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We are unabashed suckers for niches, nooks, ledges, and crannies used to store and display small things around the house. This powder-coated steel shelf adheres to the wall with a few strips of...
Pros Another quintessential cafe chair—this one sturdy and suitable for sidewalks (it used to grace the decks of ocean liners). Made of galvanized steel, it's available in either a metal fin...
Pros The Dr. Yes is no shrinking violet; the bold, sweeping profile makes a big statement in any room. We love the contrast between the glossy exterior and matte interior, and the texture of the s...
Pros In case you missed it, we’ll say it again: It costs $29. When folded, it’s just two inches wide: Stash a few in your closet to accommodate extra guests. Cons It’s engin...
Pros With six base colors and more than 80 different Knoll fabrics for the cushion, this baby is almost endlessly customizable. Super-comfortable, thanks to the padded seat and gently curved back....
SANAA is well known for its concrete architectural comissions, but the small-scale medium of polyurethane seems to suit its minimalist tendencies just fine, as evidenced by this new line of cheery...
Gravity gets this can flowing—hold the silicone tube down to water and up to stop—and magnets conveniently hold the hose in place for storage.
They look great. They sound great. They come in loads of cool colors. These rubber minis easily stow away in your pocket when not in use. Win-win-win-win.
From the front, this dresser gives just a hint of its true color. The painted portion—–nontoxic and low VOC, natch—–wraps around the entire exterior of the piece.
Mother Nature’s finest beech meets man-made plastic in this stackable seat that makes the most of both materials’ properties.
When the enameled steel Krenit bowl was first released in the 1950s, its designer Herbert Krenchel said, “The idea was to make a beautiful bowl, preferably so functional and delicate that it...
For this versatile indoor/outdoor seat, Philippe Starck mined the silhouettes of the Arne Jacobsen Series 7, Eames Shell chair, and Saarinen Tulip armchair.