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Explore - Furniture
While we'll always cherish the Lucite waterfall table archetype, this jaunty yet incognito little number holds a newer, I-shaped place in our hearts.
The Trollstra injects a dose of Dorothy Draper–meets Scandinavian design into the end table genre; the classical turned legs are topped with a clever, removable tray.
Originally designed for Umbra, Canadian designer Natalie Kruch's Balloona stool is a slap-happy choice for an affordable side table. For a 3D Jackson Pollock effect, 500 deflated balloons are...
This edgy, angular Faceted Mirror Side Table’s antiqued mirror surface reflects and refracts light, creating dimension and lightening up the look of any room.
The secretary desk of yore conjures up a nook- and-cranny-filled spot for illicit correspondence, and this pint-size, modern reinterpretation does not disappoint with its drop front, sliding...
Whether you’re serving morning coffee for two or a pizza party for a gaggle of friends, this coffee table does triple duty by expanding its square inches with surfaces that tuck away when...
A black walnut top perched on a thin stainless steel base opens to reveal a compartment for storing jewelry— an unexpected surprise the size of a porthole.
1950s Palm Springs was the jumping off point for this walnut console. While we dig the throwback to the atomic era, the low-VOC water-based lacquer and eco-friendly MDF used in this American-made...
Paris-based Deltour was a designer and project leader at Konstantin Grcic’s office in Munich for three years before branching out on her own in 2010. Current clients include Alessi, Tacchini...
Caroline Gomez’s range of unfussy furniture pieces keeps a tight focus on natural materials: wood, ceramic, leather, and cloth. The beech Contre collection (French for “against...
One of the best things about masculine design is that it’s minimal and always in style. The Dylan table takes a hardwood slab, pairs it with metal, and creates a tailored silhouette.
We love this update on the ultimate male seating, the Chesterfield. It has the heavy, classic lines but this version incorporates a more squared-off shape, and West Elm gives you so many fabric...
Calling frequent movers: In under five minutes, you can unscrew Tablo’s three ash-wood legs and pack the pieces into a narrow box.
Crafted from reclaimed timbers, this bedside stand need not be relegated to the bedroom. It could work as a sculptural piece anywhere.
The lightweight MDF top of this side table can be lifted off its wire base to double as a tray—good news for those who take their breakfast in bed.
You can put the sections of this piece in any direction and it works. Big, deep, low sofas are good for casual settings. For a living room that will be used for conversation, look for a shallow...
“I love good Italian design and there are certain favorites I use over and over again because they’ll never go out of style, such as the Superleggera chair. It’s hardy,...
The MK1 morphs from a coffee table into a dining surface twice the size, all in two swift motions.
Tati epitomizes how Swedes design best: Form meets function with the help of quality materials—in this case, metal frame, stone base, and brass details.