Posts tagged Furniture
Small Spaces: Furniture Solutions for Accessible Micro Dwellings (Part 2)

Corinne Gail Interior Design continues our look at the solutions and products that make it easier for Accessibility and Small Space Living to coexist.  Today, Part II of our collection of furniture solutions, this time with a focus on Entertaining and Sleeping.

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Small Spaces: Furniture Solutions for Accessible Micro Dwellings (Part I) #AgingInPlace

Do you remember our post this past week asking one very simple yet oh so complicated question? The team at Corinne Gail Interior Design has been hard at work researching the answers, putting together a virtual source book of solutions proving that, YES, accessibility and small spaces can co-exist.  Starting with today's post - furniture solutions for Work and Storage - through next week we'll be publishing a series of posts highlighting the direct solutions that make Aging-In-Place possible with limited square footage.

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Rocking Horses for the Discerning Modern Child

Today's smaller spaces and multi-use, decorated interiors have meant that where once there was a back hall or attic playroom, there is now the shared family room.  Children are seen and they're certainly heard.  But in modern, minimal interiors the ornate design of Victorian rocking horses are, quite simply, out of place. Luckily, as the tastes of parents have evolved so has the response of children's furniture designers around the world, bringing to market horses befitting of the most minimal of interiors.  And, of course, befitting the discerning tastes of modern little ones.

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Spotlight: Phloem Studio

Contemporary Furniture Collaborations by Benjamin Klebba

With its foundation deeply rooted in past experiences, in the influences of friends and family, and Klebba's own professional journey (he found his starts in Chicago crafting luthier acoustic guitars), the catalog of works that define Phloem Studio remain the epitome of timeless, refusing to be defined by any one trend or fad.  The ability to transcend popular styles and the ever changing tastes of the elevated consumer is becoming ever so rare in our disposable marketplace.

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