Fortified by a steampunk warehouse exterior at 2201 N. American St., American Street Showroom is like Pinterest brought into the third dimension. The showroom is an outpost of Amuneal, a longstanding custom-fabrication and magnetic shielding manufacturer based in North Philadelphia. Here, steps from an American Ladder are backlit and used as sconces throughout the showroom.
Thom Carroll /PhillyVoice
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The American Street Showroom's outdoor space is complete with a reclaimed metal chimney from the building that is now being used as a wood-fired pizza oven.
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Giant family-style tables are placed throughout the showroom. Many of them are used for entertaining clients.
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The main floor of American Street Showroom, seen from a reflection in a vintage window frame mirror.
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Sputnik Chandelier by Robert True Ogden.
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A found homemade vintage exercise bike sits atop a metallized I-Beam table by Amuneal.
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Scale models of sculpture pieces that can be found in full form in places like Moscow and Trump's Taj Mahal.
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A standard shelving unit designed and manufactured by Amuneal. It's one of the few products American Street Showroom offers for general sale.
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Succulent plants sit atop found petrified wood tables in the foreground with a metallized wood console table by Amuneal in the back.
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A root-based table by Groundwork Home, a Philadelphia-based furniture manufacturer of "beautiful, handcrafted furniture made from locally sourced and reclaimed materials."
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A reclaimed marble table from King of Prussia and a cross-section slab.
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On the second floor of the space is a 'pop-up shop' of third-generation Turkish rugs, over-dyed with modern colors.