Los Angles Furniture company created Metro-inspired range

Cobalt Neting with Windows Phone

The Metro deign language has been pretty influential, from wet wipes to alarm clocks, but so far we have not seen any furnishing with the minimalist look.

Now Los Angeles-based Stanton True has taken on the challenge  of creating “modern” furniture by creating one-of-a-kind statement pieces designed by founder Dan Maddox.

Cobalt ensemble with Neon Cushion
The pieces are sophisticated, neatly designed layout that’s functional as it is attractive, much like the user interface found in Microsoft’s three-screen approach.

Their ‘quality over quantity’ message is evident in the line’s production and precise finishing process. The company strives to deliver functional, high-end furniture to satisfy a wide range of clients and their individual needs.

“We are a luxury brand characterized by our attention to detail, the standard of our production and our desire to work directly with clients,” says Maddox.

The initial launch includes live tiles-inspired tables, rugs featuring clean lines and geometrical shapes and a range of striking seating options available upholstered in a variety of colors and custom fabrics. The collection, retailing from $250 to $1400 is available now.

You can check out the entire collection by visiting the company’s website www.StantonTrue.com.

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