There is no doubt that the New York City subway system is iconic, so why wouldn't 718 Made in Brooklyn want to upcycle decommissioned signs and fixtures into cool furniture pieces? I'm sure other design agencies are kicking their behinds (or each other's) for not doing this themselves.
Dubbing their line the 'Subway Series,' 718 Made in Brooklyn decided not to simply recycle old subway memorabilia, but also to create their own decor inspired by subway parts. Bringing character to your home, would you be interested in housing refurbished subway fixtures?
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