The supportive back comes up high and tapers toward the top, providing clearance for your elbows—useful if you’re at a computer or pulled up close to a worktable. It’s stackable and ”gangable”—–you can clip several together to create rows.
It’s so popular it’s become ubiquitous—see practically every issue of Dwell.
The recyclable polypropylene plastic may be “eco-friendly,” but it lacks the tactile appeal of the original fiberglass seat, which patinas beautifully. Scour your vintage shops…
All books are not created equal. Hardbounds often run larger than paperbacks, which themselves range from handheld to oversized. Factor in your magazine collection and any number of knickknacks that need a home, and it’s remarkable that shelves so often come in the standard stacked rows of one-height-fits-all rectangles. Store your things on this customizable system and your collections will surely find their proper place.
This salt and pepper grinder, designed by Norway Says for Muuto, is available in white, black, and natural beech wood, but our favorite is this playful multi-colored version. The stacked components reflect their use; the widest piece indicates where you grip the grinding mechanism; the tall section shows where the pepper and salt is stored.