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Tyler Hays is good. His company, BDDW, successfully bridges the divide between woody American design and what's modern right now.
Designed and manufactured with imagination and precision in Brooklyn, BDDW is one of the few which matches the hard angles of modern design with an innate understanding of natural elements. Whether it is a table, a carpet, or one of the original paintings in the store, every piece is grand and understated at the same time. Chairs starting at $850, 6' tables starting at $3800 and queen beds around $4,000 - $6000.NYMag says: An airy, cathedral-like space for modern furniture with super-clean lines (�mid-century modern meets Shaker�), warm woods with a hand-rubbed oil finish, metal, and stone.
(Note: This is an update. First reviewed on 3.23.04)