Proving that Pittsburgh is good for more than just sandwiches with french fries in them and fries-in-sandwich lover Bobby Bonilla, Steel City-based Cenzo Design creates a slew of crazily designed tables, cabinets, and accessories out of Earth-loving repurposed/renewable woods, in accordance with their mantra of "reducing the impact of the consumer on the Earth”, which’s also accomplished by dropping people who buy stuff from a lower elevation. Standards: Ready-to-go pieces include the Vino, a bottle caddy made of ebony-finished reclaimed pine & naturally patina'd steel wine racks, and the red-cushioned birch Forte bench, which is admittedly much less popular than the Wyclef and Lauryn Hill and Pras benches. Accessories: The lineup's got everything from rusty-bolted tea-candle racks, to thick, bold-patterned cutting boards hewn from reclaimed mahogany and walnut, to bone-shaped leash holders and coat hooks, which were prevalent in Forte’s admittedly not-well-received single “Jackets: I Got Me Some”. Customizable: Special-order pieces they'll rig up with your preferred size/materials/finish range from cool to chaotic, including the doesn't-look-like-they-measured-at-all Chaos shelving unit, and the Skyline seat, which's made from stacked plywood panels and's described as a "heavy-duty tank of a stool", also how you know Bobby Bonilla recently Primanti'd your bathroom.
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