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Both sturdy and sleek, the pieces are attuned to the space constraints and storage needs of small urban apartments. The Knickerbocker bed, for instance, incorporates four drawers underneath its platform; the Halsey Hideaway dresser opens from both the front and the side. Flush fronts keep things streamlined, while natural wood finishes maintain a calm, unfettered look. Model names nod to Brooklyn subway stops, like Dekalb (a lacquer end table), Lawrence (a rolling cabinet), or Lorimer (a low-slung dresser). WONK clearly prides itself on being a homegrown business and makes all of its products locally, just a few more stops down the line in Bushwick.
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