Joanna Linberg

photo courtesy of Housefish

We’re making progress on the 2015 Sunset Idea House in Denver--I'm heading there next week to check it out. Each time we go, it seems another furniture maker pops up (does everyone in this city know how to use a block plane?). One to note: Scott Bennett of Housefish. His line of modular pieces made from sustainably-harvested USA wood is headlined by the Lock Chair, a seat with no-brainer assembly—just click the “locking notch” into place and screw it together to secure.

A few others I've spotted and like:

Double Butter: Modern furniture with a pleasing mix of metal and wood. You'll see them in the house!

Sjotime Industries: Combining high-tech help to create hand-crafted pieces. Gorgeous.

Azure: Understated case goods where the raw wood grain shines.

Studio Como: A wide range of mid-century inspired pieces, including upholstery.

 

 

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