I got pretty excited when I saw these
and trust me, I don't get excited often. Jason Koharik takes vintage furniture and gives it a one two - that is, he beats it into better shape than it had been in its previous life. Koharik's philosophy is simple;
'I look for the discarded and under appreciated. I value the beauty and potential of all things wood and metal. I collect them. I clean them. I fix them. I rebuild them. In some cases, I just place them in the right environment. I follow a use what you have mentality. Nothing goes to waste, that way everything has possibility'.
For more of his amazing collection - entitled Collected - visit his site here.
You'll have to head to LA to touch it - available at Lawson Fenning
all images © Jason Koharik
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