Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Rail Yard Studios

I know there are many of you who appreciate the beauty and quality of a unique piece of furniture.

"Handmade in America of 100% American materials,
every work is one of a kind – individually numbered and cataloged.
Each design is copyrighted and becomes a unique work that preserves a vanishing piece of history."

What begins as scrap wood and spikes from some of America's oldest railroads...
 becomes a ruggedly modern wine rack, coffee table, desk.

A good friend of ours is a partner with Rail Yard Studios.
From the moment he sent me pictures of their latest work, I quickly asked to share it with you.

The Nashville Post calls Rail Yard Studios Industrial Chic.
I couldn't agree more.
How will I ever decide? The wine rack is calling my name, but so is the console.

+ Edited to add
My design savvy friend Paula also featured Rail Yard today. Great minds thinking alike.

Keep up with the latest from Rail Yard Studios
Twitter @railyardstudios // Facebook, here // blog


  1. wow. all of that stuff is awesome.

  2. I like the headboard. Fun stuff.

  3. That stuff would be perfect in a loft with super high ceilings and lots of bright whites.

    Reminds me of American Furnishings. http://at-95.com/tables/

  4. VERY cool! love it all! and i think they are pieces the hubby would like too...i also love the console table/tv stand

  5. I am glad you all like Rail Yard!

    Carrie- Justin really digs all of their pieces. I keep catching him stealing glimpses of the website. He'll say something like, I could really be into this.

  6. Ooohhh I love the wine rack. How cool that every piece has a story. Thanks for sharing.

  7. i am loving that wine rack slash all of it.

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