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“Vintage Gone Modern” Pieces of Outdoor Furniture From Gardenhouse

alum loveseat with turq metallic Vintage Gone Modern Pieces of Outdoor Furniture From Gardenhouse

Florida based  studio Gardenhouse stick to their motto at all times: the “vintage gone modern” feature can be seen in each one of their pieces of furniture.  The beautiful collection of outdoor furniture is created by Cheryl Maeder Antonio and her husband, Gary, who is a metal sculptor. United under the name Gardenhouse, the two artists used to “search flea markets, antique stores and meet dealers who had a shared passion for vintage furnishings.” This is how the studio came into being. Their common passion ignited a collection of well-designed garden furniture. The pieces you can admire below and others are part of the same story. Cheryl describes her love for recreated furniture: “Giving the existing treasures my own signature style, I filled our home, studio and our friends’ homes with fabulous finds.  With inspiring new finishes, modern fabrics and an original point of view, I recreated them into “vintage gone modern”.  Today I am living my dream creating one of a kind home furnishings and contemporary fine art photography….introducing Gardenhouse.” Which one is the piece of outdoor furniture you would choose for your patio?

turquoise loveseat and chair Vintage Gone Modern Pieces of Outdoor Furniture From Gardenhouse

white scroll table patio set Vintage Gone Modern Pieces of Outdoor Furniture From Gardenhouse

Hi Gloss Black Alum Settee Vintage Gone Modern Pieces of Outdoor Furniture From Gardenhouse

gold metal outdoor settee NEW 1 Vintage Gone Modern Pieces of Outdoor Furniture From Gardenhouse

bw slipper chair silo Vintage Gone Modern Pieces of Outdoor Furniture From Gardenhouse

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