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Explore - Ash
This harvested Ash bookend caught our eye on a recent trip to the San Francisco Museum of Craft + Design, which has a lovely little shop nestled in at the Sutter Street location. Cut and shaped...
Tote hors d'oeuvres to the table on HemDing, and when the nibbles are noshed the platter will become a centerpiece. The porcelain plate has a solid ash handle, like a spade half-immersed in a milky...
This pert perch by Alex Hellum takes the silhouette of a classic stool and tweaks it, just a bit, folding the seat up and ever so slightly around your posterior.
The Peggy series is designed for both residential dining and commercial use. The table is made from solid ash, with a veneered ash top and solid lipping. It has been designed for flexibility of use...
A two-legged side table? A two-legged side table! As sturdy as its four-footed friends, this box leans flush against the wall, ready to keep your books, bits, bobs, and tchochkes close at hand...
As potent today as when the Great Bambino swung one. Nothing screams “America” louder or with such verve as a Louisville Slugger. They’re still made in downtown Louisville, and...
We've long been fans of gabions—those rock filled cages usually used for civil engineering purposes. They've made their way into high-design buildings (thanks, Herzog + de Meuron) and now...
An elevated fascimile of the treestump, this table is raw, unfinished, and sustainable, as it's made from FSC-certified domestic ash or maple and polished to a smooth finish.
Zen Conference III, designed by Åke Axelsson, is availalbe with ash or stain legs, and fabric or leather upholstery.
The Österlen chair is named for the area in southern Sweden in which it was built. Sempé, a southerner herself, used typical bentwood techniques to craft the piece, which features U-shaped cuts in...
Two former Georg Jensen colleagues bring a similar heirloom approach to their new venture, a company producing handmade goods from classic materials, like the ash wood shown here.
The ash-and-lacquered-aluminum light sports a rustproof steel hook that can be hung from a tree branch.
The urban cyclist is often the one who can least afford giving over a chunk of the living room to her bike. But the ingenious Bike Shelf by San Francisco designer Chris Brigham solves the problem...