‘Dwie Baby’ and Artists create for you crackerjack furnitures and gorgeous accessories. We stand in opposition to trivial furnitures and flashy aesthetics. The recycling is our main idea, we use to say: “recycling or die” and that’s why we rescue old furnitures. Our artists can fully creatively express themselves. The upholstery becoming a painting canvas. The work of art signed by the author is created during that process. Uniqueness guarantee!
i like the simplicity of this and that it feels modern
Chair from the 30's. Woodwork covered with decorative acrylic paint in shades of silver and then made to look vintage. The upholstery is made from fabric of linen and cotton, covered with a painting. The author of the art work is well-known musician and composer - Czeslaw Mozil who by words: "Millionaire from Ząbkowska street is a bullshit! Rebel blue" expressed his emotion
Dwie Baby z Pakamera.
Pre-war cabinet in Art Deco style. Old layers of paint have been removed, cracks have been filled and knobs replaced with new, stylized for old in color of gold patina. Wood is painted with acrylic paints for wood. The painting has been created by a student of Academy of Fine Arts - Zu Jankowska.
Lamp from the 70's with an authentic signature. Hexagonal wooden structure has been painted with acrylic paints for wood and covered with lacquer. Original linen fabric has been decorated on each side by ink painting. The author of this work is a painter and a jeweler - Agata Chmielewska.
Nightstand from the Covered with specialist acrylic paint for wood. Front, top, left and right side are decorated with painting by Olga Ivanova, student of Academy of Fine Arts in Minsk.
Old layers of paint have been completely removed, that reveals severity of wood. Woodwork has been waxed with a transparent hard wax oil which deepens a color of the wood and enhances its structure. The upholstery is made of thick fabric of cotton and natural linen. The upholstery has been painted with fabric paints by Magdalena Szczerbakowicz – Academy of Fine Arts graduate.
Table, prewar coffee table. Legs of the table have been restored and they got back their natural character by removing old layers of paint and waxing with a transparent hard oil wax that extracted a structure and a color of the wood. Table’s top has been covered with acrylic paints for wood. The center of the top is decorated with three-dimensional painting by a painter and a jeweler - Agata Chmielewska.
Scandinavian nightstand from the 50’s. Old layers of paint have been completely removed, that reveals severity of wood. Woodwork has been waxed with a transparent hard wax oil which deepens a color of the wood and enhances its structure. Nightstand includes a drawer. The top is decorated with printed on canvas and varnished graphic by Agata Dębicka, the owner of “Piksele” blog.
Writing table from the first half of the XX century. Woodwork has been thoroughly cleaned and coated with acrylic paint for wood and several layers resistant to chipping paint. The lock mechanism has been replaced with a new one. Key and keyhole are new but stylized for old . The interior is equipped with two drawers and compartment for documents, correspondence.
Nightstand from the 60's. Covered with an acrylic paint for wood. Inside there is a single-chamber. Old knobs have been replaced with a modern one, with geometric texture, covered with a paint for metal. Left side and front of the nightstand is decorated with a painting that is covered with a specialized lacquer. The painting has been created by a student of Academy of Fine Arts - Zu Jankowska.