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COLOR STAINED WOOD

March 07, 2018

A color stain can drastically transform a piece of furniture by adding dimension and a bit of zest! This week, we would like to highlight German manufacturer Zeitraum, who has developed an eco-friendly process for color staining wood. Each of the designs in their collection is available in multiple wood species and, with oak, is available in ten unique colorways.
MORPH BAR
Formstelle, 2009

With its refined silhouette, the Morph Bar fits seamlessly into any bar environment, but in an eye-catching color stain like pink, it becomes a statement piece. The Morph Collection also includes a dining chair, lounge chair and a children’s chair.

IN HEAVEN
Birgit Gammler & Nana Großer, 2006

The In Heaven bed reduces the iconic four poster bed to the simplest form. The result is a geometric and minimalist box that truly defines a space within a space. Shown here in a chalk stained oak, the In Heaven bed can be transformed by a variety of stains to fit your design aesthetic.

KIN
Mathias Hahn, 2016

KIN is a collection of cabinets, each with its own unique design that is as visually alluring as it is functional. The interior of each piece can be customized in a variety of configurations to fit your storage needs. In this poppy stain, available exclusively for the KIN Collection, this cabinet is a show-stopper.

NONOTO
Läufer and Keichel, 2015

The NONOTO Collection, consisting of two dining chairs, is crafted with CNC milling technology to be both sculptural and functional. The NONOTO maintains a more slender silhouette with it’s narrow backrest while the NONOTO Comfort boasts wings, giving it a more masculine physique while preserving the same footprint.

CENA
Peter Gaebelein & Birgit Gammler, 2004

Expertly crafted, meticulously smoothed and finished with the finest natural oils, products from Zeitraum exude an unmistakeable sense of quality and natural style. The Cena is no exception with it’s bevelled tabletop and angeled legs. Paired here with the Sit Chair in a matching stain, these differing designs become a cohesive dining setting .

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