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naughtone Polly chair www.naughtone.com #Grey #Yellow #Pink #Blue #Black #White #Chair #Furniture #Design #Product #interiors #office #contract #commercial #designideas #architecture

This website has furniture and accessories made from airplanes! Would be fun for Owen's room, if it was affordable.

This website has furniture and accessories made from airplanes! Would be fun for Owen's room, if it was affordable.

George Nelson rosewood and painted metal miniature six-drawer jewelry chest on stand. Image courtesy of Bonhams.com

George Nelson rosewood and painted metal miniature six-drawer jewelry chest on stand. Image courtesy of Bonhams.com

Reclaimed wood, a full bar and wall text-as-decals for a space that runs between fun and sophisticated. Check out StellaService's office in the slideshow and see how our designer Lorenzo transformed the gut renovation into a place for hosting high-end clients.

Reclaimed wood, a full bar and wall text-as-decals for a space that runs between fun and sophisticated. Check out StellaService's office in the slideshow and see how our designer Lorenzo transformed the gut renovation into a place for hosting high-end clients.

Business Table, Upcycling Boeing 747, Design, Luxury   http://www.luxusextrem.de/2014/10/luxus-konferenztisch-aus-jumbo-jet-boeing-747-turbine/

Business Table, Upcycling Boeing 747, Design, Luxury http://www.luxusextrem.de/2014/10/luxus-konferenztisch-aus-jumbo-jet-boeing-747-turbine/

The mostly granite facade of Gensler’s Washington, D.C., headquarters was replaced with glass, creating an openness that lets passersby see designers at work and allows Gensler’s staff to connect to life on the street. (Michael Moran)

The mostly granite facade of Gensler’s Washington, D.C., headquarters was replaced with glass, creating an openness that lets passersby see designers at work and allows Gensler’s staff to connect to life on the street. (Michael Moran)