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Explore - Decorations
Pentagram originated in London in 1972, and opened offices in New York in 1978, San Francisco in 1986, Austin in 1994, and Berlin in 2002. Our structure enables us to offer an efficient and broad...01.09.09
All perch! products are handmade in brooklyn new york , and we plan on keeping it that way... Perch! products are handmade, but not necessarily crafty. Most perch! products are multifunctional obje...01.09.09
Got something to say? Spell it out: on the wall, on your books, on your backpack, wherever the heck you feel like. The lovely Lorena Siminovich creatied these adhesive decals out of fabric,...
Realizing one of Wong’s final concepts, Lepage’s contribution converts the tactile nature of print into an altogether different sense. This scented candle was designed to capture the...
An iconic vice gets a delicate glass display. Bracher’s cigarette holder allows voyeurs to watch as smoke rises and ash descends.
This clever textile eliminates the need to fumble with curtain cords. Embedded magnets allow the drapes to be easily arranged—–and secured—–with a scrunch.
Heavy metal gets the light touch with this delicate votive holder. It’s a micro-fireplace that eschews fancy pyrotechnics for a simple, single flame. All Bright Times takes is a simple pull...
If you live in San Francisco and feel like browsing a wonderland of Japanese design gifties, a trip to New People—a three-story shop, gallery, and underground movie theaters—is in order...
Dimming the bright overheads and lighting a few candles at the dinner table is a sure way to take the edge off of a harried day. The understated shape of designer Francis Cayouette's cast iron...
Keep your keys, pens, knitting, or change handy in this eye-catching catchall from textile legend Marimekko.
Icelandic textile designer Bryndis Bolladottir's "Kula" trivets are handmade of local felted wool and will lend a craft-y, DIY-y feel to any tabletop—along with a soft, tactile feel.
This 100-percent wool felt trivet is an attractive array of interlocking triangles. In addition to protecting your prized pieces of furniture from hot kettles or casseroles, it also champions a...
Designed by Ding3000, the Rainbow trivet is an exercise in space-saving design. It neatly folds up into its namesake shape to help keep drawers tidy and opens up to become the perfect perch for...
Despite their prickly, pineapple-like exterior, these vessels are soft to the touch. Handmade from felted 100 percent wool in Portland, Oregon, they’re better suited to housing a selection of...
Take a tabletop exploration of India with these hand-printed linen covers. Inspired by the designer’s own travels, the bold graphics can transform even your blandest casserole into a lively...
If you don't have much floor or table space for plants, these colorful cubes would allow you to introduce some easy (and low maintenance) greens into your home; The powder-coated steel pots project...
Pros Though these matte hatchlings slide onto a single metal beam, you can position them wherever you like: love birds in a row or individually spaced across the bar. Choose a glossy aluminum or ma...
Pros This powder-coated aluminum pointer is three hooks in one: In addition to the smaller hooks to the side, the shaft can be extended forward from the wall. Like all good graphic icons, the Arrow...
Pros With a ceramic fold that looks like a cross between a balloon animal in progress and a digit caught mid-beckon, these are the most playful hooks around. Two sizes in a selection of six pop co...
Pros Timberly’s adaptable board mounts flush up against the wall for a flat and finished look, and the three sizes of pegs allow for all items great and small to be put in place. Plinko goes ...