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FLAT VERNACULAR

PATTERN IS EVERYWHERE.

Introducing our first furniture collaboration: The Token Sideboard.
TOKEN and Flat Vernacular have found common ground in more than just sharing a borough of New York City. Both companies have an appreciation for thoughtful design, impeccable craftsmanship and a seemingly not so obvious similarity, the use of pattern as an important and integral component to their practice. Upon finding this fertile ground both companies agreed to use a TOKEN Sideboard to lay the foundation for an ongoing collaboration that aims to explore the rich tradition of intersections between furniture design and the graphic arts. On the outside this first offering maintains a calculated approach by using Flat Vernaculars “Wave” pattern to complement and enhance the natural grain of the wood. Hidden within the cabinet doors, vibrant color and frenetic pattern await. Once opened the pattern pours out, challenging the clean lines and subtle pallet of the exterior. The result is dynamic and quiet as well as bold and playful.
The TOKEN Sideboard, like all items in the TOKENnyc collection, is designed developed, handmade, hand printed and finished in Brooklyn, NY

Introducing our first furniture collaboration: The Token Sideboard.

TOKEN and Flat Vernacular have found common ground in more than just sharing a borough of New York City. Both companies have an appreciation for thoughtful design, impeccable craftsmanship and a seemingly not so obvious similarity, the use of pattern as an important and integral component to their practice. Upon finding this fertile ground both companies agreed to use a TOKEN Sideboard to lay the foundation for an ongoing collaboration that aims to explore the rich tradition of intersections between furniture design and the graphic arts. On the outside this first offering maintains a calculated approach by using Flat Vernaculars “Wave” pattern to complement and enhance the natural grain of the wood. Hidden within the cabinet doors, vibrant color and frenetic pattern await. Once opened the pattern pours out, challenging the clean lines and subtle pallet of the exterior. The result is dynamic and quiet as well as bold and playful.

The TOKEN Sideboard, like all items in the TOKENnyc collection, is designed developed, handmade, hand printed and finished in Brooklyn, NY

— 1 year ago with 3 notes
#icff 2012  #tokennyc  #pattern  #furniture  #contemporary 
FIELD WORK
Beautiful antique settee from our favorite architectural salvage place in Baltimore. Wish we could have purchased it, but it was expensive and only the cats would fit on it. The fabric is hand embroidered and seemed more new than the settee itself but still rather old. LOVELY! 

FIELD WORK

Beautiful antique settee from our favorite architectural salvage place in Baltimore. Wish we could have purchased it, but it was expensive and only the cats would fit on it. The fabric is hand embroidered and seemed more new than the settee itself but still rather old. LOVELY! 

— 2 years ago with 16 notes
#field work  #embroidery  #antique  #furniture  #baltimore