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This graphic, monochromatic wallcovering is designed and fabricated in Brooklyn.
This minimal light is made of rich walnut.
The classic herringbone pattern gets a modern twist with this wallpaper.
This lamp has a built-in USB charger.
The seating unit, upholstered in terra-cotta Kvadrat fabric, features movable cushions to accommodate myriad working postures.
An ash frame holds fabric panels printed with a botanic pattern renimiscent of Henri Rousseau’s paintings. Available in blue, red, and green (shown).
Layers of naturally peachtoned oak wood and paper compose the shade—inspired by drummer Ginger Baker—while a white interior reflects LED light.
The handtufted New Zealand wool carpets are available in three sizes and three colors (all shown) and feature an accent stripe with a shorter pile height.
Curl up in this sofa and you’ll be cozy as a pea in a pod—the English translation of the French word cosse. The exposed frame comes in natural or anthracite-stained beech.
Marble tabletops have long been a furniture mainstay, but, in a twist, Danish-Italian designers GamFratesi used the exotic Verde Guatemala strain atop the glossy black base.
Birmingham-based designers Andrew Thomson and Jared Fulton placed the stools’ legs at a 10-degree angle to create the sturdiest base for the most efficient use of materials.
When purchasing a piece of furniture, it’s essential to look under the hood, so to speak. At Hedge House, which builds all pieces to order in Goshen, Indiana, you’ll find...
The Venice outfit of Ilan Dei features design, fabrication, and branding services all under one roof—essential to creating succesful products, Dei says. Influenced by Southern California...
Taking a cue from French midcentury designer Jean Royère, the Los Angeles–made pendant is crafted from glossy powder-coated steel with opal glass diffusers. It stretches 36 inches wide and...
Since coffee tables sit, more often than not, in the center of a room why not make a statement? This looker is made in Indianapolis from laser-cut and bent aluminum and can be powder coated with...
Rest easy knowing your little one is sleeping in a sturdy crib made in Torrington from sustainably harvested hardwoods and finished with low-VOC stains. With four mattress height settings and...
The designer’s ergonomic legacy lives on with a chair that features a tri-panel mesh back and the company’s patented mechanism-free recline.
The legendary French manufacturer created a limited-edition line of gas ranges in a palette of Mondrian-esque primary colors.
Assembled in Boulder, Colorado, the energy-efficient appliance is available in over 200 hues. (Big Chill also sells a panel you can use to give your current dishwasher a facelift.)
The 24-inch-wide electric cooker is tailor-made for small spaces. It comes in 15 colors and has two ovens and a boiling-simmering plate.
Shown in Topaz, the collection comes in five additional vibrant colors inspired by jewel tones. It’s made in Reading, Pennsylvania.
Who hasn’t admired Smeg’s retro-inspired fridges? Now the company has a model with a larger capacity and separate freezer, which will be available in late 2015.
The best kitchen products marry utility with elegance. Minneapolis-based Araya Jensen’s rubber-dipped wood bowls are no exception. The tactile bottoms in custom hues make the vessels slip...
This linen blanket is perfect for a table cloth, beach towel, couch throw, wrap dress, or anything else you can think of. All of Caroline Z Hurley throws are individually block printed by hand with...
Can a handsome catch-all make for a tidier life? Unequivocally, yes. The Brooklyn manufacturing studio Good Thing works with a local family-owned metal spinner to fabricate the powder-coated...