Their abode, which will be featured later this year in Blueprint, is a 1969 George J. Stegmiller post and beam, perched on a steep hill with amazing views. The upstairs is their home, the lower level serves as a studio. David describes their style as “kinda modern-organic-primitive”. He photographed their home for an upcoming book “Amy Butler’s Midwest Modern: A Fresh Design Spirit for the Modern Lifestyle”. A preview of some of those images are below.
David writes about their Mulhauser Plycraft chair (above):
“I had the vinyl redone in a really nice soft leather. My father had that exact chair when I was growing up in Pittsburgh, so when I found another, complete with the arm patina, I was quick to jump on it.”
Top left: chair found in Springfield Ohio. Top right: sofa covered in Amy Butler’s fabric. Above: Arcadia sofas from Room and Board. Sadly no longer in production — at least not available on the website.
Above: Dining room with Crate and Barrel’s Jasper Sideboard.