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It’s Knot Wood

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I’ve said this before and I’ll say it again, I miss the blog It’s Knot Wood.  For those of you who don’t know what I’m talking about, Happy Mundane’s Jonathan Lo once had a blog called It’s Knot Wood featuring everything faux wood – and if it were still updated, I’m sure these little faux wood fabric poufs would be included.  Have you seen them? Krone Hanssen Poufs, are made from recycled polyester and covered with a photo wood stump print, these ingenious faux wood poufs are sturdy enough to be used as a ottoman, sitting stool or side table. Choose between the tall slender björk (birch) or lower larger furu (pine). Beats lugging around a real one. More info at Huset.

More info at Huset.

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Jan Halvarson is a co-founder of Poppytalk, an internationally-lauded design blog with an indie sensibility. She lives and works in Vancouver, Canada. Read bio and latest posts → Read jan's latest posts →

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