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    • Designed by Harry Allen
    • Materials: Resin and Marble
    • A frame found in the designer's brother's closet by chance. The designer was so taken with the frame he decided to cast it. Please note the image size in the frame is 4" x 6".

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    $300.00
    • Designed by Scott Klinker
    • Part of the Context Furniture Truss Collection.
    • Materials: Birch multi-ply and plastic laminate
    • Made in the USA.

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    $450.00
    • Designed by Scott Klinker
    • Part of the Context Furniture Truss Collection.
    • Materials: Birch multi-ply and plastic laminate
    • Made in the USA.

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    $700.00
  1. This wooden frame will make your favourite illustrations, artwork or pictures look stunning on the wall. It fits our Bau Deco Posters and our small Copenhagen Poster. It is made of smoked oak wood and comes with a leather string. A hex key is included.

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    • Designed by Array
    • Materials: Approx 50% of this wallpaper is sourced from recycled material or from FSC-certified (Forestry Stewardship Council) managed forests.
    • Manufactured in England.

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  2. I have a theory. (Stick with me, folks.) I theorize that H.G. Wells really had a time machine, and that he used it to visit our time. He got here (now?), saw Lights Up! lamps everywhere, and just kind of assumed they had taken over. What he didn't understand was how, so when he got back home he tried to come up with some story to explain it. But since he was a science fiction writer, he didn't come up with the easy answer--they're an extraordinary combination of cute and stylish, they're graceful, and they're practical--instead he came up with The War of the Worlds. But we can let you in on the truth here: it's perfectly safe for you to take a Lights Up! lamp home with you. In fact we recommend it.

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    $550.00
  3. I have a theory. (Stick with me, folks.) I theorize that H.G. Wells really had a time machine, and that he used it to visit our time. He got here (now?), saw Lights Up! lamps everywhere, and just kind of assumed they had taken over. What he didn't understand was how, so when he got back home he tried to come up with some story to explain it. But since he was a science fiction writer, he didn't come up with the easy answer--they're an extraordinary combination of cute and stylish, they're graceful, and they're practical--instead he came up with The War of the Worlds. But we can let you in on the truth here: it's perfectly safe for you to take a Lights Up! lamp home with you. In fact we recommend it.

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    $398.00
  4. What better way to set off your favorite photos than with the enduring and eye-catching brightness of chrome. Designer Sean O’Hara pushes the beauty of chrome to the next level with a delicate braid texture around the very edge of the frame, adding a timeless appeal. Slide in your favorite shot and watch the colors pop. The Braid Frame is a gem for the fireplace mantel or sideboard, and a thoughtful holiday or wedding gift.

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    Price From: $60.00
  5. The Dazzle Frame by Morrison & Morrison is a lovely way to create an aura of excitement around your favorite photos without overwhelming them. The lustrous, polished silver plate frame is spangled with dazzles, like stars scattered across the sky. This is a design pattern that manages to feel both elegant and elemental, and will match a range of décor styles, from traditional to ultra-modern. Dazzle frames work horizontally and vertically; increase the effect by grouping them in a duo or trio.

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    Price From: $60.00
  6. Accommodating either a vertical or horizontal photo, this rectangular photo frame consists of an oval base made of Nambe Alloy and two sheets of glass to enclose a photo. The Nambe Alloy base is solid and stable. Designed by Neil Cohen, the frame debuted in Spring 2009. (A vertical/horizontal Elbow Frame is available in 3 sizes; 4 x 6-inch, 5 X 7-inch or 8 x 10-inch photo is also available.

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    Price From: $60.00

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