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Editor’s Pick: Milo Baughman Jr
Milo Baughman Jr was a Kansas born furniture designer born in 1923 who created some incredible pieces in the 40’s and 50’s — each one unique in its own right. Think geometric shelving or coffeetables in gold, brass, and glass
Take a ride by looking at Milo Baughman pieces discovered on eBay (seen above).

Editor’s Pick: Milo Baughman Jr

Milo Baughman Jr was a Kansas born furniture designer born in 1923 who created some incredible pieces in the 40’s and 50’s — each one unique in its own right. Think geometric shelving or coffeetables in gold, brass, and glass

Take a ride by looking at Milo Baughman pieces discovered on eBay (seen above).

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Vintage Elementary School Desk
Inspired by the old-school school desk we found sitting in Director Cheryl Dunn’s home in New York, we poked around eBay and found this personalized vintage jewel from the 1970’s. I think you can respectfully pinpoint the owners musical taste. Oh, high school! 
(Photo: Courtesy of eBay Seller Bosshog1962. Text: Jauretsi)

Vintage Elementary School Desk

Inspired by the old-school school desk we found sitting in Director Cheryl Dunn’s home in New York, we poked around eBay and found this personalized vintage jewel from the 1970’s. I think you can respectfully pinpoint the owners musical taste. Oh, high school! 

(Photo: Courtesy of eBay Seller Bosshog1962. Text: Jauretsi)

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Curator Corner: French Touch via Canada

This week, ebay Curator, Phoebe, tickles our sensibilities with the French-meets-Canadian spirit. All good vibes….”or perhaps ‘de bones vibes’ ” she writes referring to the integration of both French and Canadian styles in Montreal. “Put ’em together, and you get a home that’s a little bit North Country, a little bit ooh la la”.

Visit her selection of home goods at Maison Montreal. To follow the rest of Phoebe’s collections, visit Phoebe-OCC.

(Photo: Courtesy of eBay Sellers. Text: Jauretsi) 

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Editor’s Pick: Gold End Table
Strong, sharp, clean, and gold. What else do you need in your home to hold those 2 coffee table books in style?
eBay has this Safavieh Neil End Table available for a mere $115 (a few more are available for those craving a twin set). Purchase here.  
(Photo: eBay Seller Wayfair_llc. Text: Jauretsi) 

Editor’s Pick: Gold End Table

Strong, sharp, clean, and gold. What else do you need in your home to hold those 2 coffee table books in style?

eBay has this Safavieh Neil End Table available for a mere $115 (a few more are available for those craving a twin set). Purchase here.  

(Photo: eBay Seller Wayfair_llc. Text: Jauretsi) 

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For those of us enduring a hard winter, consider a thick blanket made of red textured yarn to cuddle on the couch. Take a page from this home in Spain by grabbing one on eBay now.

For those of us enduring a hard winter, consider a thick blanket made of red textured yarn to cuddle on the couch. Take a page from this home in Spain by grabbing one on eBay now.

(via notmybeautifulhome)

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Curator Corner: Wood Works

Get out of the big-box stores. It’s time to shop smarter—and craftier. Without a touch of unique charm, a house just isn’t a home. And you can’t mass-produce character. Pieces fashioned slowly, lovingly, to every taste. Designs you can’t find in the catalogs. Opt for the authentic. You’ll have a beautiful object to show for it. With a history all its own, and some new memories to make. See what your home’s been missing with this collection of handmade wooden furniture created by eBay curator io-occ.

Check out all the products in Wood Works, and add them to your own collections. 

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Tagging up an Eames
Long ago, Life Magazine visited the home of Saul Steinberg during the peak of his career. Photographer Peter Stackpole snapped his “cat chair” and the rest is history. 
Ok. So maybe you can’t buy this exact chair, but eBay has a slew of classic Eames chairs where you can grab a marker and be your own artist. Go ahead. Have fun. 
(Photo: Sourced at design-is-fine. Text: Jauretsi)

Tagging up an Eames

Long ago, Life Magazine visited the home of Saul Steinberg during the peak of his career. Photographer Peter Stackpole snapped his “cat chair” and the rest is history. 

Ok. So maybe you can’t buy this exact chair, but eBay has a slew of classic Eames chairs where you can grab a marker and be your own artist. Go ahead. Have fun. 

(Photo: Sourced at design-is-fine. Text: Jauretsi)

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Mad Respect: Carlos Naude
In this episode of “Mad Respect,” we bring you Carlos Naude, a graphic designer and furniture maker out of New York City. Using reclaimed wood, Naude fashions masculine, industrial pieces, incorporating concrete, steel, and iron elements under the clever company name Lumber Juan. (His background in graphic design didn’t hurt the Lumber Juan swag he designed, either) We sat down to talk to Carlos about what his holiday plans were, how 2013 treated him, and his favorite eBay find ever.
Jenny Bahn: Where are you dreaming of taking off to this holiday season?
Carlos Naude: I dislike cold weather, so probably some secluded beach in the French Polynesia.
JB: Most glorious moment of 2013?
CN: Getting a Green Card.
… [MORE]
JB: What are your top five things to pack before leaving town?
CN: Camera, sunglasses, music, swim shorts, and, of course, my woman. 
JB: Any goals for 2014? Dare we say, “resolutions”? 
CN: Travel to India, grow Lumber Juan, develop a new parallel furniture line, run NY Marathon and improve my poor guitar skills.
JB: Favorite eBay find ever?
CN: My truck: A 1977 Ford F250 in perfect condition.
(Photo courtesy of Lumber Juan. Text by Jenny Bahn)

Mad Respect: Carlos Naude

In this episode of “Mad Respect,” we bring you Carlos Naude, a graphic designer and furniture maker out of New York City. Using reclaimed wood, Naude fashions masculine, industrial pieces, incorporating concrete, steel, and iron elements under the clever company name Lumber Juan. (His background in graphic design didn’t hurt the Lumber Juan swag he designed, either) We sat down to talk to Carlos about what his holiday plans were, how 2013 treated him, and his favorite eBay find ever.

Jenny Bahn: Where are you dreaming of taking off to this holiday season?

Carlos Naude: I dislike cold weather, so probably some secluded beach in the French Polynesia.

JB: Most glorious moment of 2013?

CN: Getting a Green Card.

… [MORE]

JB: What are your top five things to pack before leaving town?

CN: Camera, sunglasses, music, swim shorts, and, of course, my woman. 

JB: Any goals for 2014? Dare we say, “resolutions”? 

CN: Travel to India, grow Lumber Juan, develop a new parallel furniture line, run NY Marathon and improve my poor guitar skills.

JB: Favorite eBay find ever?

CN: My truck: A 1977 Ford F250 in perfect condition.

(Photo courtesy of Lumber Juan. Text by Jenny Bahn)

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Herman Miller 

respected manufacturer of office and home furniture, Herman Miller’s midcentury pieces were incredibly graphic and colorful. If you’re inspired by the promotional Herman Miller poster (seen above), be sure to check out the varied selection of Herman Miller posters currently available on eBay. If you want to take it one step further, bring home one of Miller’s furniture pieces — also found on eBay, of course. 

(Source: design-is-fine & Cooper Hewitt. Text: Jauretsi)

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Verner Panton

If you are into bold, geometric, futuristic designs with colors that pop, then you may want to check out the work of furniture and interior designer Verner Panton.  

Dive into these Verner Panton pieces here. If you’re sniffing around for general 60’s inspired furniture, make a note to check eBay often as the selection varies every week. 

(Photo: Courtesy of eBay Sellers. Text: Jauretsi)