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Explore - Furniture & Products
Mecho has an advanced, albeit expensive, system. ThermoVeil comes in 48 colors, has four weaves and six levels of opacity. EuroVeil comes in 12 colors, in one weave and level of opacity. Both are...
Semi-automatic machine made of heavy-gauge stainless steel. Takes ground coffee.
Designed by George Nelson in the late 1950s, the Petal Clock has been re-released by Vitra.
Designed by the Swiss architect in 1957.
A classic since 1971, when Arne Jacobsen created it for the Danish National Bank in Copenhagan.
This German-made piece is modeled after classic Black Forest design and updated with sleek and modern proportions.
Imagine a flying saucer with a hole in the center, and it’s easy to grasp the principle behind the XL Cable Organizer from the Dutch company ZHO Innovation. The XL, which has a five-inch diameter,...
Sometimes getting a handle on cable clutter can be as simple as bundling your wires together. ZHO Innovation’s stylish Cable Manager line of colorful flexible coils wrap around bundles of cords to...
Sleek, elegant, and compact, Bluelounge Design’s plastic Cableyoyo is a stylish solution for the cable clutter epidemic. Just over three inches square and about a third of an inch thick, the...
Designed by 31-year-old inventor Chris Hawker, the PowerSquid takes a familiar concept—the power strip—and turns it inside out. The PowerSquid looks like, well, a squid, complete with a pair of...
If you have a six-foot cable where a one-foot length of cord will do, the Cable Turtle may be the answer. Designed by the Dutch company Flex/The Innovation Lab, the Cable Turtle winds up like a yo...
Utilitarian with a bit of flair, the Portariviste does not baffle: The magazines go here. The built-in handle and light weight are nice for those nomadic souls who want to tote their reading...
Simultaneously sculptural and pragmatic, the undulating form of the W’s molded plywood is both pleasing and useful. It’s compact enough for small spaces, though you may be loath to cover up the...
Both minimal and multipurpose, this simple design is good for both magazines and newspapers, and could also serve as an impromptu fort for the kitty. The stained metal of the sprung-open structure...
This hanging rack meets all the requirements of the loft-owning glitterati: brushed anodized aluminum with a flowing, organic shape. Magazines must be folded to fit, but this Gehryesque flourish...
If you wince every time you toss a banana peel into the trash and think, I really need to compost, let your guilt evaporate (or decompose). The Green Cone offers a simple, tidy alternative to the...
The Oko is basic and no-frills. The sheet-steel construction, wide foot pedal, and large mouth are all useful features. Handles adorn the conveniently color-coded bins and look nice against the...
The Twin Touch is quite rugged, belying its pristine appearance. The steel body and lid defy rusting and chipping, which is a practical concern if you spend the majority of your time around refuse....