Mix some military-inspired pieces into your interior design repertoire with Stephen Kenn Inheritance Seating ($450-$5,000). Created by the minds behind temple bags, this unique lineup features welded steel frames that have been rusted and clear coated for a marbled brown finish, custom-made leather and webbing belts that also happen to be exact replicas of WWII-era Swiss mule belts, and foam cushions and microfiber pillows wrapped in US military half shelters, making each seat, stool, and sofa a one-of-a-kind item.
It's always a little scary when someone sets out to update an undeniable classic, but in this case, we think it turned out okay. First introduced in 1958, the Eames Aluminum Lounge Chair ($1,600-$2,350) recently got a slight refresh, as it's now available with a graphite or white powder-coated frame and white or black Spinneybeck Vicenza leather upholstery. Otherwise, it's still sporting the same sleek design, four-star base, and sling seat that's made it an icon of design.
Add a touch of 1960s flair to your office, lounge, or living area with the Shell Chair ($2,500-$3,400). Designed in 1963 by Danish design legend Hans Wegner, the Shell is made from bent plywood, with a wide, wing-like seat, tapered legs — of which there are only three — and a reclined back that's perfect for relaxing.
Celebrate America's heritage of industrial innovation with AT-95 Tables ($890-$1,800). Made from salvaged woods and industrial-grade, heavy-duty metal and steel components, these round and rectangular tables come in a number of models to match your design sensibilities while offering enough variety to match nearly any decor — making them perfect for that sweet warehouse office you've been talking about for nearly a decade.