Friday, October 28, 2011

with winter right around the corner....this would be an amazing addition to any space.
check out this coffee table by karl springer for dunbar,  it looks so classy. i love how simple it is... the steel base with the orb in the center and the thick glass top make this a true beauty.

Sunday, October 23, 2011

Vintage toledo chairs from the 30's/40's. How adorable would these look in your back yard, or front patio.  i think a plant might like to hang out on one of these chairs as well.

Saturday, October 22, 2011

what a cute little table/shelf. made from all re-purposed steel with a nice green finish. it has multiple functions as a side table or a shelf to hold books and little trinkets. 

Friday, October 21, 2011

conveyor belt chandeliers? yep amazing chandeliers made from conveyor belts and re-purposed steel made right here in the USA.
somebody likes us in Japan! Japanese GQ listed us as one of  New York's go to shops, exciting...

Thursday, October 20, 2011

 beautiful antique glass vitrine, this would be an amazing display case.  a china case would be pretty amazing as well.

Friday, October 14, 2011

this is pretty beautiful, an antique iron coat rack with an umbrella stand. they definitely don't make them like they used to.
October 15th and 16th only! S&S has partnered with La Vie Ann Rose to bring you a highly curated selection of vintage designer clothing spanning 6 decades. Doors open 12:00 noon on Saturday! get here early to get the good stuff.

Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Ludwig Mies van der Rohein in 1929 created this beauty, it has just the right amount of wear.

Saturday, October 8, 2011

early 60's Borge Mogensen leather couch

Thursday, October 6, 2011

vintage jielde lamps!

steel and reclaimed wood side table or makes a great coffee table for those of you who have smaller spaces.
our new conveyor belt sconces, how great these are. In the bathroom or even above one of your favorite entry ways, they would make a nice addition to any home or
here we have an old machine base with the original paint and look at that blue. the top is an old growth chestnut taken from a naturally fallen tree. the bottom opens to a little section that once housed a little electric motor. this beauty could be called a console but i believe i would use it as a nice breakfast table or possibly a work table.
would you look at the brass fixtures on this pre-war piece, imagine this in your study or living room. i can’t get over the patina finish that gives it such nice character and that its literally been around for decades! A true 1930’s classic steel case. although its being put to use in our shop as a bookcase, i also see it as a nice display case to show off your collection of goods or treasures.
glass lamp shades, are definitely the way to go.