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Explore - Furniture & Products
Understated Scandinavian style is translated to an uncomplicated yet sophisticated chair design, courtesy of Dane Cecilie Manz. The upholstered seat is hand-stitched where the leather piping meets...
Ten hues of drawstring stitching contrast Poliform’s multitude of fabric options, all wrapped around Massaud’s sinewy chair frame. We recommend the higher-contrast shades, from an electric blue to...
The deceptively slouchy seating collection by young Italian designer Luca Nichetto is meticulously pieced together and finished with black, red, yellow, or white macro zigzag stitching on one of...
The M.A.S.S.A.S. collection is compact and tidy, defined by the raised, tacking-like stitching along its seams. Upholstery fabric is bonded to wadding to create an ubersturdy covering for its...
This cozy three-seater is part of the retro-influenced PS collection. Moving away from what the designer calls “heavy, clumsy” modern sofas, this light and airy tubular-steel number is made with...
Someone’s finally done it: a high-design beanbag chair for adults. Frolla’s removable cover features cordonnet stitching in an electric blue yarn; the base fabric comes in beige or gray cotton.
This modular sectional has the low-slung, relaxed silhouette of an Italian sofa three times the price. Bright persimmon contrast stitching adds just the right amount of oomph to the otherwise...
Italian designer and architect Antonio Citterio has worked with Vitra for 25 years, and these benches—part of the Grand Repos collection—demonstrate how classic lines can be updated without looking...
These curvy little numbers, sold in packs of six, are hand-turned out of solid oak and walnut and conceal mighty rare-earth magnets.
Levy's plastic carryall is extraordinarily versatile: It can keep tabs on live-work necessities, from notepads to sewing kits.
There is something to be said for perfectly palm-size doodle pads with tear-out pages. Hint: The best ones are made in Japan.
Show your workspace you mean business with this weighty, monochromatic set of desktop pieces.
This agile desk system suspends messages between its wire arms while doubling as a visual divider; the base holds writing implements.
Hay, the Danish tastemakers whose collection is slowly filtering into the U.S. retail market, offers these wool pillows in 11 shades of Kvadrat's Hallingdal fabric. We love their bright and...
A Danish architect translates ornamental motifs from an Iranian mosque into this lightweight pendant made of synthetic paper.
Three connected vases perform an understated balancing act, while cheery accent colors and pale wood nod to Nordic design.
Glassblower Tora Urup is part of the 2012 lineup at Danish Crafts, an organization known for spotting up-and-coming talent. Her colored glass dishes hold a single wick.
A reversible perky polka-dot pattern in jacquard weave graces this jaunty merino wool blanket by Copenhagen textile designer Anne Rosenberg.
Huggable sweater-inspired baskets add a hygge twist on storage containers. Keep on theme and use them for storing yarn and knitting needles.
Forgo shoving photos and loose files into old shoeboxes. Open cubes within a solid oak frame are a much tidier option.