These items are oldies but goldies.
The pair of early-20th-century turtle-back lantern sconces that hung on their back wall were like something out of a refined version of Mad Max post-punk with a heavy dose of historical rigor.
Folding and Drop-Leaf Tables
These painted pine tables were made in 1906 by Alfred Grenander for his own summer home in Sweden, and are perfectly suited to serve as sofa tables.
Quirky Hooked Rugs
The fun thing about these is that they work just as easily on the wall as on the floor.
Everything Josef Hoffmann
The Austrian architect was part of the Wiener Werkstätte movement.
Trompe l’Oeil Paint Jobs
These faux painted tables and chests of drawers are from 18th and 19th century.
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