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Designers To Watch: Brothers Dressler

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    Brothers Dressler

    Cast-offs destined for the dump such as tree stumps, shoe lasts and 100-year-old window sashes get a new life thanks to identical-twin designers Jason and Lars Dressler. The Toronto-based siblings transform found materials into rustic, yet sleek lighting, tables and seating with an industrial edge. For instance, belts used in a dry-cleaning factory are wrapped around an oak frame to create a stunningly spare day bed. The humble materials belie the beauty of these one-of-a-kind works, making the Dressler's designs stand out in a market flooded with eco-friendly products. View their collection.

    Tips Of The Trade: How To Make A Home Industrial Chic

    [OPEN HOUSE VID] Tips Of The Trade: How To Make A Home Industrial Chic
    Love the look of industrial spaces, but don't know how to incorporate it into your home? Interior designer and HGTV host Frank Fontana recommends using rescued architectural elements and yesteryear furniture from Salvage One. Frank also visits a former steel factory to see how the homeowner gave it a new life as a residence full of vintage, urban character. (Published Monday, Sep 27, 2010)