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Explore - Dining Room
The three legs of this steel stool span the seas from England to New Zealand, a cross-continental collaboration between the Brit and Kiwi designers behind Scott, Rich, and Victoria.
Slim stems and blooming buds appear to hover in this faintly tinted glass double bubble.
Set this handblown beaut directly on your side table for a low glow to light the pages of your nighttime reading.
Designed by Ding3000, the Rainbow trivet is an exercise in space-saving design. It neatly folds up into its namesake shape to help keep drawers tidy and opens up to become the perfect perch for...
Iko's mix of marble and American oak is a match made in materials heaven.
One fish, two fish, red fish…(well almost) will protect your table in Alessi's Pescher trivet. When not in use, it folds up to form a neat and tidy school ready to rise to the occasion the...
Though the residents of the last working Shaker village may have set aside their tools, you can still get your fix of elegant simplicity from the replicas produced by Shaker Workshops. The slightly...
The clean lines and warm finish make the Evans table a good fit for trads, mods, and those who can’t make up their minds. The family-run metal fabricator Bell Manufacturing makes the steel...
When the enameled steel Krenit bowl was first released in the 1950s, its designer Herbert Krenchel said, “The idea was to make a beautiful bowl, preferably so functional and delicate that it...
For this versatile indoor/outdoor seat, Philippe Starck mined the silhouettes of the Arne Jacobsen Series 7, Eames Shell chair, and Saarinen Tulip armchair.
The simplest and cutest trivet I've seen in a while, from the Danish company Ferm Living. A chain of cork balls on a raw leather string—so simple, so clever. Plus, affordable!
I ogled this digitally printed tablecloth at the design store HAY in Copenhagen, and was pleased to discover it's available stateside as well. The design, by Copenhagen-based textile and color...
A friend who recently got married registered for Taika dinnerware, and I was immediately smitten with Klaus Haapaniemi's whimsical illustrations for this Iitalia line. Taika (which means "...
These pots in 15 different colors can be emblazoned with a logo or, if an insignia isn’t your style, left plain. Bauer’s line of ceramics extends from the kitchen to the living room to...
Tactile and organic, these handmade pendants combine the neutral tones of kiln-fired terra-cotta with a shiny, white porcelain glaze.
Stainless steel may be the modern flatware standard, but warm-toned metals are making a comeback. This line is designed by a Portuguese company schooled in the fine art of cutlery craftsmanship.
The modular storage unit is made of walnut veneer and, like a beehive, can pack a multitude of storage nooks into a small space.
The elongated stems of this set suggest chopsticks with the function of Western cutlery. Choose among five types of wood handles, including ones in wenge and teak.
These PVC coasters by Lebanese designer Peggy Raphael Dabar recall Mediterranean mosaic patterns called zelliges, while keeping things 21st century (heat-resistant, dishwasher safe).
Chabera disassembles and reconstructs the wood barstool archetype, inserting a diag- onal stick through the seat and legs that functions as structural reinforcement, backrest, and coat hook.