolutely stunning Bench Rack by Vik & Fougere, I would love to see it in our home. (found via this nice blog: designspiration[sk] )

Peteoyler

and this Rip + Tatter Kid's Chair by Brooklyn based designer Pete Oyler. The chairs are sculpted by hammering out industrial cardboard and is 100% recyclable! Of course my big question is will they sit comfortably but I guess they do looking at the lovely child in the image. 

 

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  1. Dino

    Oh my gosh, the chairs are amazing although I too wonder about their usefulness/comfort level…

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  3. Ida

    thanks bloesem! you’re blog is great, I read it all the time, thanks for the link!


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