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Explore - Furniture
This sectional is more compact than most, making it well suited to environments where space is at a premium. It features slender arms, French seams, and a simple, solid-wood, perimeter base in...
The Jane LOFT Bi-Sectional is well suited to city living, with proportions designed for condos and apartments. It has been cleverly engineered so that it can be configured with the chaise on...
Yes, this walnut room divider will provide a place to stow books, records, and three drawers for littler tchotchkes, and it would definitely work in the middle of a room to break up the space, or...
Pros Another quintessential cafe chair—this one sturdy and suitable for sidewalks (it used to grace the decks of ocean liners). Made of galvanized steel, it's available in either a metal fin...
Pros CB2's new Fleet chair is sleek and sculptural, made of nickel-plated steel. The wide, low back is comfortable and accommodating. Cons The thin seat and skinny legs look a bit flimsy.
Pros The slim bentwood seat lends an impression of solidity without adding actual heft: The chair weighs fewer than eight pounds. The narrow profile and small footprint makes it ideal for tight li...
Pros The erect back encourages good posture without compromising comfort, and the 25-inch-wide seat has a generous feel. In addition to red, white, and black, it comes in a transparent version&mdas...
Pros It packs flat, which means it’s cheaper and more environmentally friendly to ship. Plus you can fit a whole dining set in your Le Car.Assembly is a DIY-ers dream: Fold the powder-coated...
Pros This is the iconic bentwood chair, evoking romantic visions of Paris sidewalk cafes. It comes in classic brown, white, and black, as well as a gutsier fire-engine red. It’s easy to tote...
Pros The Dr. Yes is no shrinking violet; the bold, sweeping profile makes a big statement in any room. We love the contrast between the glossy exterior and matte interior, and the texture of the s...
Pros These lightweight polypropylene-and-glass-fiber chairs are ideal for outdoor use; they’re stackable and each has a cutout that ensures the seat won’t gather puddles. They come in ...
Pros In case you missed it, we’ll say it again: It costs $29. When folded, it’s just two inches wide: Stash a few in your closet to accommodate extra guests. Cons It’s engin...
Pros The supportive back comes up high and tapers toward the top, providing clearance for your elbows—useful if you’re at a computer or pulled up close to a worktable. It’s stack...
Pros With six base colors and more than 80 different Knoll fabrics for the cushion, this baby is almost endlessly customizable. Super-comfortable, thanks to the padded seat and gently curved back....
Pros This simple wood chair is made from sustainably harvested maple from New York and Pennsylvania. It's stackable and available either unfinished, covered in clear lacquer, or a (more pricey) br...
Pros This striking stackable chair is an eco star: the polypropylene-injected seat contains 40% recycled wood fibers. It can be used indoors or out, and comes in a variety of color combinations: w...
Ah, wouldn’t it be a dream if all of your most-adored indoor furniture were also suitable for the backyard? The land of the waterlogged white plastic patio set gets a handsome update as B&B...
The three legs of this steel stool span the seas from England to New Zealand, a cross-continental collaboration between the Brit and Kiwi designers behind Scott, Rich, and Victoria.
Kids can splash with abandon in the summer, and when the weather turns, parents can store small toys in the (empty) water bowl under a custom birch-wood cover.
Bakelite is back. It's the ball that binds the three ash wood poles into a tripod stand for your hat and coat.