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166 7th St
Brooklyn, NY 11215
USA

Bomb lamps, artillery tables, and armored credenzas - Stockpile Designs adds impact to your decor with a line of furniture and lighting using obsolete military equipment.

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Stockpile Design's blog covers upcoming designs and prototypes, shows and events, and the design community of Brooklyn, NY. Designer Jake Wright shares his creative process, decorating advice, and anecdotes about starting a business and trying to deliver antique bombs across state lines.

Sneak Peek at a Sexy Twin

Jake Wright

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I live in New York’s East Village, which is code for “I live in a $1700 closet.” My bedroom is about 90 square feet, and if I lean back at my desk I’ll usually hit the bedframe.

Like many single people in New York, I’ve got a full-sized bed. This is 14″ wider than a twin – still too small for two people to share comfortably, but wide enough to use substantially more floorspace. The only reason I bought a full was because a twin would have made me feel like a child.

This is understandable – most of the twin bedframes available in the US are specifically designed for kids and teens. So I’ve been working on a twin bedframe with adults in mind. Keeping with my military design ethos – modular components, durable materials, and an industrial aesthetic – I’m nearing completion on the prototype. The headboard, footboard, and legs are solid walnut, bolted to welded steel side-rails and supports. The headboard and footboard can be swapped to widen the bed – allowing you to upsize (or downsize) according to your space.

I’ll be posting photos of the finished prototype later this week. After sleeping on it (pun!) I may offer it for sale with a range of wood options.