La Petite Rosé
A refined Bar Stool for the modern minimalist. The frame is a achieved by bending 3/8″ steel, limiting the number of joints and creating fine uninterrupted lines. The stool is then refined with a gentle copper coating adding to it’s delicate appearance. The seat is created in a similar manner, using one continuous loop, the intention being to simulate a piece of fabric draped across the frame.
Dimensions of Work in inches: 16.5″ deep x 16″ wide x 33″ high (back) x 27″ high (seat)
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I love the versatility of these tiny stools / stacked storage units by Dutch designer Rianne Koens. The round corners and soft pastel colours make them great for so many applications and when they are stacked they look just like a large luggage tower!
I can’t get enough of these playful shelving units from Mattermade. I would love to have a few in our studio!
Our latest addition to the Drake General Store chair series! This one is available at the Rosedale Drake Hotel General Store and is a 1963 mid century frame, wide-weave linen with black stripe detail sitting on a white powder coated base.
We were in love with this piece from the very minute that we saw it…even before it was cleaned and upholstered. 1960s knoll, to die for!!
One800 Gallery on Dundas Street West launches the Wharf chair in their latest exhibit “The Shape of Things”. Designed by ThrasherMilne the chair is constructed of century old reclaimed wood from Toronto’s wharf. The show also features the beautiful work of Bruno Billio, Hugh Bissett, Commute Home, George Whiteside and Harley Valentine and is on until March 14th.
What an opportunity it was to participate in Toronto’s 2010 Interior Design Show ERA rug exhibit alongside nine very talented Canadian artists. Each of the ten winning rugs were put up for silent auction this weekend at the show with the money raised going to charity!
Our rug titled “Bone” was designed to capture the small details in nature and combine them with fine art. This piece originated as an animal tusk that was professionally photographed. The photograph then stripped down by layer with new colour, modern accents and a whole lot of love added. We had a wonderful time creating this piece…..A special thank you to the Modern Weave team, photographer Harley Valentine and IDS2010.
The Hudson chair as part of our new Northern Exposure Blanket Collection is made of the real canadian stuff. Constructed from a circa 1950′s office chair, the Hudson is upholstered in the cozy and traditional black and red Hudson’s Bay Company blanket. The design features the bold black stripe down the center of the chair as well as the original logo tag on the bottom right hand corner. The chair is displayed at the Drake General Store and is available for purchase.