New item-Ring table lights

New item!

I wanted to make something specifically for the Denver Modernism show which I am participating in September 11,12, and 13th. It is at the National Western Complex Expo Hall – Main Level   Exit I-70 on Brighton Blvd (just east of I-25). I think there will be a pleasant mix of booths showcasing people like me designing and making things in a modern style and also booths selling vintage "modern pieces".   These lights are part Art Deco, part fabulous fifties (and sixties), part Buck Rogers, and pretty cool on or off, in my opinion. Come on down and judge for...

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New item- Pierce side tables

New item!

One, well two, more variations on a three legged side table. Why 3 legs? Three legs ROCK!   Actually the three leg configuration doesn't rock at all, and that's a beautiful thing!  Three legs present a less cluttered and compelling visual package without sacrificing stability and is more interesting to look at at more angles. Also there is an actual rule (more of a "guideline" as Jack Sparrow would say) of three, that kind of says that things that come in three are more pleasing, etc. Anyway I have been experimenting with three legged table for a while now and this...

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We will be at Denver Modernism show Sept 11,12, &13, 2015

Where to see us

Chux Furniture Company will have a double booth at the Denver Modernism show on September 11, 12, and 13, 2015! Carol and I will be hosting a booth showcasing my current furniture and lighting offerings as well a some vintage Heywood-Wakefield pieces I refinished and anything else I come up with between now and then! It is the 10th annual show and should be a lot of fun: http://denvermodernism.com/   

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White "Strut coffee table" wins juror's choice award

Juror's choice award winner 2015 Fort Collins Artist's Studio Tour- Ghost table (holey)

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New item- the Red & Blue table light

NEW ITEM! I have been interested in the Dutch modern movement De Stijl for a long time, particularly the paintings of Piet Mondrian and the furniture and architecture of Gerrit Rietveld. Rietveld's furniture was revolutionary for it's time and striking in its three dimensional interpretation of principals of the De Stijl movement's two dimensional artwork. You can find examples of Rietveld's furniture in many books and museums, but not, I suspect in many homes due to it's rigid geometry and color schemes. It is my attempt, with this table light, to offer a compact and functional accent piece for any modern...

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