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Explore - Walnut
Whether you’re serving hot dogs or coq-au-vin, this picnic-style table from Voos is a perfect blend of warm Black Walnut and cold stainless steel. This beauty may not be for parks, but it...
We can't cop to knowing how the heck this walnut clock face hovers, seemingly without support, inside its domed glass cover. But we will admit it caught our eye and we can't stop thinking about how...
If you haven't ever checked out the truly lovely selection of goods at Gretel Home, click on over for a browse through a really, really beautiful set of stuff for the home. These walnut vessels by...
Distinguishing itself as a hand-shaped, hand-sanded chair in a world of mass-produced seats, Corvo and its American walnut curves are one of a kind.
Yes, this walnut room divider will provide a place to stow books, records, and three drawers for littler tchotchkes, and it would definitely work in the middle of a room to break up the space, or...
Pros This limited-edition reissue of Nils Strinning’s stunning String shelf from 1949 has all the humble grace of the original with a trio of lovely hues on the wire supports. The three she...
The special edition Claude dresser marries two of the 1970s favorite colors, avocado green and mustard yellow, with a rich walnut frame. This blast from the mid-century past and can add a retro...
A black walnut top perched on a thin stainless steel base opens to reveal a compartment for storing jewelry— an unexpected surprise the size of a porthole.
1950s Palm Springs was the jumping off point for this walnut console. While we dig the throwback to the atomic era, the low-VOC water-based lacquer and eco-friendly MDF used in this American-made...
Made in Milwaukee from locally harvested walnut and assembled with old-school mortise and tenon joints, Misewell’s Poet Stool keeps it current with powder-coated recycled steel footrests.
Add a water- and scratch-resistant melamine top to a console base, pictured here in walnut veneer, and seat up to ten people in a jiffy.
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...