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Armed with a healthy dose of humor and a keen eye, Junk2Funk founders Shana Gorondy and John White have set out on a mission to transform junky into funky and put a piece of crazy in every living room. From bold mid-century pottery and tableware, to unusual garage sale scores, these eclectic collections spark the imagination.
Born out of Shana Gorondy and John White’s love of old objects, Junk2Funk was founded in 2010. The Sanford, Florida, company specializes in classic and quirky mid-century objects, which Gorondy and White collect from thrift stores, and estate and garage sales. Some finds are left untouched, while others are refurbished into eccentric contemporary furnishings.
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Characterized by its distinctive angular geometries, Brutalist architecture was highly popular from the 1950s to the 1970s. This vintage Brutalist brass candle holder juggles angles and curves in all the right proportions. Holds five regular tapered candles. This gently used vintage product is in good condition.