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This week’s leftovers start in a forest north of Copenhagen with this terrific black cabin:

This black cabin tucked away in a forest north of Copenhagen looks so inviting. | japanesetrash.com


Then we’re off to the beach community of Encinitas, California for this lounge-y patio:

Loving the lounge-y feel of this patio. | japanesetrash.com


Followed by this loft space that seems to be where Scandinavia meets California:

How about this space? Scandinavia meets California here. | japanesetrash.com


A wonderful mix in this bedroom that includes a cool workspace:

Such a wonderful mix in this bedroom that includes a cool workspace. | japanesetrash.com


These leftovers end in Madrid, where we find this wonderful masculine apartment:

Just a glimpse of a wonderful masculine apartment in Madrid. | japanesetrash.com

When I found these images of this dramatic home designed by Michael Dawkins I knew I had to post them. These glimpses show a very refined and masculine dark space; let’s explore.

A wonderful gallery ledge along what appears to be the entry area. | japanesetrash.com

A wonderful gallery ledge along what appears to be the entry area.

Focus on a mysterious intersection. The dark floors are amazing. | japanesetrash.com

Focus on a mysterious intersection. The dark floors are amazing.

Nothing mysterious here, just more dark masculine glamour and a stunning view. | japanesetrash.com

Nothing mysterious here, just more dark masculine glamour and a stunning view.

This glimpse of bathroom makes me want to see so much more. | japanesetrash.com

This glimpse of bathroom makes me want to see so much more.

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:

The O-Type Chair:

I've added this handsome chair to my shop in celebration of being selected as a featured tastemaker. | japanesetrash.com

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.


Wood Table Lamp:

I've added this awesome lamp my shop in celebration of being selected as a featured tastemaker. | japanesetrash.com

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.


Abstract Print:

I've added this amazing abstract art print my shop in celebration of being selected as a featured tastemaker. | japanesetrash.com

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:

I'm happy to have been selected as a featured tastemaker. | japanesetrash.com

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