Bulla, Tracy
March 2007
Furniture/Today;Spring2007 Supplement, Vol. 31, p32
Trade Publication
The article features Bohemian-inspired furniture and home furnishings from various designers and manufacturers. The Hunter sofa comes with cotton slipcovers and is designed by Danny Chartier from Montauk. Bjorn table lamps designed by Jonathan Adler have a polished nickel finish. A linen cabinet with stylized lattice motifs comes from Box Furniture.


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