Studio 414 Moving Sale–Inventory Clearance

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Rococo Endtable This solid hardwood endtable is in pristine condition, with a real marble and ceramic tile top, refinished in secondhand pink and silver paint. Green colorwash and textured stenciling on the sides enhance its genuine vintage flair. Regular price: $200 Sale price: $80       Gerbera Daisy Chair This solid hardwood vintage chair […]

prints and cards

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Now available from erde: eco-art–custom print and card sets featuring the artwork of Sarah Wash, printed on FSC-certified paper. All products shipped anywhere in the world via USPS 2-day priority mail. To license the use of any of Sarah Wash’s digital images, contact her directly at sarah.r.wash@gmail.com. Price List A set of any five images […]

necklaces

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All erde eco-art’s jewelry is made with upcycled materials–at least 50% total content. Like all our products, our designs are inspired by European traditional and neoclassical aesthetics. We seek out only the highest quality secondhand materials so that you can feel confident that your erde jewelry will hold up well under the stresses of everyday […]

earrings

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All erde eco-art’s jewelry is made with upcycled materials–at least 50% total content. Like all our products, our designs are inspired by European traditional and neoclassical aesthetics. We seek out only the highest quality secondhand materials so that you can feel confident that your erde jewelry will hold up well under the stresses of everyday […]

furniture & decor

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illustration

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Illustration services available in a variety of mediums.

our vision

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What the heck is “eco-chic?”

A quick browse online shows you that it’s sustainably sourced, organically grown, wildcrafted, symbiotically produced with respect toward indigenous ecosystems… and vastly more expensive than basically any comparable product that isn’t labeled “eco.” Meanwhile, everywhere you look, every year, beautiful things are being landfilled because nobody wants them–they’re worn, shabby, and worst of all, perfectly good but out of style. Can’t we do better than this?

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