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Explore - Design
Despite its delicate appearance, this bed’s loftiness defies its substantial mass. The curved, laminated feet—a Vita hallmark—suspend the mattress snugly in a remarkably strong...
Elegant modernity is to be found in our Vita Collection. Half-blind dovetails join the ash drawer interiors to solid cherry fronts and are set flush with the front of the case. You’ll find...
These galvanized steel planters work both indoors and out, offering a sleek-but-inexpensive addition to any green scheme.
It's a feat of woodworking that the thin, tapered legs of Studio Dunn's stool will support the weight of any sitting member of your family, but it's no surprise that the traditional joinery and...
Our love for accent pillows knows no bounds, so its surprise that this groovy birdie caught our eye. The design comes from David Weidman, an artist whose works are just as vibrant today as...
For those about to bike, we salute you. When you have to pack up your two wheels for a trip before you hit the road, however, Biknd's helium case will keep your prized cycle in mint condition. Its...
Eating al fresco on a balmy summer day is pretty much perfection, but lugging around the dining supplies can be a hassle. This compact take on a picnic basket makes taking food to-go an easy affair...
Cheap, cheerful, and always on hand to pop open a (root)beer? What's not to like about this tough little anodized aluminum accessory from Timbuk2. The strong velcro strap will clasp right onto your...
Support the seamless union of doing good and looking good with this Words tee, part of the artist series started by champion-of-awesome-people-and-projects Dave Brown of Holiday Matinee. All...
If you're one of the lucky ones with a backyard that's got a bit of extra space, there's certainly worse ways to spend a warm afternoon than whiling away the hours swaying gently in a balmy breeze....
We are still a little torn on the digital book revolution. It obviously makes loads of sense—it's can be a bummer to lug multiple novels along in a compact suitcase, and is pretty amazing to...
Dustpans are often relegated to the kitchen's darkest corners, but not without good reason; The old, rusty-and-crusty metal versions can get caked with crud pretty quickly. Ole Jensen's bight...
All floors are not created equal, or evenly-sized. Rugs, however, often come in a pretty standard set of dimensions that may or may not suit the space you've got available in your living room. The...
The age-old "where the heck is the TV remote?!" conundrum can finally be solved with this embroidered pillow that has a purpose-built pocket sewn right on the front. Tuck the controller...
While it is certainly not a sofa, pendant, kitchen remodel, or generally any kind of big ticket item you scrimp and save and lust for, a doormat is one of the first little touches you—and...
No one likes being the first guest to reach for the hors d’oeuvres, but we know we’re not the only ones eying the mixed nuts and deviled eggs the moment we walk through the front door....
The London Festival of Architecture partnered with Transport for London to launch the "New London Skyline" competition, and the results have just been announched. Look closely at winner...
There's something striking about this drawn steel pendant. The glossy, opaque shade casts light down, but shines on the cord above as well.
Maestro-of-lighting Poul Henningsen designed the PH Snowball in 1924, and its glare-free radiance is just as clear today. The aluminum shades are placed at just the right angles to ensure even...