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if you haven't been following my Pinterest, you may not know that I have been drowning in home decor world. It's a beautiful place of highly impractical rooms without televisions or storage, there are like twenty pieces of clothes in the closets and mine is vomiting old things from Target and ForeverXXI that I can't bear to get rid of. Every once in a while, while I'm sucked into the online vortex of design blogs and furniture stores, I come across something relevant and Miami-based. 

Meet Rotsen Furniture. I stumbled across Rotsen while creeping around the Miami accounts on Houzz and was instantly attracted to the raw organic designs, especially the dining room tables. In a sea of stark mid-century design and ultra-glam dining rooms, these very natural tables would make super nice centerpieces to the your dining room. Most of the pieces come from naturally fallen trees and they have a bunch of fancy certifications to prove that they take the "eco" and "green" talk seriously. All pieces are eco-friendly, one-of-a-kind and organic. They've provided pieces to the Mandarin Oriental and the W and more. 

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all images via rotsenfurniture.com