margaret taylor furniture

posted by the scholar on December 15th, 2007
filed under: art, furniture, green, wood

boy oh boy do i like this rustic patchwork furniture collection from georgia artist margaret taylor for her company dryads dancing. she incorporates reclaimed barn wood, moldings and bead board to create each one of a kind piece. margaret’s business started out as a hobby and time spent helping her dad with house projects. through this journey of time and experience, the soul and ultimate beauty of the materials she worked with were revealed. now look at what she has created from the fruits of that labor…






it’s got a lot of heart and good energy, doesn’t it? i would love to see any of these pieces in a room sparsely populated with furniture and a neutral color palette on the walls. what a stunning showpiece it would be!

the linear form and ample functionality of these pieces is the cake; a beautiful selection of color palettes to choose from is the cherry on top!


find select pieces of margaret’s marvelous collection at uncommon goods, and be sure to check her website for the full selection!

via betterlivingthroughdesign

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6 Responses to “margaret taylor furniture”

  1. technabob Says:

    Those are so amazing. Now if only we had room for some more furniture…

  2. the scholar Says:

    hi bob,

    yep, i love it all. maybe someday we can put a piece of it in michigan…

    glad you stopped by!

  3. sosser Says:

    so beautiful. i am filled with longing.

  4. the scholar Says:

    hi sosser,

    they are gorge, aren’t they?

    it would be cool to see these in person.

    thanks for the comment!

  5. hikingisfun Says:

    I just saw these pieces in person today at the artist’s open house in Chamblee, GA, and they are absolutely beautiful, gorgeous, and the energy of not only the pieces but her entire studio is absolutely A M A Z I N G!!!!!

  6. the scholar Says:

    hi hiking,

    that is SO COOL and just as i pictured her studio to be. i am jealous! 🙂

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