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Explore - Rooms
Inigo Elizalde’s woven dhurries are hand-knotted in Nepal, but he’s deconstructed a few of his boldest patterns into a collection of pillows, all printed in North Carolina and sewn in...
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.
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 kicky mobile console is a blank slate for the home: What exists by day as an unassuming side table is a devilish bar cart by night.
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.
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...
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...
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.
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.
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.
These jaunty, tapered mills are designed for a comfortable grip on the exterior and a smooth grind on the interior, thanks to ceramic grindstones.
Made in France, Revol cookware is known for its durability. Its new Revolution line can withstand any temperature, which makes it a breeze to serve and display food from stove to tabletop to...
Stainless steel and matte gold on one utensil? The effect is far from Frankenstein-ian when the silhouettes are this streamlined.
These PVC coasters by Lebanese designer Peggy Raphael Dabar recall Mediterranean mosaic patterns called zelliges, while keeping things 21st century (heat-resistant, dishwasher safe).
The elongated stems of this set suggest chopsticks with the function of Western cutlery. Choose among five types of wood handles, including ones in wenge and teak.
One of Japan’s oldest porcelain manufacturers, Arita, hired Dutch duo Scholten & Baijings to design a minimalist tabletop collection using traditional Japanese glazes like yellow ochre...
Stainless steel may be the modern flatware standard, but warm-toned metals are making a comeback. This line is designed by a Portuguese company schooled in the fine art of cutlery craftsmanship.
The modular storage unit is made of walnut veneer and, like a beehive, can pack a multitude of storage nooks into a small space.
Calling frequent movers: In under five minutes, you can unscrew Tablo’s three ash-wood legs and pack the pieces into a narrow box.
Delicate pleats span the width of this organic cotton top sheet and edge the pillowcases, creating a subtle and refined embellishment.