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Pendleton Wool as Upholstery

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Pendleton Wool as Upholstery

Alexa Hotz February 13, 2012

Recently spotted at Object in Seattle: an industrial steel chair with customizable Pendleton wool upholstery.

The chair is the creation of Seattle-based furniture company Brackish Designs, started by Forest Eckley and Andy Whitcomb, who draw inspiration from both the "industrial grit of urban life" and the serenity of their natural surroundings. Made from industrial steel and upholstered in wool from the Pendleton Woolen Mills in the Pacific Northwest, the chair is available from Object in Seattle.

Above: Available online at Object, the Chair by Brackish is $490.

Above: The Dining Chair, in a different choice of Pendleton wool upholstery. Image via Brackish Designs.

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