Manufactured from single planks of American oak or walnut, this bedside table sports a single drawer with hidden metal runners on the underside with a sprung “pull back” action. It can be finished with Danish oil or white oil. It's delivered fully assembled.
Leif.designpark's Lin chair represents another stellar collaboration between the Japanese design studio and De La Espada. Choose between sturdy wood frames of black oak or American white walnut and cotton or wool upholstery to match your color scheme, and we can definitely see this piece becoming the best seat in the house.
It's a fixture that's more A.I. than Archnophobia. Large shadows cast by the Spider's colored bulb and stainless steel "legs" are dramatic but—fear not—quite harmless.
We've long been fans of gabions—those rock filled cages usually used for civil engineering purposes. They've made their way into high-design buildings (thanks, Herzog + de Meuron) and now they've become part of furniture design thanks to Britain's Benjamin Hubert. He introduced this table—which boasts an ash top and granite ballast to keep it stable—at the 2011 London Design Festival, and it couldn't have come a moment sooner.
Though the Leros coffee table is available au naturel, we prefer the colorful geometric web created by leather laces stretched across the chrome-plated stainless steel frame.