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May 29, 2013
Steuart Padwick is having a bang-up year. “A couple of months ago I received a Design Guild Mark for my Horseshoe Chair,” says Padwick, “And I have just had a great time at Clerkenwell Design Week.” Earlier this year, YLiving became the first retailer stateside to carry Padwick’s charming, ethically-sourced and witty designs.
Legs Crossed Desk by Steuart Padwick

Steuart Padwick is having a bang-up year.  “A couple of months ago I received a Design Guild Mark for my Horseshoe Chair,” says Padwick, “And I have just had a great time at Clerkenwell Design Week.” Earlier this year, YLiving became the first retailer stateside to carry Padwick’s charming, ethically-sourced and witty designs. This crossed-leg desk is a perfect case-in-point.

Legs Crossed Desk, $1,235, available at YLiving.

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Sticks Coat Stand by Steuart Padwick

Padwick’s “playful nature” comes through in many of his creations, including the delightfully-named Chuckle Bin, or the Sticks Coat Stand.  “The designs have a warmth and humor that come through, but they are not comical or jokes,” notes Padwick. Indeed. Instead, they function beautifully at the intersection of elegance and liveliness.

Sticks Coat Stand, $446, available at Steuart Padwick.

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Darcey Dining Table by Steuart Padwick

Ethically-sourced materials are point of attention for Padwick in the construction process; shipping distance matters too. “We are starting to work with a Canadian company, Speke Klein,” he says, “so there is less traveling for North American sales.” He’s launching this collaboration with his extremely refined Darcey Dining Table; a gorgeous bit of furniture. 

Darcey Dining Table, $4,595, available at YLiving.

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Double Cross Table by Steuart Padwick

The Double Cross table offers a playful punch of color with sophisticated practicality. The ‘X’ base doubles up so the table can be easily made half the size. 

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Black and white portrait of furniture designer Steuart Padwick

British furniture designer Steuart Padwick.

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Legs Crossed Desk by Steuart Padwick

Steuart Padwick is having a bang-up year.  “A couple of months ago I received a Design Guild Mark for my Horseshoe Chair,” says Padwick, “And I have just had a great time at Clerkenwell Design Week.” Earlier this year, YLiving became the first retailer stateside to carry Padwick’s charming, ethically-sourced and witty designs. This crossed-leg desk is a perfect case-in-point.

Legs Crossed Desk, $1,235, available at YLiving.

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