Rough.South.Home.: Repurposed Wood & Lighting

Rough.South.Home.: Repurposed Wood & Lighting

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Tara Bellucci
Jan 26, 2012
  • Location: online only
  • Specialty: New lives for old stuff
  • Price range: $$
  • Website: roughsouthhome.com

Store History

  • Founded by: Clarke Titus
  • Headquarters: Atlanta, GA

Salvaged wood and old industrial lighting transform into beautifully masculine statement pieces in the hands of Clarke Titus of Rough.South.Home. From old boxcars to found buckets, everything comes with a dash of style and a story.

50 feet of rope wrap around a salvaged pendant, aptly named the one knot light, since rope is to be knotted at 50-foot intervals for easy measuring. The live well cluster is not a epitaph, but an actual live well for fish, repurposed as a modern light fixture. The wood pieces range from rough and textural to sleek and polished. The pallet chairs are custom built, stained and sealed to your specifications. A handsome table made from an old freight train gets a atomic twist with hairpin legs. History never looked so good.

For more about Rough.South.Home., visit their store page over at Marketplace.

(Images: Rough.South.Home.)

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