Filter by article type:
Filter by author:
Filter by eras:
Filter by event types:
Filter by home cost range:
Filter by location types:
Filter by lot types:
Filter by post date:
Filter by product categories:
Filter by structure types:
Filter by topics:
Filter by section:
Explore - Living Room
Wall shelves are wonderful for storage and display, giving books, pictures, and knick knacks a good-looking home that doesn't take up valuable real estate on the floor. Waveform's generous 13 inch...
Eje 1, a birch plywood side table by José Antonio Gurrola, is part of the very cool collection from Pirwi, a Mexico City-based manufacturer dedicated to sustainable processes and good,...
Greenery looks great in the garden, but bringing a little bit of nature indoors as well is always a good idea. These spun aluminum, powder coated planters from LA-based Pad Outdoor look as...
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...
We briefly spotted these big, brilliant pendants in a showroom in Milan and, like a poignant Craigslist missed connection, have been pining for them ever since. Then a serendipituous web search...
Ligne Roset's LED-lit Pixel clock recalls a time when life's simple pleasures—like sleeping in late—weren't seen as clear cause for alarm.
Made by female workers in Botswana, where Mabeo is based, and under economically and environmentally sustainable conditions, this colorful new line of crafted furniture by Patty Johnson is designed...
This thin stick of a table lamp, standing trim on its fiberglass base, comes in four colors for every fashionista—and its innovative, reflective light "diffuser" spreads a warm glow throughout the...
This is one of the latest releases from Shimna, a small two-person design team based in Manhattan. Called the Neosho Credenza, the piece features three Corian doors with laser-engraved, three...
Lighting designer Tom Dixon released this pendant lamp in 2006 at the Milan Furniture Fair. The shade is constructed of plastic polycarbonate and sheathed in a mirror-like copper finish.
Designed by Patricia Urquiola, and released by Kettal, the Maia line of outdoor furniture—which features intricate, handwoven, Alhambra-tiled plaiting—feels even more relaxed with this newly added...
A trio of untreated woods—ash, hoop pine, and plywood—were used for this sculptural occasional chair.
Designed in 1948, this was the first plastic chair to be mass produced. Today's chairs are true to the originals and are fully authentic, with updated materials to meet environmental requirements....
Picture the Mosspink as a lichen-covered pile of stones in the woods or an algae-laden mass of deep-sea minerals. Inspired by organic forms, the sofa is constructed with natural fabrics and...
Possibly the first light made completely of polycarbonate in transparent or batch-dyed black. It takes three 40-watt E14 bulbs.
The brothers Bouroullec conceived the angular Facett range much like a piece of origami—its unique stitched cover unfolding into a single sheet. It’s available in a range of fabrics, and the...
The unusual name for Häberli’s chair comes from artist Paul Klee’s description of drawing. The chair’s steel frame is covered with injected polyurethane foam. Upholstering options vary. Base...
The undersized J.J. was created to complement Citterio’s oversize Arne sofas. Steel rods support a stained oak frame, between which a series of crisscrossed seatbelt-like bands make up the seat,...
This chair was initially released in 1948 with the catchy title No. 70 and later became known as the Womb chair thanks to its inviting embrace. A padded and upholstered fiberglass shell sits on a...
Foam seat pad, interior and exterior available in wool and leather