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www.eurway.com
www.modernfurnituredecor.com
www.interiorexpress.com
www.loungefurniture.com
www.neointeriors.com
www.theodores.com
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http://www.ochre.net/ (cool horsehair and horn chandelier)
http://www.blackorchidinteriors.co.uk/shop.asp (great pieces. I love their coffee tables)
http://www.scienceandsons.com/
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this is a good list. the rest of the sites other than wright20 are boring copies of good design. the master list would be www.architonic.com I can especially recommend themagazine and retromodern as I have bought several things from them and the service is very good.
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Great sites, LS.
Got anymore?
www.designboom.com is interesting
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I can especially recommend themagazine and retromodern as I have bought several things from them and the service is very good.

Good to hear -- my brother runs the e-commerce side of retromodern. Unica Home is obviously one of their big competitors, but they also provide very good service. The couple that owns the company is quite nice, and they have a good eye for interesting designs.
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Also in Chicago you have CB2:

http://www.cb2.com

this may well be my next bed - thanks for the links.

just moved somewhere much bigger - and in a typical matt wheelin-n-dealin-goes wrong, find myself having to furniture-up pretty fast. I think I can get some dude on a street corner with an oxywelder to make this for me in an hour
post #29 of 67
http://www.greendesigns.com/

Also, emphasis is more 'classic', but w/ some nice 'modern' pieces:

http://www.thomasmoser.com/
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