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  1. Bringing Beets to the Streets
    Profiles

    Bringing Beets to the Streets

    The beats you hear booming through the Oakland streets might be emanating from the cars of future rap stars—or from the People's Grocery Mobile Market.

    written by: Mimi Zeiger
    07.27.09

  2. Bruce Aidells Reviews 5 36-inch Cooktops
    Product Reviews

    Bruce Aidells Reviews 5 36-inch Cooktops

    Not quite at home on the range? No need to boast the most roast? For boiling, frying, searing, and simmering, the drop-in cooktop is king.

    written by: Sam Grawe
    05.28.09

  3. Cafe Trays by David Rasmussen Design
    Product

    Cafe Trays by David Rasmussen Design

    Colorado-based designer David Rasmussen recently released a line of wooden cafe trays that is the perfect blend of modern-meets-craft. What started out as a small commission for a local restaurant...

    written by: Diana Budds
    04.09.12

  4. Cake Form

    Cake Form

    For guests who just want "the tiniest sliver" to those willing to eat the entire pie, here's a cake form to fit all appetites. The form molds the batter into a ring comprising 15...

    $35.00

  5. Cake Server

    Cake Server

    Cutting the first piece of the cake is always the most difficult. Magisso makes it possible to easily slice and slide out that initial serving with its elegant Cake Server (also available in...

    $50.00

  6. Cammeo Jar

    Cammeo Jar

    The Cammeo jar by Louise Campbell is a clean and simple jar design with a twist. Interchangeable colorful bands remind you which has what inside of it and add just a touch of whimsy. Available in...

  7. Canteen
    Food

    Canteen

    Great Britain has never had a reputation for great food—it is, after all, the nation where a dish called mushy peas is purportedly a good thing. But designer-cum-restaurant- entrepreneur...

    written by: Sarah Rich
    05.13.09

  8. Caving in Wine Country
    Post

    Caving in Wine Country

    While stem heights and glass colors change with the whims of culinary fashion, the shape of a wine glass has remained essentially the same for several centuries. One could argue it's a design that...

    written by: Sarah Rich
    05.04.09

  9. Ceramics by Montes Doggett
    Product

    Ceramics by Montes Doggett

    A journey through the Intertubes recently landed me at the homepage of Montes Doggett. The stunning line of Peruvian ceramics is the work of Mexican designer Monica Porter.

    written by: Miyoko Ohtake
    03.30.11

  10. Chantal

    Chantal was founded in 1979 by Heida Thurlow, president of Chantal Cookware Corp., who initially designed Chantal's products. She has received 26 design and utility patents from the US and...

    03.10.10

  11. Cheers Wine Glasses

    Cheers Wine Glasses

    Cheers! A Votre Santé! Kampai! However you want to say it, these glasses are ready for clinking. Bottoms up, birthday person!

    $20.00

  12. Chef's Table
    House Tours

    Chef's Table

    When these full-time foodies renovated their Chicago condo, getting the kitchen right meant finding the right kitchen island. Editor-in-chief Sam Grawe invites himself over to sample the fruits of...

    written by: Sam Grawe
    photos by: Matthew Williams
    02.03.10

  13. Chelsea Jackson's S'mores Tart
    Food

    Chelsea Jackson's S'mores Tart

    On the cover of our March 2010 Recipe for Success issue, Chelsea Jackson sits at the kitchen island while her husband, Arthur, plates their dinner. What steals the shot from the Chef's Table...

    written by: Miyoko Ohtake
    photos by: Matthew Williams
    03.15.10

  14. Chicken Chapel
    Outdoor

    Chicken Chapel

    Architect Keith Moskow grew up doing grunt construction work. His dad was a builder and after his first year of college, he helped build their family's summer home. "I was doing lowly work,...

    written by: Miyoko Ohtake
    09.20.11

  15. City Guide: 8 Places to Visit in Pittsburgh
    City Guide

    City Guide: 8 Places to Visit in Pittsburgh

    In our July/August 2014 issue, architect Andrew Moss walks us through the home he and his wife, electrical engineer Michelle Yanefski, built for their family in Pittsburgh's up-and-coming...

    written by: Allie Weiss
    06.17.14

  16. Cityboy Picnic Grill
    Food

    Cityboy Picnic Grill

    For our June 2011 Beach Houses We Love issue (now on newsstands!), we rounded up seven mini grills. One we loved but weren't able to include in the mix was the Cityboy Picnic Grill by designer...

    written by: Miyoko Ohtake
    06.12.11

  17. Coasters

    Coasters

    These PVC coasters by Lebanese designer Peggy Raphael Dabar recall Mediterranean mosaic patterns called zelliges, while keeping things 21st century (heat-resistant, dishwasher safe).

    $35.00

  18. Cocktail Hour in Borrego Springs
    Food

    Cocktail Hour in Borrego Springs

    In our September issue, we visited the Borrego Springs, California, home of Doug and Stacey Chapman Paton. Not only are they great collectors of mid-century art and design, but the couple also...

    written by: Aaron Britt
    08.28.12

  19. Coffee Break: Albany's Local 123
    Food

    Coffee Break: Albany's Local 123

    San Francisco has its fair share of third-wave coffee so we jumped at the chance to visit one of the East Bay's newest offerings. On a pleasantly sleepy stretch of Solano Avenue, Berkeley-based...

    written by: Diana Budds
    photos by: Diana Budds
    07.18.12

  20. Coffee Break: Dwell's Guide to 7 Great Coffee Shops
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    Coffee Break: Dwell's Guide to 7 Great Coffee Shops

    In our series, Coffee Break, Dwell editors travel far and wide to cover some of the most well designed coffee shops in the land. Follow along on Dwell's caffeine fueled tour of seven great coffee...

    written by: Megan Hamaker
    07.10.13

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