I found this old enamel and wood breadbox west of here in Montgomery, NY. It cleaned up nicely, and now it’s holding all of the various printer papers in our office. I’ve always liked the idea of having a breadbox, but I don’t eat enough bread to justify buying one!
The happy yellow Eames shell chair in the corner is also a dirt-cheap scavenged find. Above it is a silkscreened poster designed and printed by Robin Hendrickson. It’s a promotional piece for a hand-drawn font he created based on hockey jersey typography. We traded prints over a decade ago when we were in art school together, and I’ve just now gotten around to putting it in a frame!