- Once a locker for a midnight loo, the bedside table has taken on a far sweeter function—and a score of forms for holding big dreams, and small specs, till the morning light.
- Gerard Kitchener is fond of talking about the weather, especially as it pertains to Waratah Bay in southeastern Victoria, Australia.
Designer Jeremy Pyles appreciates the transparency of a blown-glass shade, which allows the filament bulb a chance to shine. Pharos emits a warm glow despite its cool, clear exterior.
Even with all the work that needed to be done, the house had some wonderful moments—like this corner window in the master bedroom. The roof of the area below will become a deck. Stay tuned for Post #2: Creating a Home.
Designed in the 1960s, this iconic piece features vertical steel wire rods welded to circular horizontal and edge-framing rods. Available in a variety of sizes.
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.
Designed by Patricia Urquiola, and released by Kettal, the Maia line of outdoor furniture—which features intricate, handwoven, Alhambra-tiled plaiting—feels even more relaxed with this newly added footstool.
Sweden-by-way-of-California designer Greta Magnusson Grossman's iconic lighting is now available in a compact sconce version.