Jan 29, 2013
Urban Wood Goods
By Alice Oglethorpe
Take 100-year-old wood beams salvaged from torn-down barns and churches, mix in modern and industrial design, and add a lot of elbow grease—and you’ll get the furniture created by Chicago’s Urban Wood Goods. The pieces are entirely customizable—pick the type of furniture (bench, desk, table, bar stool, etc.), the size, and what kind of base you want. Then let the artisans at Urban Wood Goods take it from there.
Posted Jan. 29, 2013, | Back to all posts
Domestica is an online extension of the inspiration, advice, and scoop that the Chicago Home + Garden minimag provides four times a year inside Chicago magazine. Here, Chicago magazine style and Home + Garden editor Gina Bazer (left) and contributing blogger Alice Oglethorpe (right), along with guest bloggers, dish on home design trends, discuss design obsessions and dilemmas, share spaces they love, and bring you the latest local design news, from sales to events.
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