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Explore - Dining Room
The Big Bang Chandelier has a powerfully structural luminous body, characterized by a play of shadow and light. It provides an intense, vivid and direct light and an airy appearance. Available in...
The ring around these bone china plates from Areaware may look like a stray strand of spaghetti, but in fact it's a goldie lookin' chain. Designer Jason Miller adorned the dinnerware (which also...
Straightforward take on the tastes of your meal or cheeky commentary on the relative dispositions of your dinner guests? You be the judge (!), but be sure to set the table accordingly. These...
What good is a fresh carafe of coffee if you have to travel back to the kitchen for a quick steamy top-up? These Montreal-made trivets will keep your hot pots conveniently within reach without...
This richly hued retro wallpaper harks back to the iconic work of the lovely Lucienne Day, almost as if the dome of Calyx were re-imagined as dandelions and hand-screened by a mother-daughter team...
A snowflake-inspired seat for the graphically inclined, the painted-wood Nanook puts a stylistic stop to the whiteout of minimal modernist decor.
The concept of a "finished" product is entirely subjective. Forgoing formal joinery for cable ties and a wooden seat and back for cardboard, Zipfred is still a construction that's far...
Distinguishing itself as a hand-shaped, hand-sanded chair in a world of mass-produced seats, Corvo and its American walnut curves are one of a kind.
Though it looks like a topsy-turvy bouquet of bubbles, this chandelier's 37 individual bulbs were made with molten glass, not soap and water.
Though this delicate-looking pendant was inspired by Louis XIV's palatial decor, its postconsumer Tyvek shade is better suited for the current age of rough-and-ready upcycling.
Simple sawhorse table, you say? Not so. The top of this table - a mixture of virgin and recycled aluminum - presses directly into place atop its trestle base with no need for nails or screws. The...
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...
This 100 percent New Zealand wool rug gives you the stunning plane’s eye view of America’s cultivated heartland that usually only accompanies a $7 snack box and—of course—a...
Despite their prickly, pineapple-like exterior, these vessels are soft to the touch. Handmade from felted 100 percent wool in Portland, Oregon, they’re better suited to housing a selection of...
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...