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The second we figure out how to become insanely wealthy (we’re banking on scratch-off lottery ticket winnings) we’re heading over to Copenhagen, dining at Noma and coming home with a private jet full of Danish furniture.  Until that happens we’ll continue to rely on Restoration Hardware for the bulk of our home design (it’s gotten to the point where our office looks like one of their showrooms right down to the slate wall color).  This 1950’s Copenhagen Spitfire Chair will be our latest addition since it just so happens we were in the market for a retro-looking Danish throne.  The front and seat are upholstered in soft aged leather and the bulk of the body is encased in Spitfire-esque polished aluminum.  It’s the only piece of furniture we don’t mind that we have to buff.

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