Filter by post date:
Filter by product categories:
Filter by topics:
Filter by section:
These jaunty, tapered mills are designed for a comfortable grip on the exterior and a smooth grind on the interior, thanks to ceramic grindstones.
Stainless steel and matte gold on one utensil? The effect is far from Frankenstein-ian when the silhouettes are this streamlined.
Inigo Elizalde’s woven dhurries are hand-knotted in Nepal, but he’s deconstructed a few of his boldest patterns into a collection of pillows, all printed in North Carolina and sewn in...
Reviving the hi-fi console typology so popular in the 1950s, this brand-new company of off-duty architects makes stereo furniture to order in its Hudson Valley, New York, studio. Symbol also offers...
Cranbrook Academy of Art graduate Matthew Plumstead made his debut at ICFF with his configurable wood valet, kitted out with clip-on rubber hooks, shelves, and widgets for holding domestic detritus.
This overhead lamp stems from Los Angeles designer Matt Gagnon’s fascination with open-truss roof structures and the intimate interior space they create. Here, wool yarn wrapped around the...
Daniel Stromborg, who connected with the venerable American manufacturer while working in Don Chadwick’s L.A. studio on Knoll’s Spark Series, designed this collection of outdoor...
Sacramento-based Schmitt Design slip-cast two pendant light silhouettes—slender and squat—in translucent porcelain that, when turned on, emit a warm glow. Fabric-wrapped cords come in...
Riffing on the concept behind a pin-impression toy, the Los Angeles designer Adam Friedman came up with a seat whose solid walnut blocks conform to the sitter’s body thanks to the foam...
Assembled in the Pilsen neighborhood of Chicago using a steam bending technique, this combo coat rack–side table is a smart, space-saving solution for an entryway.
What began as one-offs morphed into the Seattle studio’s first in-house collection, which debuted this spring at ICFF. Pieces like this marble-topped table with copper legs exude a relaxed...
Christopher Roy’s layered “Why Not Bespoke” furniture combines a European dose of industrial design whimsy—he is British—with traditional American forms, all made to...
A slim addition to its range of case goods, this open-plan office system is made of wood veneer, steel, aluminum, and glass and assembled in Darran’s High Point, North Carolina, warehouse.
PVC water mains from Detroit are transformed once Jack Craig heats and manipulates the raw material, converting it into seating—a departure from the pipes’ “highly machined ...
There’s something classic and old-worldlike about this stainless-steel dispenser from il Fustino, probably because it’s what the Italians traditionally used for storing olive oil and...
Danish Designer Søren Rose is known for his modern take on a classic material: marble. And though this particular table is made from wood, Rose reclaimed the planks from none other than a...
Here's one for the eco-friendly audiophile: House of Marley's new Get Up Stand Up home audio system is made from FSC-certified birch wood and recycled plastic. It features a dock that's iPhone and...
This dresser from Kalon is outfitted with loads of lovely features—three drawers of varying depths and sleek integrated pulls, among others—and is made with eco-friendly materials&mdash...
Karl Zahn added a playful alligator to his line of toys made from sustainably harvested new growth beech wood. The tripartite puzzle-like design is held together with dovetails—baby's first...
CB2's Piazza sofa is made in the United States from soy-based polyfoam and featured a sustainably harvested wood frame. Rest assured, this comfy couch is just as easy on the earth as it is on the...
By now, we've all heard of the Great Pacific Garbage Patch—a concentration of marine debris located in the ocean. To combat amount of plastic in the sea, Method just released a line of...
Sided in smart white lacquer and topped with glass, this four-in-one table seamlessly transitions from holding mail to a casual dinner to a feast for 12.
An added bonus of this Baltic birch bunk bed—besides the fact that it tucks into a 12-inch-deep wall cabinet—is the intentional gaps around the beds’ moving parts, meaning no...
Add a water- and scratch-resistant melamine top to a console base, pictured here in walnut veneer, and seat up to ten people in a jiffy.
With no hardware or gizmos, this stacking bed—available in beech, maple, American cherry, walnut, and white glazed oak—is as fetching configured as a twin or as a double.