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Explore - Product Design
The design of this timeless piece feels considered, from the distribution of weight to the thickness of the glass.
Individual styles in sets of two
If you spend a lot of time at home listening to your iPod while wandering around from room to room taking calls with a Bluetooth headset, the George, with its ultra-functional remote, is the best...
Cherry wood veneer with black speakers
Chances are, when you think iPod dock you think Bose (as confirmed by its starring role in Wes Anderson's short film Hotel Chevalier). As with the Wave radio before it, Bose does an astounding job...
We had some trouble getting the docking tray on the RoomGroove to open, which got our review off to a rough start. Once we had our iPod in place, though, we ran through a few playlists and found...
In many ways the Geneva blew away the competition, but it’s a little like comparing a Hummer to a Tercel. This large system looks good and the sound is top-notch, but we agree with Andrews on the...
Powder-coated steel and glass
Distressed leather frame lined with wood with a cast bronze hanging pull
Polished-edged glass mounted on MDF
A frame found in the designer's brother's closet that he liked so much he decided to cast it in resin and share it with the world.
Mirror and wire
These infinitely interesting salt and pepper shakers don't just resemble the traditional ear and mouth pieces from the telephones of yore; they really are (unused) pieces taken from from real phones!
Los Angeles native Chris Stiles created these salt and pepper shakers from unglazed refined white clay. A favorite gift because they're so precious and appeal to so many people. Shake them bones.
Originally designed in 1952 by world-renowned designer Eva Zeisel, this timeless tabletop art makes a comeback in a creamy neutral. Each organic, elegant piece is a masterpiece of form and function.
Subtly playful, these plump shakers rock gently back and forth when tipped. A weighted base keeps each glass balanced, ensuring they never fall over.
This salt and pepper set explores a new visual solution: one pot nestling on the other. The tactile pair can be displayed together or separately and is also available in glossy apple green.
Designed by Ron Gilad for Designfenzider's, this salt and pepper shaker–inspired by the mortar and pestle–sits on the line between the abstract and the functional.
This ceramic salt-and-pepper shaker––set in a compact, nesting design––is fun to use, easy to clean, and aesthetically pleasing to look at.