The Hot Corner — MPG Home Design, Newburyport, Massachusetts

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This room divider is crafted out of vintage ceiling tiles. Photo: Krrb.com/MPGHomeDesign?auto=format?auto=format?auto=format

A unique room divider is crafted out of vintage ceiling tiles.

As part of the series called The Hot Corner, we’ll be featuring Krrb corners that catch our eye with their well-curated inventory. Whether it’s upcycled, secondhand, vintage or handmade, be sure to see for yourself why we think these Krrbsters have it going on.

If you’re in northeast Massachusetts, you’ll want to head to MPG Home Design for your decorating needs. Based in the sleepy coastal town of Newburyport, this home goods studio is anything but. Mindi Poston Gay began offering interior design services 8 years ago and has evolved her company into an in-house upholstery and retail shop. We are big fans of her collection of Vintage Mashups now available on Krrb. Check out for yourself why MPG Home Design’s inspired secondhand finds holds the title for this week’s Hot Corner.

This antique settee gets an updated look with modern fabric. Photo: Krrb.com/MPGHomeDesign?auto=format?auto=format?auto=format

This antique settee gets an updated look with modern fabric.

At MPG, their main love is Mid-century furniture mixed with both new and old pieces, but their focus remains on green products and upcycling. Mindi and her team have salvaged pieces clients were throwing out. Whether it came from the side of a road, an antique show or a thrift store, old pieces have a way of feeling fresh under their care.

Reclaimed wood and chain links make up this custom table. Photo: Krrb.com/MPGHomeDesign?auto=format?auto=format?auto=format

Reclaimed wood and chain links make up this custom table.

If you’re looking for thoughtfully designed pieces made from discarded materials, visit MPG Home Design’s Krrb corner. Be sure to keep an eye on their Facebook for creative ideas for inside your home and out.

 
  • These mid century furnitures are really fascinating especially the table with chain feet. :)

  • The mixture of new and old design and pieces of furniture gives a new look to the house. Some old designs are better than the newer one.

  • I like what they’ve done to the table, the chain leg approach is fresh to me.