• Double Butter
    @double_butter
    DoubleButter is the furniture design and manufacturing company of David Larabee and Dexter Thornton. We’re based in Denver, Colorado. Our products are made entirely in Denver and can be ordered directly from this site or by calling us (303-246-5759). We try to keep all pieces in our production line in stock and usually ship within 10 days of receiving an order. Shipping costs to any destination in the continental US will be displayed in the checkout process. Delivery in the Denver metro area is free. Call for shipping rates to other destinations. Pieces in our back catalog are made to order and will ship within 8-10 weeks. All pieces in our back catalog can be customized to meet specific needs. Call or e-mail us to talk through a custom order request. ABOUT THE MATERIALSOur production case goods and dining tables are available in either solid American black walnut or in forming plywood. The black walnut is always domestically sourced. The insides of our solid walnut pieces are finished with natural shellac and the outsides with a natural linseed oil and pine-resin varnish blend. The forming plywood is a typical spruce/pine/fir plywood with a classic-looking edge. The faces of the plywood are coated with a phenolic resin (like Richlite countertops) that is extremely water resistant. The plywood is normally used and re-used to make concrete forms, hence the name and the hardy coating. We get it from a forming-supply yard down the street from our shop. That company’s logo is printed on one side of each sheet and for standard orders we orient the sheets so the logo is on the inside or underside of the piece. However, on request we’ll flip it and face the logo out. Just call and ask. Our drawer boxes are made from BBB birch plywood, finished with natural shellac. The Roadrunner side chair in wood is available in either solid walnut finished with the oil and varnish blend or in medium density fiberboard (MDF) finished the same way. The aluminum pulls and steel legs of our case goods and our line of steel chairs, benches and stools are powder-coated, a zero-VOC process that is hard wearing and water resistant. We offer 4 standard colors: blue (RAL 6034), green (RAL 6019), cream (RAL 1013) and gray (RAL 7043). Our line of powder-coated steel seating is uphostered with either brown or black cowhide. The upholstery is affixed with velcro and is thus removable and interchangeable.
  • Savoy Double Bay Hotel Pty. Ltd.
    @savoydoublebayhotelptyltd
    The Savoy Hotel, with 40 rooms, is in Knox Street, the heart of Double Bay Sydney. We are a small, tranquil oasis and we believe, the best value small hotel in Sydney. Telephone : 02 9326 1411 Email : info@savoyhotel.com.au Address : 41-45 Knox Street,Double Bay,Sydney,NSW 2028 Website : http://www.savoyhotel.com.au
  • Foamit
    @foamit
    Foamit offers you an attic insulation that will cut down the heat loss at your home. They have products in which you can add double glazed windows and it cuts down the amount of draft in the house. They also have a variety of insulations available that are usually aluminum foils backed with several materials such as polythene bubbles or cardboard. They have a lot of reflective systems available, and they all work on the basis of reflecting heat back into the house. They provide attic insulation services in Toronto, Mississauga, and Oakville and throughout southern Ontario. Visit them at 7310 Torbram Rd. unit 1C, Mississauga, Ontario, L4T 3X2, Canada. You can also call them at 416-893-8712. For further information do check their website at http://www.foamit.ca/services/attic-insulation/ or email them at info@foamit.ca. for queries or transactions.
  • J Schatz
    @jschatzstudio
    J Schatz products, are handmade exclusively in Rhode Island. Working in a historic mill building in Providence that is our studio, Jim, Peter, and the team take inspired ideas and create ceramic ware that is molded, pierced, scratched, carved, drilled, glazed and fired into beautifully finished products. Each J Schatz product leaves our studio wonder-certified - created to inspire a lifetime of happiness.
  • Emily Borchers
    @emilyborchers
    Minimal art and architecture enthusiast, blush pink, old fashioned glazed donuts, avid DIYer
  • VesseL USA Inc.
    @vesselusainc
    VesseL USA, Inc. was founded in 1998 to revive the planters and ceramic designs of the Architectural Pottery Collection, a Los Angeles company founded in 1950 by Max and Rita Lawrence. Today, VesseL USA, Inc. continues to produce modern planters and containers, ceramic sculpture, and garden accessories from its studio in San Diego, California. Many design aficionados embrace these classic icons as well as limited new additions. From materials and specifications to glazes and firing techniques, each piece is handcrafted with passion and integrity.
  • Iain Aitch
    @iain_aitch
    Dwell's London editor was happy to hop on his favorite bus(route number 19) for the short ride from his home to the front door of the diminutive Front to Back House. Besides its convenience, he enjoyed alighting to the upper level of the double-decker to practice the fine art of people watching. He has just completed his second book on Britain–aptly titles Turned Out Nice Again–which will be published by Collins in the UK in May.
  • LUX / EROS
    @rosalinddean4089
    LUX / EROS is an emerging, luxury lifestyle brand founded by artist Desa Fasiska. With an edgy, yet chic look, the LUX / EROS collection is fashion-forward and suits as array of design tastes . All LUX / EROS products are hand-thrown, hand-painted and hand-glazed, ensuring that each piece is one-of-a-kind.
  • Beehouse
    @beehouse
    Bee House produces durable and functional teapots in a wide range of colors and glazes. All Bee House products are made in Japan by Zero, Japan's leading manufacturer of teapots and tableware. The Bee House products are lead free, microwaveable and dishwasher safe. Each teapot comes with a removable stainless steel infuser and lid so you can use regular teabags or insert the stainless steel infuser to brew loose tea.
  • The Manhattan Transformation
    @the_manhattan_transformation
    In retail as in real estate, its all about location. For American Apparel honcho Michael Pozner, the only place to work is at home. Making a tiny New York city apartment double as his office, it turns out, was no small feat.
  • J Schatz
    @jschatz
    J Schatz is the upstate New York based design company formed by Jim Schatz. J Schatz products are made in-house of stoneware, creating ceramic ware that is molded, pierced, scratched, carved, drilled, glazed, and fired into beautifully finished products. The firm makes birdfeeders, bird houses, lamps, and decorative items, frequently playing on bird and egg themes.