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TON Chair 77 - Black
$99

With its Chair 77, TON updates an original design by legendary Czech furniture maker Michael Thonet, who began producing his iconic bentwood chairs in 1861. Using steam-bending techniques invented by Thonet, TON's expert craftsmen render European solid beech wood and beech plywood into a chair with timeless appeal. Chair 77 is characterized by its pairing of straight lines and gentle curves--the slim rectangular backrest is curved to welcome a sitter's back, and the chair's legs display a subtle flare. Underneath the seat, a manually bent rod mirrors the outline of the seat for an extra visual detail. The result is a well-composed chair that can be used at a dining table, desk, or as extra seating.

Stir Office Desk in Oak
$155

Just the right amount of activity complements the aesthetically calming Stir desk. Complete with easy-glide right and left storage drawers, a center cubby, and powder coated white steel A-frame legs, Stir is a compact piece that carries big rewards. Fully

Espresso Oliver Rolling Cart
$100

Keep life's little necessities at your fingertips with our Espresso Oliver Rolling Cart. This retro-inspired cart features mesh baskets for easy-to-see storage and double casters to roll it where you want it.

Horizon Task Light
$399

Designed by Peter Stathis and Michael McCoy for Humanscale, the Horizon light is a visually striking task lamp that is comprised of simple shapesa rectangle and a circlethat give it a minimal and modern design sensibility. The first task light to use Thin Film Technologya series of high-intensity LED lights surrounding several layers of polycarbonate and optical filmsthe lamp produces an ultrathin, glare-free pane of light. The warm yet direct diffusion of light is ideal for workspaces, and the Horizon light has a built-in dimmer that provides adjustable levels of illumination and energy saving properties. The Horizon light has two spherical jointsone at the base and one at the headthat makes adjusting and redirecting light an effortless endeavor.

Curiosity by Jon Bertelli Framed Wall Art
$102

Can you figure out what the feline in Curiosity by Jon Bertelli Framed Wall Art is after? This time, curiosity only captured the cat. Jon Bertelli subtly shows us the essence of the cat: curious, mischievous, and cute. The black cat here appears to peer in on you, wondering just what you're up to in there. If you've ever had a cat, you know that this photo is spot-on accurate in displaying feline behavior. The black and white coloration of this simple, yet inspired photo will fit virtually any existing décor.Animal lovers and photo-philes alike can appreciate the work of Bertelli.

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