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Designer Insights with Tim Byrne
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Designer Insights with Tim Byrne

By Tudor Davies Source: Terry's Blinds Tim Byrne is a designer and owner of Get Back, Inc, a retailer offering Vintage American Industrial Furnishings.  Tim offers his customers restored vintage pieces as well as his own unique designs, and ...
How to Transform a Loft to it’s Original Industrial Look
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How to Transform a Loft to it’s Original Industrial Look

Franklin Street Loft was designed by interior architecture studio Jane Kim Design in TriBeCa, New York. This 3,000 square foot loft features two guest bedrooms and a 900 square foot master suite. The early 20th-century building was once an industrial warehouse that had been previously renovated but had original industrial details covered by paint and gypsum board. The client wished to have the loft returned to its original industrial feel,
Get Back Inc.:Vintage Industrial Furniture & Lighting - Apartment Therapy
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Get Back Inc.:Vintage Industrial Furniture & Lighting - Apartment Therapy

By Maxwell Ryan Source: Apartment Therapy Died and gone to heaven. That's how we felt when we found this place. Who knew that such a treasure trove existed within striking distance of NYC? Tipped off this week to Get Back Inc, we spent the better...
A New Lease On Life - East Coast Home & Design
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A New Lease On Life - East Coast Home & Design

by Katie Keating Source: East Coast Home & Design With a staff of seven and a forty thousand square foot warehouse continually stocked with both re-purposed and custom designed products, designer Tim Byrne of Get Back, Inc has turned back t...
Architectural Digest Dec 2013
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Architectural Digest Dec 2013

Architectural Digest    December 2013   Bohemian Rhapsody   With the help of designer Billy Cotton, artist Cindy Sherman recasts a dilapidated 19th Century Hamptons farmhouse as a richly layered, charmingly eccentric refuge...
Get Back Inc Featured in Rough Luxe Design
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Get Back Inc Featured in Rough Luxe Design

Get back Inc. is honored to have a multi-page photo spread and an in-depth interview from our founder, Tim Byrne in Rough Luxe Design. ROUGH LUXE DESIGN features the most exclusive list of interior designers, furniture purveyors, industrial designers, and trend-setting entrepreneurs responsible for bringing “rough luxury” into the cultural consciousness. This beautifully illustrated book showcases the best examples of how the masterful staging of raw imperfection can fulfill the desi...
Industrial Strength: Making Good on the American Dream
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Industrial Strength: Making Good on the American Dream

Tim Byrne of Get Back, Inc. The Media Source Presents: Flea Market Finds Tim Byrne is an Irish cabinet maker with a soft, lilting accent and an easy laugh. He is also the proud owner of Oakville, Connecticut-based, Get Back, Inc. purveyors of vintage American Industrial furniture and living proof that the days of chasing the American dream have not vanished.
Savvy Shopper
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Savvy Shopper

Vintage Industrial Furniture History, Highlights and Helpful Hints. by Susan Regan As seen in Phoenix Home & Garden This so-called Second Industrial Revolution (from about 1870 to 1914) has been considered a turning point in the development...
Designer's Sourcebook
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Designer's Sourcebook

Home improvement resources in Litchfield county by Philip Gorrivan As seen in Connecticut Cottages & Gardens - 03-2012 Spring's arrival brings with it the promise of renewal and change, especially when it comes to our lives...and homes. As an interior designer, I'd say there are few things as satisfying as a home makeover, no matter what the size or scope! Litchfield County has a select group of unique home improvement resources, from beautiful antique flooring to custom lighting f...
GS Magazine
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GS Magazine

Rooms with a view The Dorchester Collection’s ninth hotel features luxurious interiors by Thierry Despont and Wolfgang Puck’s first European venture The Office of Thierry Despont is well known for designing high end priva...
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