Mead and Boatright’s living room is constantly evolving. “I work at The Future Perfect, so there are a lot of broken things from there in here, like that Starck gnome chair,” says Mead. “We try not to buy much. We traded Carlos Salgado for that mirror, I traded for the skull and for Hanno Gorilla and Ursa the Bear, and the chairs stacked next to the TV I made from salvaged Steinway piano tops when I worked at Scrapile. But it’s not like we’re dumpster diving for things; we’ve done that, and now we’re trying to do it a little more classy and a little more thought out.”
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Mead and Boatright’s living room is constantly evolving. “I work at The Future Perfect, so there are a lot of broken things from there in here, like that Starck gnome chair,” says Mead. “We try not to buy much. We traded Carlos Salgado for that mirror, I traded for the skull and for Hanno Gorilla and Ursa the Bear, and the chairs stacked next to the TV I made from salvaged Steinway piano tops when I worked at Scrapile. But it’s not like we’re dumpster diving for things; we’ve done that, and now we’re trying to do it a little more classy and a little more thought out.”