GN Woodwork Creates Colorful Vintage Textile Pillows & Fabulously Useful Convertible Furniture

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GN Woodwork Creates Colorful Vintage Textile Pillows & Fabulously Useful Convertible Furniture

GN Woodwork Daybed, on display at BKLYN Designs, convertible bed, daybed, storage bed, transforming bed, storage daybed, green design, eco design, storage seat, storage seating, convertible furniture, multifunctional furniture, multi-functional furniture, seating storage, storage chair, eco furniture, green furniture

GN Woodwork is a Brooklyn-based maker of thoughtful, convertible furniture pieces that can do double-duty or triple duty. Their Daybed, shown here, obviously can be either a sofa or a bed, but what is maybe less obvious from these pictures is that it also has a ton of storage space underneath the mattress! Their Corner Chair is similar with copious, easily accessible storage space underneath the seat cushion. What really caught our eye about these guys' booth at the BKLYN Designs furniture fair, however, was their fun, colorful, and sometimes even pocketed pillows made from vintage textiles.

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GN Woodwork Chair, on display at BKLYN Designs, green design, eco design, storage seat, storage seating, convertible furniture, multifunctional furniture, multi-functional furniture, seating storage, storage chair, eco furniture, green furniture

GN Woodwork Pillows & Daybed, on display at BKLYN Designs, vintage textile pillows, vintage fabric pillows, eco pillows, vintage pillows, recycled fabric pillows, pocket pillows, green design, eco design, storage seat, storage seating, convertible furniture, multifunctional furniture, multi-functional furniture, seating storage, storage chair, eco furniture, green furniture

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