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Explore - Design
Take a look at this ceramic set from Vessel, and what do you see: a carafe for wine and eight small glasses, a group of bouquet and bud vases, a utensil container and cups for serving scoops of ice...
Brooklyn is home to Wonk's design studio and showroom, and all of their furniture is made locally but shipped nationally. This 30"x12"x12" bamboo-ply cabinet has lacquered doors that...
Enjoy the smooth sound of vintage vinyl from the comfort of home, or record your records as MP3s onto a USB drive and take them with you on the go; This nifty turntable from Crosley allows you to...
Rather than forever futzing around with the contents of your pockets—leaving piles of nickels and dimes around the house—let this handy change container from Japanese design team ideaco...
Dieter Rams designed Vitsoe's classic universal shelving system in 1960, and now you can buy a simple starter collection online. These pre-planned units come in three sizes and a hanging rail, and...
Each iron Firefly fixture from CB2 comes with five glass shades which would look great lined up above the dining table or kitchen countertop, or illuminating the living room.
After a long day at work it would feel so good to sit down and settle back in black. Victor's FSC-certified maple frame gives a geometric edge to the soft Belgian linen cushions; This armchair was...
Whether you want to liven up a plain t-shirt or add some pep to a pillowcase, these very cool fabric transfers will do the trick. Brooklyn-based illustrator Mike Perry has put together a set of 50...
No need to clutter the crib with plastic playthings when your baby begins to teethe; Their toys can be good for their gums, good for the environment, and darn good-looking, too. Made from solid...
Designed by Poul Henningsen, the PH Artichoke is a 360-degree glare-free luminaire created by 72 leaves that shield the light source, and redirect and reflect the light onto the underlying leaves,...
A mid-century classic, the Bubble Lamp was first designed by George Nelson in 1947. These famous lamps are part of the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York.
This hand-felted, hand-sewn rug from Odegard is made from 100% recycled strips of wool, with a style inspired by traditional artisan craftwork. As it's able to be bought by the square foot, you can...
Blown like bubble gum into a mould, these plastic spheres are metalized internally to give a mirrored finish. This internal metallic design focuses the brightness from the lamp, projecting a soft,...
A hand-blown glass diffuser hangs from a chrome-plated steel stem and base in this truly one-of-a-kind design by Ernesto Gismondi for Artemide.
The Chasen S2 has a chemically photo-etched stainless steel body with borosilicate glass diffuser and is finished in a white or black liquid paint. It was designed by Patricia Urquiola in...
Mirror mirror on the wall, who's the rawest of them all? Designer Stanley Ruiz cut this birch plywood piece to expose the unique grain of the wood, while a leather strap suspends it from the wall....
Done with the dishes? This flat-pack plastic rack will keep your plates and bowls aligned while they dry. Excess water drips off into the draining tray, which can be easily poured from the small...
The bathroom is evolving into a sanctuary and calm retreat, and the furniture you choose helps set the mood. PuraVida is Duravit's second collaboration with Phoenix Design, and the series&mdash...
Artist Molly McGrath began her career as an architect, then translated her love of clean lines and crisp geometry to her laser cut paper prints and wooden jewelry. Pentahedron 3 comes in three...
Design studio urbancase has upcycled standard issue surplus blankets and turned them into something special. These heavy 100% wool throws are fixed up and stitched up in the firm's Seattle workshop...