I am interested in a kind of mid-century modernism that also has an element of arts & crafts to it; Urban Rustic in the parlance of the Mission School, exhibiting a Californian craftsmanship both contemporary yet home-spun in tandem. As i shopped for a few new pieces of furniture recently, my attention was drawn toward minimal lines with a human touch. I found that combination in the Tendy Chair. It combines the essentials of form as well as function in a contemporary, singular, and beautiful object. It is also very comfortable which is the bottom line in home furnishings no matter how lovely something looks.
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