Industrial Felt Table/Stool - Set Of 3

Chairs by Jason Lees Design seen at Wescover Gallery at West Coast Craft SF 2019, San Francisco - Industrial Felt Table/Stool - Set Of 3
Chairs by Jason Lees Design seen at Wescover Gallery at West Coast Craft SF 2019, San Francisco - Industrial Felt Table/Stool - Set Of 3Chairs by Jason Lees Design seen at Wescover Gallery at West Coast Craft SF 2019, San Francisco - Industrial Felt Table/Stool - Set Of 3Chairs by Jason Lees Design seen at Wescover Gallery at West Coast Craft SF 2019, San Francisco - Industrial Felt Table/Stool - Set Of 3
On the left, three of my Table/Stools made of upcycled industrial felt at the Wescover Gallery at West Coast Craft in San Francisco. Chair by Fyrn, wood stools and benches by Yvonne Mouser, wall hanging by Meghan Shimek, and rug by Wayfarer Textiles. Thanks to Wescover for putting together a great group of products and to StudioNEA for designing the space. Table/Stool made of salvaged industrial felt Price: $1,200 for set of three
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"At Jason Lees Design we design and build timeless modern furniture that is as functional and livable as it is beautiful. Each piece is handcrafted and built to last in our San Francisco Bay Area workshop using the highest quality materials. By combining the warmth of wood with interesting materials and understated details, we build character and individuality into our designs. With its timeless quality, our furniture is comfortable in a variety of settings from the modern to the eclectic to the traditional.

Our clients are local, national and international, and have included residences, commercial spaces, institutions, restaurants and hotels. Our work has been exhibited at the Museum of Craft and Design in San Francisco, and featured in numerous publications including The World of Interiors, Anthology Magazine, The San Francisco Chronicle Magazine, Interior Design and San Francisco Magazine."

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