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Damn love watching your work evolve SG.
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Thank you!
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Could use some second thoughts.
Thinking of getting this for my living room, but in a tan leather rather than black.
Yay or nay?
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Looks comfortable and I like the design. Would need to see it in tan. Who makes it?
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Can't say I love this shade of tan:



Feel like it would be better if it shifted a little more towards bourbon, but that's probably not what the designers were going for.
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Yeah, the tan makes the whole thing look a bit washed out/monochromatic.
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It is weird to me that the straps look a little darker than the leather.
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Can't say I love this shade of tan:



Feel like it would be better if it shifted a little more towards bourbon, but that's probably not what the designers were going for.

I agree. If it's a natural leather with little to no coating it may darken quickly.
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Looks comfortable and I like the design. Would need to see it in tan. Who makes it?

It's made by the Swedish company Norrgavel, I think it's only sold in Sweden and Norway?
The workshop where they make them is about a 1,5 hour car ride away from where I live.
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Can't say I love this shade of tan:



Feel like it would be better if it shifted a little more towards bourbon, but that's probably not what the designers were going for.

It looked a lot better in the store against a more natural background, rather than pure white.
My living room is painted in a muted gray/blue colour, so I feel that the black leather might be a bit too much.
Edited by Jakezero - 10/12/16 at 8:50am
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Photography can make a big difference with lighter shades like that. I wouldn't be surprised if it looks better in person.
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Feel like it would be better if it shifted a little more towards bourbon, but that's probably not what the designers were going for.

I agree. If it's a natural leather with little to no coating it may darken quickly.

The leather is vegetable tanned natural aniline, so it should darken quite quickly.
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Scandinavian auction. 

 

String dispenser.

 

 

lefty

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Im getting my first dog this weekend, does anyone have suggestions for dog beds n such that are design friendly ?
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Im getting my first dog this weekend, does anyone have suggestions for dog beds n such that are design friendly ?


Casper recently came out with a line of dog beds. Looks are simple, but the quality should be high.

https://casper.com/dog-beds
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Im getting my first dog this weekend, does anyone have suggestions for dog beds n such that are design friendly ?

http://dog-milk.com/

Really cool stuff there
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