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Mid-Century Modern goes Green

Categories: Modern Decor + Objects, Sustainability

Intelligent. Attractive. Hand-produced. And did we mention harvested from sustainable forests? In fact, many of the pieces designed in Chicago's Ali Sandifer Studio are crafted using fallen trees from the local area. Specializing in casegoods, the collection avoids veneers and stains and instead builds exclusively with hardwoods that are finished with natural oils and water-based sealants.  The pieces have slender mid-century proportions and clever functional features.

The ZAIDE coffee table below, available in walnut, ash or rift white oak, offers a balanced three-legged wishbone base and exposed storage on all sides.

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My favorites, the SHEILA storage unit and the EDITH credenza (both below) juxtaposed your HD flat screen offer groovy statements.

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Pride of craftsmanship is certainly apparent in the HEIS desk (below), computer-ready and equipped with sleek side storage bins! Check out www.alisandifer.com for the complete collection and custom work options.
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One Comment to "Mid-Century Modern goes Green"

  1. Very nice table. Beautiful and practical.

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