At this year’s Interior Design Show Vancouver, Josiah Peters of Lock and Mortice created a booth that was designed to be entirely upcycled—right down to its wooden frame, which would go on to new life as table legs in his furniture designs. It’s the kind of sustainably minded thinking that’s so needed in our industry these days—even the offcuts from his furniture find their way into pizza ovens at a couple of restaurants in the city. Lock and Mortice has recently partnered with one of my favourite design shops, Provide, to create this gorgeous new series of solid oak furniture that’s all clean lines, soft curves and asymmetrical elements. Sign me up.

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Lock and Mortice's Provide Series Dining Table

From $8,663
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