Recently, the fiancee and I have been working on constructing some of our own furniture – to save on the costs of buying the big box equivalents, or to fit a specific need – so I’ve been finding myself more and more drawn to hand-made furnishings.
The works of Malvini, which I found via the always wonderful desire to inspire, embody everything I love about great furniture: quality, vintage feel, industrial construction. Just check out some of these amazing pieces:
Loving these pieces from Zoe Murphy who combines reclaimed mid century furniture with fabulously bright textures and patterns.
These end tables are my favorite!
What I love best about this project is that, other than the acquisition of some butcher block, the cost comes in under $100 and everything can be purchased from your local big box hardware store.
I’m a sucker for anything that combines vintage industrial with natural elements. Which means I immediately fell in love with this DIY shelving unit from the couple behind Hindsvik.
Perhaps if we ask nicely they’ll put up some instructions for building something similar, although the design itself looks pretty easy to deconstruct.