Monday, August 11, 2008

Knock on Wood

Michael from A Continuous Lean recently introduced me to the reincarnated furniture, textile and home line, Nightwood. All of the pieces are constructed from salvaged wood and furniture, and the fabrics are either sustainable organic or recycled vintage. Each is literally one of a kind.


Myriah Scruggs and Nadia Yaron started Nightwood out of necessity and a lack of affordable well designed options in the market. Cabinets, desks and shelves start at $150, upholstered chairs between $150-300, and cushions and linens from $20-80. Custom orders are also accepted.


If you live near NYC, you can find their wares every other week at the Brooklyn Flea or stay tuned for their opening in a tiny gallery storefront in South Williamsburg.

6 comments:

please sir said...

I love this - makes me very excited!

Sara Christine said...

Reason number twelve million and ten why I miss living in New York! LOVE LOVE LOVE!

little miss said...

Hot dang missy - these are the loveliest! Making a mental note to find them when I drag my sister housewares shopping at the end of the month, and had been contemplating making a stop at the flea market!

Stephanie said...

adore adore adore - each new piece i see makes me flip out a little bit more. i wish i could work for them - what a job, finding the beauty in cast off things and sending them to new homes to be loved.

Emma @ White and Wander said...

Stunning! I miss my staple gun so much - I might get it sent over just so I can attempt to knock a few things together ... these are the most perfect pieces of furniture ever - great find my dear xx

Jennifer Ramos said...

WOW, WHY do i LOVE , LOVE, LOVE THIS place so much? !?

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