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April 15, 2013
Whether faux or for real, sheepskin and fur are modernists’ favorite fuzzy accessories.
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  Sheepskin rugs set off Herman Miller’s Nelson Coconut Lounge chairs’ sleek shape perfectly.

    Sheepskin rugs set off Herman Miller’s Nelson Coconut Lounge chairs’ sleek shape perfectly.

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   Dutch felt artist, Paula Leen filled her home in the Netherlands with an assortment of objects and textures, including sheep’s wool, an antique French farmhouse table, salvaged chairs, a Glo-Ball light by Jasper Morrison for Flos, and an Axel leather sofa by Gijs Papavoine for Montis.Photo by: Hotze Eisma   Photo by Hotze Eisma. Courtesy of all copyrights Hotze Eisma.

     

    Dutch felt artist, Paula Leen filled her home in the Netherlands with an assortment of objects and textures, including sheep’s wool, an antique French farmhouse table, salvaged chairs, a Glo-Ball light by Jasper Morrison for Flos, and an Axel leather sofa by Gijs Papavoine for Montis.
    Photo by: Hotze Eisma
     
    Photo by Hotze Eisma. Courtesy of all copyrights Hotze Eisma.
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  "We got these Bertoia chairs for practically nothing from an auction held at a barn in the Catskills," says Sophie Demenge, cofounder of infant brand Oeuf. "We were the only ones bidding on them." See more of her kid-friendly home in Brooklyn.

    "We got these Bertoia chairs for practically nothing from an auction held at a barn in the Catskills," says Sophie Demenge, cofounder of infant brand Oeuf. "We were the only ones bidding on them." See more of her kid-friendly home in Brooklyn.

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   Interior designer Barbara Hill kicks back in a Hans Wegner chair topped with a shaggy longhair sheep throw in her Marfa, Texas, abode.Photo by: Misty Keasler  Photo by Misty Keasler.

     

    Interior designer Barbara Hill kicks back in a Hans Wegner chair topped with a shaggy longhair sheep throw in her Marfa, Texas, abode.
    Photo by: Misty Keasler
    Photo by Misty Keasler.
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  Warren Platner designed his own house in Guilford, Connecticut, in 1970, as a set of pavilions centered on a great room. At the center of the great room was a fur-covered sofa surrounded by more furniture, in tones of taupe and tan, of Platner’s own design.

    Warren Platner designed his own house in Guilford, Connecticut, in 1970, as a set of pavilions centered on a great room. At the center of the great room was a fur-covered sofa surrounded by more furniture, in tones of taupe and tan, of Platner’s own design.

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Sheepskin rugs set off Herman Miller’s Nelson Coconut Lounge chairs’ sleek shape perfectly.

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