- Cozy up to nature with an all-encompassing look at terrestrial life from Dwell's April 2014 issue.
This simple wood chair is made from sustainably harvested maple from New York and Pennsylvania. It's stackable and available either unfinished, covered in clear lacquer, or a (more pricey) brightly colored lacquer.
The proportions are lovely, and we like that it's made in the U.S.A., but frankly this chair seems way expensive for what it is.
This bucket looks ceramic, but appearances deceive—it’s constructed from a super-lightweight resin. The dimpled surface, rough edges, and leather handles lend nice tactile qualities.
100 and 150 watts / Incandescent
The ash-and-lacquered-aluminum light sports a rustproof steel hook that can be hung from a tree branch.
Well isn't this clever! Rather than toss your coat on the sofa and mail on the coffee table, here's an all-purpose rack that will take care of all your in-and-out-the-door accoutrement. Made from reclaimed Douglas Fir, it could take the place of a hallway console, freeing up space and clearing up clutter.
The teak beverage cooler features a stitched leather handle and removable, polished-nickel-and-stainless-steel insert.