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Explore - Wood
The Cube by Eastvold Furniture is a piece that certainly lives up to its name, a refreshingly unfussy cabinet design that comes in reclaimed Douglas Fir, maple, walnut, or white oak.
Forgo the unruly pile of books, papers, pens and magazines next to the bed, and instead opt for the The Grove nightstand, a clean, classic small cabinet from Room & Board, which will tidily house...
As a young Dutch designer, Ineke Hans is practically required to produce work that is playful and ironic. She did not disappoint at the Milan Furniture Fair in 2007, when Cappellini introduced her...
How handy to have a hollow end table, where magazines, books, and papers can live comfortably and conveniently right there when you need and want them. Brooklyn-based Brave Space Design has made...
Boston-based Chroma Lab knows that color is key when you want to make a cheery statement. This eye-catching birch plywood wall clock will most certainly get your attention when you need to keep...
There are few things nicer than sitting yourself down in the backyard on a sunny day, book in your hand and warm breeze on your face. Extend yourself a bit and put your feet up, or relax happily...
These handmade, bias-cut beech wood Avva serving boards from Teroforma are so simple, we imagine they'd go perfectly with any interior decor, hors d'oeuvre, or main dish. Easy clean-up-- just wipe...
The bed is made using Baltic birch plywood with a clear anti-yellowing and non-toxic finish. It easily accommodates all standard size twin mattresses, while the mattress supports are well...
Wrestling with writer's block? Pull up a chair. The force is strong with this one, a deceptively simple desk by Tomoko Azumi with space for laptop and power cords, pens and paper. Your Star Wars...
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.
Keep your hours, minutes, and seconds in perfectly pixellated order with this bamboo clock designed by Yusuke Tsujita, which offers a checkerboard glimpse at the beautiful grain of the wood.
One weekend is all it takes to fabricate a bike frame from bamboo— a renewable and performance-positive material growing right in our backyard— assemble the components, and roll away with a custom...
Why rock like a horse when you can roll like a rabbit? This birch plywood bunny from Roebuck Studio comes flat-packed for easy shipment, with slotted pieces for easy assembly, and a sweet, simple...
Alexander Girard’s designs spiced up Herman Miller’s Action Office nearly four decades ago, but today these environmental enrichment panels have a new audience to engage—your...
Distill the basics of a sake barrel and what have you got? Maple and steel, transformed. RS Barcelona's booth at ICFF had a playful take on quite a few classics (if you've been looking...
There were quite a few beautifully crafted wood pieces at ICFF this year, and we loved the look of these angled end tables from Canadian designer Kurt Dexel. Constructed from white oak and...
This console table by Andrew Moe is made from salvaged hardwood beams recovered from dismantled buildings. His clean, minimal designs made an impression at ICFF this year, and the rest of the...
The musical revoution has been digitized, sure, but no matter how many MP3s we download there will never, ever be anything better than the sweet sound of vinyl. Designer Chris Adamick appreciates...
LA-based Mod Mom Kiersten Hathcock made this bright Bertie Box from birch plywood, a sturdy storage choice for scattered toys; Roll it from room to room to pick up the pieces of playtime.
The Toy/Chaise from Brooklyn-based designer Lisa Albin is a durable dresser and storage unit that doubles as a comfy space for your kid to sit and lounge. The birch plywood box has a built-in...