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Knurled Knobs from Mockett offer a retro feel for any vintage or contemporary
industrial furniture. Music lovers will appreciate the intricate knurling on the knobs,
reminiscent of those found on classic guitars and amplifiers. Finished top and
beveled edges make it especially attractive. Small in stature, but big on details,
Knurled Knobs are a classic finishing piece for one-of-a-kind furniture.
15. Overlay from Herman Miller
A system of freestanding, sub-architectural walls, Overlay brings new functionality to the open floorplan. The system gives organizations a way to accommodate
changing needs for space without the cost of prefabricated walls or the burden
of traditional construction. With just two people and in about two hours, Overlay
can be relocated with minimal disruption to an office. Overlay’s quiet aesthetic can
be turned up or dialed down—outfitted with a variety of textiles, laminates, glass,
white boards, or custom materials—to reflect the character of an organization.
16. Loft Collection from Quadrille Fabrics
Quadrille Fabrics recently introduced several new patterns to its Alan Campbell
brand. The new patterns—comprising the Loft Collection—offer five beautiful
statements: Twill, Twill Reverse, Safari, Safari Embroidery, and Vacances, each of
which is available in several colorways. Twill Reverse (pictured) made its debut at
the 2018 Kips Bay Decorator Show House, seen as a wallcovering in the bedroom
designed by Brian Del Toro.