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Furniture: Haberdashery Seating at Obsolete

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Furniture: Haberdashery Seating at Obsolete

Julie Carlson September 29, 2011

Ray Azoulay of Obsolete in Venice, California, is always ahead of the design curve (he was one of the first to source and sell industrial vintage lighting); he recently introduced a small line of seating covered in men's haberdashery fabrics; fine wool pin striped suiting fabric, polka dot shirting cotton. To see more, go to Obsolete.

Above: Barrel Chair with Buttoned Tufted Back.

Above: Tall Back Sofa with Pin Stripe Suiting Fabric.

Above: Simple Roll Arm Primitive Sitting Chair with exposed back.

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