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Explore - Walnut

  1. A Custom Walnut Stair and Slide Hybrid in Chicago
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    A Custom Walnut Stair and Slide Hybrid in Chicago

    In the Windy City, a custom walnut slide offers a playful way for a small family of four to glide down to the basement.

    written by: Diana Budds
    photos by: Katrina Wittkamp
    01.29.14

  2. Material Focus: Custom Walnut Designs
    Houses We Love

    Material Focus: Custom Walnut Designs

    From a warm slab countertop to a modern dining table and chairs, we love homes that customize their interiors with walnut accents.

    written by: Jami Smith
    11.26.13

  3. Reinventing a Traditional Edwardian near Lake Ontario
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    Reinventing a Traditional Edwardian near Lake Ontario

    When a family couldn’t part with a traditional Edwardian, their architect introduced a world of design inspiration instead.

    written by: Diana Budds
    photos by: Shai Gil
    11.05.13

  4. Modern Angular Rural Family Home in Canada
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    Modern Angular Rural Family Home in Canada

    Surrounded on all sides by a sweeping Canadian hayfield, the 23.2 House is an angular ode to rural life. Out of “respect for the beams and their history,” Designer Omer Arbel insisted...

    written by: Jordan Kushins
    photos by: Jason Schmidt
    04.26.11

  5. Grass-Seated Chairs

    Grass-Seated Chairs

    A set of eight circa-1941 dining chairs by George Nakashima, constructed of one of his favorite materials, black walnut; each is complemented by a seagrass-covered seat.

    $7000.00

  6. Nakashima Single Pedestal Desk

    Nakashima Single Pedestal Desk

    This solid walnut piece features a stout pedestal with three drawers with inset handles; Nakashima designed it to be positioned on either the left or the right, depending on the user's need. The...

    $22000.00

  7. Urban Usonian
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    Urban Usonian

    It might have seemed like an oxymoron to Frank Lloyd Wright, but it’s a reality in this Boston photographer’s flat, designed to fit into a preexisting 1,500-square-foot space.

    written by: Sam Grawe
    photos by: Kent Dayton
    08.03.09

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