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Explore - Accessories
In the summer, when coats are buried deep in closets and hooks are merely an unpleasant reminder of cold times ahead, the Symbol coatrack functions as a decor-ative piece. Simply flip the hooks...
For anyone living alone or just feeling lonely, these friendly extraterrestrials are companionable without the hassle of having to give them food, water, or attention. When you find yourself a mate...
Inspiration can strike at any time. For Ole Jensen, it happened while using a folded newspaper to clean up a mess in his studio. After realizing its usefulness, he substituted his morning read with...
Designed by the Swiss architect in 1957.
Designed by 31-year-old inventor Chris Hawker, the PowerSquid takes a familiar concept—the power strip—and turns it inside out. The PowerSquid looks like, well, a squid, complete with a pair of...
This modular set gives you the handy option of situating the separate compartments according to your needs, which could be quite helpful in the likely event that an oddball object won’t fit. The...
This is one of the few products that infuses a bit of color into the gaggle of cords and batteries that typically inhabit junk drawers. These containers are bigger and deeper than the rest of the...
Like the Viola organizers—and NFL running back Jerome Bettis—these mesh bins are on the larger side. Junk drawers accumulate mess from the careless tossing of miscellany, and these durable metal...
In addition to being a sustainable material, bamboo has a striking color striation to its grain, and is nice enough to be displayed just about anywhere. These crafted modular boxes are big enough...
Suitable for the savviest alumni of the Transformers generation, 2D3D is a coatrack in disguise: a flat perforated sheet that you fold into a five-hooked wall-mount rack in five easy steps.
Structurally streamlined, Tree Hooked is inspired by flowering branches, though we think it could also pass as a subway map. Display it in any orientation, or supplement it with additional modules...
A leafless birch perched on a Saarinen base may be the spiritual symbol for austere Finnish winters, but in the flesh it feels a little flimsy. Heavy coats will likely break branches, and at this...
As an infinitely extendable chain of hooks, Tom Dixon’s paperclip-inspired Wire coatrack provides stalwart stainless steel utility and is flexible enough to wrap around corners.
Call it a digitized creeper, or a functional version of Algue, Ivy appears to crawl across your wall guided by some obscure design-world algorithm. Whether it functions as a coatrack for those who...
Used by NASA and greenhouse gardeners for years, hydroponics offer a growing technique that substitutes water and a nutrient solution for soil. Streamgarden provides the technology; all you have to...
The earth-friendly Potting Shed Creations produces leak-free paper bags full of soil; space-challenged gardeners simply have to add the enclosed packet of seeds and keep everything watered...
If you want a row of pots on the windowsill but are afraid to plant because of a busy schedule and a tendency to forget the required watering, these pots are the perfect solution. Tiny nylon...
It’s easy to assume that all brooms are essentially the same—handle, brush, what else is there? The Bulldozer’s versatility disproves this common perception. The soft outer fibers and stiff inner...
If this looks like late-night television infomercial fodder, there’s a good reason—it is. But all snobbery aside, the FURemover’s rubber bristles serve an essential purpose (especially for pet...