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Explore - Design Ideas
Loop was a table prototype before being produced for London Design in 1997, then picked up by Cappellini and, later, turned into a desk. “When you design that very first piece you have no...
Uno's been around since the early 1970s, and the simple card game never seems to lose its appeal. The classic design just got a graphic update with the recently released Uno Mod, which comes in a...
West London landmark Trellik Tower gets the gold leaf treatment on this architectural plate. While it's dishwasher and microwave safe-- definitely fit for the table-- it almost seems a shame to...
If you live in San Francisco and feel like browsing a wonderland of Japanese design gifties, a trip to New People—a three-story shop, gallery, and underground movie theaters—is in order...
Because a few dinnertime spills are inevitable, frame your food with a festive mat befitting the tasty meal you're about to enjoy. We love the circular pattern and pops of earthy color that...
Modeled on the classic Emeco 1006 Navy chair of 1944, but made from 111 recycled plastic bottles, the 111 Navy chair marries iconic form with a highly progressive brand of manufacturing. Made of...
They may look like traditional envelopes, but these special sleeves from Artecnica are far more functional—and will last a whole lot longer—than any plain manila mailer. Created from...
We imagine wall-tethered telephones aren't exactly flying off the shelves these days, but after spending the past year in an apartment with zero cell service (darn you, AT&T!) we've never been...
Sometimes—not always, but sometimes—it's just too much effort to hang your separates up back in the closet where they belong at the end of the day. While it may be tempting to toss your...
Would you believe this sleek side table started out as a pile of milk jugs? Postconsumer, industrial high-density polyethylene looks so much better when it's holding your lemonade, not holed up in...
Love your products. It's the motto that drives Dutch designer Dave Hakken, and it's an ethos we can completely and totally get behind. This oversized ceramic mug is handmade, then handpainted by...
Blazing sun is splendid until you’re sweating bullets and turning red. Let this polyester Paddo shield you from the raging rays.
Don't just dispose of this alfresco fine-dining set—Boxsal offers a completely compostable spread.
The hyper-hip borough of Brooklyn is home to Roll & Hill’s manufacturing hub, where Jason Miller’s ever-so-subtle Gothic-style Modo chandelier (4-sided, 15 globes) is made from a...
Watch your backyard become prime real estate, simply by sticking Pip Pip straight into the lawn. The lacquered steel feeder by Swedish designer Stina Sandwall will give your feathered friends a...
Brooklyn-based design studio Um Project had a great booth at this year's ICFF, eye-catching with a wall of the signature Milking Stools. We really liked the look of these new L.U.M. lamps, with...
A favorite find from ICFF was Studio Gorm's Milk Bottle lamps. The Eugene, Oregon-based studio creates the hand-blown pendants with either one shade, or a unique shade-within-a-shade design, some...
Return to Me’s high-design DIY necklace comes with your choice of silver or 24k gold plated piece, needlepoint needle, thread, and threader, plus practice templates and directions, then it...
This three-pronged hanger by Gustav Hallên for Design House Stockholm will look good on the wall whether it's awaiting your things or left holding the bag. The powder-coated aluminum shaft...
We own one of these Bentos from Black + Blum and find it quite satisfying loading our lunch into it in the morning. The top secures completely shut, preventing any unwanted spills in the commuter...