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The British photographer Pam Weinstock has been selling her nature-focused images since 2009, and more recently she has made some of her one-off furniture pieces available as well. Now the artist is introducing her first furniture collection: All Paths Lead Home will make its debut at the Decorex International interior design show in London from September 22 to 25. The line consists of three upholstered seating designs that feature Weinstock’s photography as the pattern. The dark porter’s chair, the bright high-backed love seat, and the earthy deep-seated sofa depict tree branches that the Parsons-trained artist shot in different seasons. It takes a team of highly skilled printers and upholsterers as long as three months to transfer her images onto the fabric. Prices start at about $8,000.

Pam Weinstock, www.pamweinstock.com

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