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Explore - Dwell
This isn’t your standard pull-out sofa; pushing the backrest down creates a flat sleeping surface. Available in hundreds of fabric and color combinations.
Inspired by a baseball glove’s shape and stitching detail, the versatile upholstered lounge chair features soft, rounded edges—a boon for families with young children. Made in the USA.
Thin layers of white onyx are placed atop acrylic to achieve an acid-washed look for the steel-legged tables.
Foscarini, an Italian lighting manufacturer, introduced seven limited-edition rainbow-inspired colors of its popular LED or incandescent floor lamp.
Celebrating abstract art, the wool-and-flax carpet’s golden gradient mimics the effect of diluted paint spilled on paper.
Bands of vibrant wool embroidery adorn the cotton throw pillow made in India.
Available in 21 hues spanning lemon yellow to rich purple, Swell now comes in two- and three-seat models.
Hand-knotted in Nepal, the vegetable-dyed wool rug translates traditional Navajo flat-weave designs into a plush form.
Latticed red, orange, and brown textile cord make up the sides and back of the indoor-outdoor lounge chair.
Historically, stilt walking was a common way to move through wet terrain in the Gascony region of southwestern France. Bosc, a local furniture maker, uses this reference for its eiderdown-filled sofa.
Origami folding techniques inspired this Italian cashmere throw.
Meant as a temporary haven for an open office plan, this structure improves upon the old cubicle model with a clerestory window and a laminated felt interior.
For a cozy Scandinavian take on an office sound absorber, try Abstracta’s quilted fabric version on ash legs.
Knoll expands its line of classic American office furniture with a worktable set on tubular steel rails and legs.
This streamlined version of the classic task chair features a mesh seat and back that allow a range of poses without manual adjustment.
The French designer’s ideal work chair warms up the category with a walnut veneer shell, Gabriel upholstery, and leg options including casters (as shown) or wooden legs.
A seat made from steel, nylon, polypropylene, and aluminum was designed to accommodate nine new postures identified in a company study on how people work today.
from one of the stalwarts of American workplace design includes a butterfly-shaped back that allows for dynamic, flexible support.
The designer’s ergonomic legacy lives on with a chair that features a tri-panel mesh back and the company’s patented mechanism-free recline.