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Kai Takeshima Record Display

Now that you're collecting records, it's time to get that stack off the floor and into a proper display. This Record Display from Canadian furniture designer Kai Takeshima looks so good, it could make even the most impressive collections pale in comparison. Each section is 9" deep and the entire display will hold nearly 300 records. The shelves are also tilted at 6 degrees providing an optimal searching experience. Made using walnut and brass and finished with oil, it's a huge upgrade to whatever you're currently using to show off your growing collection.

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    Charles Eames' original idea for his iconic lounger was to create a chair that resembled "a well-used first baseman's mitt," and it was with that spirit in mind that the Herman Miller x 3Sixteen Eames Lounge Chair was born. This collaborative effort replaces the chair's normal seating surface with a natural vegetable-tanned leather that is meant to darken over time, eventually developing a rich dark brown patina. The special material is paired with a hand-oiled Santos Palisander wood veneer shell, the closest sustainable match to the original's Brazilian rosewood. Unfortunately for the rest of us, only three sets were produced especially for 3sixteen, and they're not for sale — though you can catch one on display at the Pop Up Flea in NYC Dec. 11th-13th.

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