Where the heck is is the city cyclist supposed to store her bike in her small apartment? A new concept by the Chilean designer Manuel Rosell and the company Chol1 offers a deceptively simple answer: Why, in your furniture, of course.
Up in Michigan: three Midwest furniture makers conceive the offices of the future
In one way at least, the future of office design most closely resembles its past. For over a century, designers, carpenters, engineers, graphic designers and at least one sculptor, based in factories and studios in and around the otherwise perfectly unremarkable city of Grand Rapids, Michigan, have devised, produced and exported the environment in which many of us spend our daily lives.
Butte police blotter: $3,000 generator stolen; furniture proceeds to wrong person
A woman stopped by the Butte-Silver Bow police station at about 1:30 p.m. Monday to report that her handyman sold a table and four chairs to the person she was going to sell the items to, but disappeared with the money. The table and chairs were reportedly sold for $125.
Stylish & sustainable: Houston's top eco-friendly furniture stores offer trendy home comfort
A number of stores are doing their part to help Houstonians make stylish and sustainable decor choices for their homes. Ranging from eco-friendly custom-made furniture, fashionable vintage pieces or something crafted from reclaimed wood, here are some of the best sources for going green — while also staying on-trend — at home.
Stoney Creek Furniture wraps it up for families in need this Christmas
Stoney Creek Furniture made an $8,900 donation to Hamilton Food Share on Nov. 27 to assist families in need this Christmas.
The store raised the funds for food share on Nov. 18 through its Wrap it Up event. Hosted in partnership with co-sponsors McKeil Marine, 50 Point Market and Holland Park Garden Gallery, as well as a number of local artisans, designers and volunteers, the inaugural holiday extravaganza featured one-of-a-kind shopping, a Christmas tree silent auction, raffle prizes, food, and drew more than 200 people.