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Explore - Rooms
A sooty finish for stainless-steel flatware made in Portugal elevates everyday utensils.
Sweden-by-way-of-California designer Greta Magnusson Grossman's iconic lighting is now available in a compact sconce version.
An internal pendulum keeps this clock ticking, and its balancing function makes the piece rock like a metronome.
The fully upholstered side chair is an exercise in cantilevered forms. The designer wanted a seat that is as comfortable and stable as a recliner but trim enough for small spaces.
The 90 Degree collection offers a lever shower handle, six-inch water-efficient shower head, faucet, and stylish grab bar. Available in warm-toned brushed nickel or classic chrome.
Wall-mounted toilets can be hung at a height that’s accessible to wheelchair users. The vitreous china dual- flush bowl uses 1.6 or 0.8 low-flow gallons per flush.
This handheld shower features a five-inch-wide spray face and three different water-flow settings. A special limescale-resistant surface makes maintenance easy.
Under-sink clearance offers greater flexibility for wheelchair users and can also accommodate step stools for young children. Shown with Duravit’s Vero washbasin ($415–$690).
The Saarinen-esque swoop of this feeder’s roofline suggests machine tooling, but every copper unit is made by hand in Virginia.
The Italian designer’s second collaboration with the American retailer yields over 100 summer-ready pieces, like these graphic towels.
Urquiola’s best-selling Canasta series gets an update with a new interlaced polyethylene frame and expanded colorways.
Part Maarten Baas, part animated robot, this small-scale barbecue is a fun option for outdoor cooking.
The exuberant French designer may have been inspired by Surrealism, but his plush modular sofa is a practical choice for a covered terrace.
The three-part planter shows up its humble terra-cotta cousins by putting the growing process on display. The clear body is also a four-week water reservoir.
The Copenhagen studio brings a dash of Danish influence to its clean-lined outdoor collection.
The round, concrete landscape planter is finished with a raised geometric motif and a raw, sandblasted finish.
More complex than it seems at first glance, each of Novague’s origami-inspired aluminum chairs requires eight hours of fabrication.
Handblown curves and smoked glass options make this carafe, and its lid that can double as cup, a no-brainer for outdoor entertaining.
Cheery, textured textiles for the beach or poolside designed by the impresarios of pastel, Dutch design duo Stefan Scholten and Carole Baijings.
The up-to-the-moment geometry of this outdoor-appropriate table is extra versatile, thanks to its powder-coated steel top and legs, available in 48 colors.