- From a lightweight synthetic curtain to a recycled modular nomad system, here are five more pieces of furniture that will guarantee privacy.
The Naked Line cabinet from Pennsylvania-based MIO stripped away the use of veneers to expose its composite construction: formaldehyde-free, 100% pre-consumer recycled wood fibers. Mix-and-match the sliding front panels in white, grey, and orange to make this customizable console a polestar in your pad.
Are you in hot pursuit of the perfect runner but cloth options just aren't quite robust enough to handle three meals a day at your house? These houndstooth trivets can take a steaming serving bowl or sweating pitcher of lemonade while looking darn good on your dining table. Arrange them in any way you please, or break up the set and use as coasters or place mats. Check out Mio's site for lots more fun and functional products.
Designers Jaime Salm and Young Jin Chung translated the beauty of origami to this small side table. The two laser-cut steel sheets ship flat, then the simple folds will slot them together.
Trask Lamp takes the efficiency of LED lighting and blends it with flexibility. Manufactured to ship flat, maximize material yield and eliminate cutting waste, the Trask Lamp is a truly eco-centric design. Inviting the user to participate as co-designer, the Trask Lamp redefines the relationship between a product and its user. This lamp functions as a catalyst in establishing a dialogue about the virtues and opportunities in locally made and sustainable products.
- One of my favorite wedding gifts I received was a set of Danish housewares firm Bodum’s glass-walled Canteen tumblers.
With looks that reference the trombone greats who called London’s Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club home—and a double-walled construction that will keep your concoctions fresh—this cocktail shaker is a barware must.
Inspired by London’s legendary Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club, this double-walled champagne cooler keeps your bubbly cool and your bar setup sleek.