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Brad Pitt's Furniture Line Has Frank Pollaro's Art Deco Touch (PHOTOS)

11/03/2012 02:28 pm ET | Updated Nov 05, 2012

According to Architectural Digest, the actor has collaborated with Frank Pollaro, a well-known furnishing firm, on a dozen designs.

The collection of furniture, which will be revealed in New York on November 13, is sleek and graceful with the Art Deco vibe Pollaro is known for. With a limited number of tables and chairs, the piece that is particularly impressive is the bed (only nine will be made), which has a tropical-hardwood frame and tables attached to each side.

And while this may sound completely random, Pitt has actually been thinking of ideas for furniture since the 1990s when he would “doodle” ideas after first discovering Frank Lloyd Wright and Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Plus, his love for architecture has been obvious throughout his work with his Make It Right foundation, where his team designs and builds houses in New Orleans since Hurricane Katrina.

Pitt joins the likes of Justin Timberlake and Lebron James, who both dabble in interior design. Click through our slideshow to see other celebs who are passionate about home decor and head over to Architectural Digest to read the full story and see photos.

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