Posts Tagged ‘custom design’
Product design has been a part of Green Couch Design since it’s inception in 2008, we love to work with new materials and play with the everyday elements we use in our homes and try to make them better, more fun, or just dress them up a little. Product design has always been a sort of creative release, for all those ideas we didn’t get to use in a graphic design project or those cocktail napkin sketches you just can’t seem to let go of. So here is a sampling of some of our favorite products, with more to come I assure you!
Custom bed in oak with a hand mixed cherry walnut stain.
Reclaimed barn wood coffee table. Solid pine beams 12″ x 3″ with drop forged casters, rural design at it’s finest!
Custom crafted concrete ornaments for Midwest Media and Marketing, a great little holiday thank you.
Etched reclaimed window room divider. This was a little idea to use some of the old windows we salvaged from our farm house. Etched and hinged together they bring sophistication and privacy to our guest bedroom.
An oldie but a goody, our tiny tufa has been a hit since we first began playing with concrete. So hats off to a great way to green up your home or office.
Jump on over to our website and check out all the fun new items in our product design portfolio. We’ve got a good collection of old and new items for your enjoyment and will give you a taste of our aesthetic. Don’t hesitate to contact us about custom orders and if your a brick and mortar shop we would love to discuss consignment or wholesale opportunities with you. Hope you enjoyed the tour and please subscribe to our RSS feed for more great things in the future!
From the Farm
A new look book and fun new ideas are just around the corner all awaiting this upcoming season of change! It’s been a wonderful year, and we’ve loved sharing it with all of you! So happy summer, and hello fall, it’s time to look forward and celebrate all that is to come!
When we got the call from Lorelei about possibly working on a new bed, I jumped at the chance. My forte was working with found materials and reclaimed wood but this project stretched me into new areas using fresh materials and a more polished look.