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Explore - Furniture & Products
The MK1 morphs from a coffee table into a dining surface twice the size, all in two swift motions.
Tati epitomizes how Swedes design best: Form meets function with the help of quality materials—in this case, metal frame, stone base, and brass details.
These lightweight stools stack up in a rainbow spiral for easy storage. Two newer iterations—an upholstered version and a barstool—were introduced at this year’s Stockholm...
This bench-turned-table is the ultimate in Québécois design: made of unstained maple and initially built to store firewood. It can store magazines, towels, or shoes and sports a...
This multilevel piece is a chip-‘n’-dip writ large: ideal for displaying a variety of party snacks. Bonus points for its cherry-red, powder-coated finish.
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.
Decked out in chrome, steel, and wood, the cord-free juicer is equipped with a cone sized to press 1¼ quarts of any citrus fruit from lemon to grapefruit.
Though burned toast has its proponents, most people prefer a perfectly crisp, lightly browned slice. Cue the world’s first see-through toaster, designed for peeking.
Arti’s low-profile glass surface looks simple but weighs up to 15 pounds. It comes in a dozen colors, and the digital display is large enough to read across a countertop.
SodaStream has been carbonating tap water since 1903 to the delight of seltzer devotees and plastic-bottle haters alike. Now, Yves Béhar has slimmed its profile and introduced three...
This contraption may look like a Stormtrooper, but its mission is more benevolent: Add milk and starter cultures into the machine, and it whips up seven serving sizes of additive-free homemade yogurt.
Cutting-edge baristas have been promoting a pour-over brewing method of late, and this machine brings it all home. The bonus? A titanium-plated, stainless steel filter eliminates the need for...
These jaunty, tapered mills are designed for a comfortable grip on the exterior and a smooth grind on the interior, thanks to ceramic grindstones.
We'd be hard pressed to find a tastier looking and more environmentally minded timepiece than this one. The Juice clock by Bean Products is made from 100-percent recycled detergent bottles and...
What's not to love about this solid bamboo shelving unit? It's asymetrical! It vaguely looks like a Tetris game! It's hand-finished with an organic oil!
CB2 is a mainstay in terms of chic and affordable furnishings. It might surprise you to learn that many of their pieces are environmentally minded, like this club chair. Beneath its pale blue...
This bucket looks ceramic, but appearances deceive—it’s constructed from a super-lightweight resin. The dimpled surface, rough edges, and leather handles lend nice tactile qualities.
It’s brass, geometric, made by one of our favorite up-and-coming studios, and it’s not attached to a key chain. Need we say more?
A casual wine goblet, Lempi has a wide mouth that lets in major air flow. Serious oenophiles might turn up their noses at the thick tinted glass, but we’re tipping our hats to the funky, low...
Okay, okay—while we do appreciate an out-of-the-box champagne flute, we admit traditional silhouettes exist for a reason. This glass has a slightly squared-off base—a detail that says, ...