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Wolfum napkins ($40 for two) are a generous 20 by 20 inches, sized for even the biggest cookout mess.
Every pillow in the Wolfum collection (including the 24-by-16-inch Flame Stitch, $75) has a machine-washable zip-off cover.
Who thought to use Corian countertop as a seating material? Sowersby did in this Cardiff chair ($550).
Be still our midcentury-modern heart: The Tusa lamp ($385) has an angular plexiglass frame covered in wood veneer.
The Breezeway chair ($955) from Brendan Sowersby’s 100xbtr line is an elegantly refined redwood deck chair fitted with his wife’s flame-patterned cushion.
We?re in awe of California?s legendary Charles and Ray Eames. The husband-and-wife team designed houses and decor in the 1950s that are modern classics. We thought of the duo recently when we came across the work of a contemporary husband-and-wife team whose chairs, pillows and small home goods are carried by some of our favorite shops.
First, the wife?s work--textiles. Wolfum textiles answer the age-old question: ?Where to get some pillows to brighten my living room without spending so much I that want to be buried with them?? Designer Annabel Inganni makes everything from chargers to teepees, but our nesting instincts really hone in on her down pillows, especially the Southwest-inspired patterns (about $75).
Husband Brendan Sowersby is a Cal/Arts-educated fine artist who creates splurge-worthy made-to-order furniture. He sells handcrafted wood chairs and mod but classic lamps from his 100xbtr website and laser-cuts the colorful wooden pieces in his wife?s Wolfum line.
Strong clean lines, graphic patterns and prices that dip to the super-affordable (a set of Wolfum coasters is only $35): We?re sure the Eameses would approve.
Wolfum is available at Lawson-Fenning, 7257 Beverly Blvd.; 323-934-0048 or wolfum.com
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