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Vintage Industrial Storage and Tables from Cleveland Art

vintage industrial storage

Recycling has reached a new level with Cleveland Art’s furniture line of industrial style storage units and tables.  Using discarded and surplus industrial machinery, these simple and rugged pieces redefine the beauty potential of industrial design.

vintage industrial storage

Cleveland Art is the brainchild of Jason Wein, an artist and manufacturer who saw the recyclable potential behind industrial machinery as a young man.  Not only are these pieces great decor, they will certainly withstand the test of time in any home, as they have under more drastic conditions elsewhere for decades to date.  Sometimes we sacrifice aesthetics for function, but Cleveland Art has blended the two in a perfect harmony.

vintage industrial table

vintage industrial table

Some of the best features of the furniture are the small details left behind from the vintage recycled elements, including company labels and manufacturing information.  The simple and edgy design of Cleveland Art furniture would fit effortlessly with modern and traditional decor.

To see more recycled industrial furniture, visit the Cleveland Art website.

 

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