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Designer Barr Gilmore played on classic Canadian iconography, combining hockey sticks to create his Shinny Standard Light. Next to it sits a Drawer Console designed by <a href="http://wheelersstudio.com/">Jason Wheeler</a>. Its metal front facade is actua

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Originally appeared in Made Design Shop and Gallery
on March 23, 2011
Designer Barr Gilmore played on classic Canadian iconography, combining hockey sticks to create his Shinny Standard Light. Next to it sits a Drawer Console designed by &lt;a href=&quot;http://wheelersstudio.com/&quot;&gt;Jason Wheeler&lt;/a&gt;. Its metal front facade is actua
Designer Barr Gilmore played on classic Canadian iconography, combining hockey sticks to create his Shinny Standard Light. Next to it sits a Drawer Console designed by Jason Wheeler. Its metal front facade is actually just that: a facade. The entire piece is made of solid wood and wood veneer with the rusted metallic look painted on. The pillows at the far left are the Doilies Cushions and Home Sweet Home pillows by Shana Anderson.

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