Bourbon Barrel Lounge Chair

Balazs Moldovan traces his passion for building back to his love for Legos. And now, through The Hungarian Workshop, he's showcasing that passion for design with beautiful furniture creations like the Bourbon Barrel Lounge Chair. As unique as it is comfortable, each one is crafted using reclaimed bourbon barrel wood that was actually in use at a Bluegrass distillery. Each chair is hand sanded at the shop to create a unique, whiskey-aged patina that will continue to change and shape with use. Every lounger is made to order to ensure that nothing is mass produced and only top quality pieces are shipped.
Buy From The Hungarian Workshop / $500
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