Matthew Hilton looked to the work of industrial design legend Vico Magistretti to create this comfortable, clean-lined armchair for British brand SCP. Its European hardwood frame, natural ash glide leg and a host of upholstery options (shown here in Kvadrat Molly) make it a modern choice for lazy boys and girls alike.
This pert perch by Alex Hellum takes the silhouette of a classic stool and tweaks it, just a bit, folding the seat up and ever so slightly around your posterior.
Statement sofas needn't be staid models of straight lines and solid colors. Mabel—contructed from Eurpoean hardwood and upholstered in a linen exclusively designed by Donna Wilson for British brand SCP—brings a bit of fun to the living room, and we'd very happily lounge on this bright settee.
British brand SCP recently launched their spring collection in Paris, and among the many treasures were the Edith (shorter) and Anges (taller) freestanding shelves. Made from solid walnut or oak, the sturdy pieces by Kay + Stemmer will fit flush up against a wall, while the outer frame gently angles in towards the top.
Telling time in areas around the world can be a lot easier than counting out the hours on your fingers. Charlotte van der Waals created a twelve-sided clock engraved with the names of 24 cities, each representing the different global zones. Set it so your desired destination is on top and you'll know the local time. Available for purchase from Show.
Anything is possible when pigs fly, so it's only fitting that a Christmas miracle may just well occur if you hang these sweet little felted swine on your tree, free from the frustrating confines of gravity. They're cute, soft, and sure to be a welcome addition to the rest of your ornamental gang.
While it may be true that most modern kitchen appliiances have a dedicated countdown clock, we love the look of these retro timers from Kikkerland. Two faces let you keep track of dueling recipes at once to make sure everything comes out just right at the buzzer.
Reclaimed materials are all the rage, but how many upcycled products can boast a past life in the bowling alley? CounterEvolution works with wood that used to line the lanes, and the result is a unique collection of furniture, and products made from the extra scraps and bits left over in production. We like the look of this abstract Strike clock, and there's a lot more to choose from on the site.