- Dwell's editors pick their favorite products from Northeastern U.S. in Dwell's Modern Across America issue. (Continue your tour with these Midwestern, Southwestern, and Northwestern picks.)
The Meridian Collection is the first to be introduced with ash as the primary wood from retailer Thos. Moser Furniture. While also offered in cherry, the clean, crisp aesthetic of ash creates an uplifting lightness that matches perfectly with this contemporary design.
Inspired by the 1970s Supergraphics aesthetic, this modular hanging system comprised of half-cylinder sections comes with three or five pieces that can be joined back to back or end to end.
Seattle company Ample pairs a linen shade with a solid walnut base and fabric-wrapped cord. The lamp measures 22 inches tall and 15 inches wide.
The slim LED lamp can be reconfigured with the addition of a base, clamp, table, floor stand, or wall bracket.
Foam seat pad, interior and exterior available in wool and leather
Standing just over three feet tall, British designer Russell Pinch’s table lamp has an ultra-thin ash veneer shade. When illuminated, the natural wood grain becomes visible.
St. Petersburg, Florida–based design studio Damm worked with motorcycle painters to achieve the gradient finish on its ten-inch tall ceramic-and-ash pendant light.