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Craftsman Waste Baskets

c. 1923 C. L. Bowes - 12333-B. Bungalows were offered in spectacularly large styles and in small, affordable plans that appealed across the spectrum to almost every buyer interested in a modern home. This little house is just 960 sq. ft. and has the no-wasted space layout seen in small homes during the 'teens. Access to the bedrooms is via the bedroom and kitchen. A shared Jack and Jill bathroom connects them and completes the circular floorplan.


200. Gustav Stickley wastebasket, #94, slatted tapered form riveted to interior iron hoops, fine original finish, signed with paper label, 12”dia. x 14”h, excellent condition 2000-2500


Hexagonal Waste Basket - Adapted from a wastebasket attributed to Charles Rohlfs. I call this piece an adaptation, and not a reproduction, because I used maple, not oak as in the original. I also changed the dimensions and details of the construction. I added the copper canister, and wrought iron nails. Hand hammered copper, antiqued finish. 14 ½” wide x 17 ½” high. $575.


Craftsman Style Wastebasket. Lakeside Crafters Waste Basket This incredible waste basket is in amazing condition, especially considering its purpose in life.  While not marked, it has been attributed to Lakeside Crafters.  The original finish is a lovely deep brown and we believe the leather ties to be original as well.

from Apartment Therapy

"Samantha" Corner Bench and Shelf

Corners seem to get a bad rap. They are generally regarded as a waste of space. However, with a little ingenuity, these often dismissed areas of our home can become an active and functional part of your everyday life. For example, we think this "Samantha" Corner Bench and Shelf by PotteryBarn, is perfect for a small entryway. The bottom bench has an open area to hold a basket or your shoes, and the top shelf has hooks for jackets and bags. The top shelf also includes a cubby for additional…