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The first clear, warm, and beautifully park-worthy day of the year in San Francisco had us thinking about the thrill of the grill: sun on your face, wind in your hair, burgers gently charred....
Check out these cool pixelated patterns from Trend USA's FEEL collection, featuring tile mosaics made from post-consumer recycled materials. In addition to the six shown here, there are 22 more...
Spring has officially arrived. While there's more natural light now to illuminate your days late into the evening, when the sun does go down you'll no doubt need to set the mood. The gentle glow...
Rest assured, this Heritage Rocking Armchair from Emeco is built to last. Put through 77 separate steps to make sure it's sit-worthy, this modern classic was designed by Mr. Impossible himself,...
The Cube by Eastvold Furniture is a piece that certainly lives up to its name, a refreshingly unfussy cabinet design that comes in reclaimed Douglas Fir, maple, walnut, or white oak.
This 32 card set was designed by Charles Eames in 1952 and features images of textiles, patterns and everyday things, proving that inspiration can be found in the simplest of sources. Interlock...
This stool might look like a simple stump, but it's actually a steel version of the real deal. Available in different heights and colors, collect them all for a full forest effect in your living room.
You can always count on a pendant light to brighten up a room. The Fibonacci lampshade from the MoMA Store was inspired by the eponymous Italian mathematician who explored the complex number...
Benchwarming never looked better. Iconic designer Jens Risom has created a modern classic to match a chair and ottoman duo he introduced in 1949. Slide the cushion from left to right and a side...
Sometimes you just need another place to sit. Whether you're hosting a party or sending someone on a time-out in the corner, this simple spindle stool is just right, and comes apart for flat...
Font designers with a fear of having their typefaces copied ad infinitum online need only swap Fontographer for cast iron. A heavy metal ampersand is about as analog as it gets—and at either heft ...
Daylight savings time means another hour in the evening to wear your favorite shades. When the sun sets, slip your sunnies into one of these bright cases from Pantone Universe and set off into the...
When the sunlight shines on this parasol, you'll feel like you're sitting under a real tree.
You might ask why we included a design that hasn't changed since it was standardized in 1915. A) It looks not unlike a Quonset hut. B) It's included in Phaidon Design Classics. C) The price. Take...
Part coffee table, part storage bin, this repository will add style to any room. The vegetal patterns add Art Deco nostalgia to the modern translucent construction, making the table suitable for...
Foam seat pad, interior and exterior available in wool and leather
European oak or walnut with brushed stainless steel base
Imagine a flying saucer with a hole in the center, and it’s easy to grasp the principle behind the XL Cable Organizer from the Dutch company ZHO Innovation. The XL, which has a five-inch diameter,...
Sometimes getting a handle on cable clutter can be as simple as bundling your wires together. ZHO Innovation’s stylish Cable Manager line of colorful flexible coils wrap around bundles of cords to...
Sleek, elegant, and compact, Bluelounge Design’s plastic Cableyoyo is a stylish solution for the cable clutter epidemic. Just over three inches square and about a third of an inch thick, the...
Designed by 31-year-old inventor Chris Hawker, the PowerSquid takes a familiar concept—the power strip—and turns it inside out. The PowerSquid looks like, well, a squid, complete with a pair of...
If you have a six-foot cable where a one-foot length of cord will do, the Cable Turtle may be the answer. Designed by the Dutch company Flex/The Innovation Lab, the Cable Turtle winds up like a yo...
Utilitarian with a bit of flair, the Portariviste does not baffle: The magazines go here. The built-in handle and light weight are nice for those nomadic souls who want to tote their reading...
Simultaneously sculptural and pragmatic, the undulating form of the W’s molded plywood is both pleasing and useful. It’s compact enough for small spaces, though you may be loath to cover up the...
Both minimal and multipurpose, this simple design is good for both magazines and newspapers, and could also serve as an impromptu fort for the kitty. The stained metal of the sprung-open structure...