Craftspeople will never deny the simple beauty of milled wood, but we've noticed a spate of vivid hues popping up against these natural grains.
Mother Nature’s finest beech meets man-made plastic in this stackable seat that makes the most of both materials’ properties.
Jonah Takagi translated his experience in set design to this industrial product; the “bounce” in question is a reflection and diffusion technique used for filming.
Endy’s boldly colored surfaces nod to the most sensitive part of a plank—–the raw, cut edge—–which is painted at the sawmill and, more often than not, discarded.
From the front, this dresser gives just a hint of its true color. The painted portion—–nontoxic and low VOC, natch—–wraps around the entire exterior of the piece.