Turns out due to my Japanese Trash shop that I’ve been selected as a featured Great.ly tastemaker — and turns out I’m happy about that. So to celebrate, I’ve added three nifty new items to the store and wanted to be sure you know all about them. Drum roll please… here they are:
This handsome fella has seen action even before becoming your best chair. His seat and back are made from retired, double-jacketed fire hose. Pair that with the sleek lines of his steel and aluminum frame and you’ve got yourself a life-long companion. Order HERE.
This sturdy lamp is made from an off cut of Western Red Cedar previously destined for the landfill. The wood is carefully milled, shaped, sanded, and then finally finished with a natural protective oil. Each is wired with a custom fabric covered cord — choose between sky blue or cool grey — that has an on/off switch built in. Order HERE.
This archival print of an original painting by Illinois-based artist Jaime Derringer will make a bold statement in your space. It’s printed on 8.5″ x 11″ high-quality fine art paper with archival inks, so you know it’ll last a life time. Order HERE.
Oh, and just in case the good people at Great.ly have moved on to feature other tastemakers by the time you go browse the Japanese Trash shop, here’s a grab I did of their spotlight: