December 2, 2011

LOVE the new McGuire look.  it’s a little 50’s teak, a little retro danish modern, and a dash minimal with the warmth of wood.  The Slatted Walnut Chair is composed of solid walnut, a material chosen for its beauty, strength and resilience. The precise nature of the slatted style demands a high level of craftsmanship: the slats and joints are mortise and tenon construction, and the components have been carefully selected and placed so that the wood grain is positioned to maximize compression and tensile strength. A rich satin finish reveals the character and beauty of the wood. A testament to the fact that sometimes the simplest of forms can be the most difficult to execute, this chair is poised, with fluid lines and impeccable construction.  This item is available for purchase online in select configurations at

Constructed of American Black Walnut solids and veneers, the Seido Walnut Arm and Side Chairs are sexy and sleek.  The wood is selected a year in advance and kiln dried to maintain optimum moisture levels and the Danish cord is woven to create a natural and clean-lined seat; this rich material is chosen for its durability and warm color that accentuates the high and low tones of the walnut frame. Thoughtfully scaled for a kitchen environment and good looking enough for a modern dining room,  these chairs put the sex in sexy.  WANT.

The striking form of the Tensai Walnut Counter Stool was designed to capture the essence of a beautiful basic, while the selection of the wood choice and meaningful details reveal the thoughtfulness of the design; the simplicity of design is enhanced by the quality and craftsmanship. Available in a Satin Walnut finish with a stationary seat there really isn’t anything “basic” about these beautiful stools.


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