Carefully wrapping a present in this paper by Sanna Annuka makes whatever treasure you're passing along the gift that keeps on giving. The recipient might be more interested in the packaging than what's inside, and we'd be happy to simply frame these prints on their own and put them straight up on the wall. Check out nineteenseventythree (thanks, DK!) for an amazing collection of pretty perfect paper goods.
The Food Map Container may look like a bathtub but is the ideal planter. Its lightweight recycled-plastic basin features a contoured drainage system built into the bottom and it sits on a metal-tubing frame and locking rubber casters, which makes moving it a breeze.
George Nelson might be best known for his Ball clock, but our man of the hour also designed a series of ceramic desk pieces in the early 1950s that never made it into production—until now.
Looking for a way to breathe a little new life into your living room, but don’t have the ducats? Sometimes the introduction of one new element—–be it in the realm of lighting, textiles, or accessories—–can make all the difference. We asked five designers: How would you give a space a new lease on life with only $100 to spend? See what they had to say and add your own ideas to the mix.