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Explore - Wood
The 1958 molded plywood side chair by Norman Cherner is the companion to the classic Cherner arm chair. The perfect dining chair, it is built to be handed down from generation to generation....
The 1958 molded plywood armchair by Norman Cherner, a mid-century icon found in design collections worldwide, is now available to a new generation of furniture collectors. Reissued in exacting...
We will readily admit that organization is not our strong suit. It's possible that our desk at work has elicited gasps of horror from innocent colleagues passing by. These beechwood blocks were...
Cranbrook Academy Designer-in-Residence Scott Klinker created the Truss series for Context Furniture, making this a thoroughly modern Michigan collaboration. The birch plywood pieces are given a...
Quistgaard created this 1967 teak piece, which has a rectangular top with a hinged flip-top superstructure and is fitted with drawers and pigeonholes above a four-drawer frieze. It was...
A sleek and stunning teak piece, designed by Kai Kristiansen in the 1960s. The floating design features three drawers with full-width tab pulls, a filing cabinet, brass keyholes, and 2...
This solid walnut piece features a stout pedestal with three drawers with inset handles; Nakashima designed it to be positioned on either the left or the right, depending on the user's need. The...
Marcel Breuer designed this maple desk in 1938 for the dormitory at Rhoads Hall, Bryn Mawr College.
It's tough to remember all the way back when our only possessions were playthings, and everything we owned could be carted around the house with pride. Scot and Amy Herbst of Kaiku designed the...
Danish designer Kay Bojesen, best known for his menagerie of carved-wood animals, created this solid-beech rocking horse in 1951 for Rosendahl, who recently reissued the piece (albeit with smaller...
Created in the 1955 by Danish furniture designer Nanna Ditzel, this teak high chair is rare and in excellent condition. Ditzel, who trained as a cabinetmaker, also crafted a pine and oak version,...
This Hans J. Wegner design was originally created in 1956 and released by Carl Hansen and Son in 2005. The chair is stackable, and suitable as either a dining or a desk chair. The seat of this...
These porcelain and cork salt and pepper shakers were named for the latitude where Denmark meets Norway, but designed for the dining table at the intersection of mashed potatoes and green beans. We...
Florence Knoll designed this three-drawer piece in 1949—it was one of her earlier mass-produced creations. It features a single pedestal and tapering legs. It has been restored, and it's in...
Even with all the work that needed to be done, the house had some wonderful moments—like this corner window in the master bedroom. The roof of the area below will become a deck. Stay tuned for Post...
Santa never looked better than he does on this solid maple Marilyn Neuhart print from House Industries, a great graphic image of the man with all the toys. Merry Christmas, all! Here's hoping...
A bounty of salvaged fir provided inspiration for the Whitaker Collection, a stellar collaboration between Semigood's Thom Jones and (Dwell's very own senior designer!) Brendan Callahan, and...
We love this little bit of bot decor from the Museum of Robots shop. You can use these six little guys (made from dark and light rimu wood) individually as coasters, or let them join forces...