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Vegetable-tanned leather cradles an eight-inch-wide ceramic planter fashioned in Brooklyn.
Give small spaces the illusion of more depth with this New York City–made bronze corner mirror supported by an ash frame. Custom finishes available.
Blending science fiction, Futurism, and minimalism, the 12-inch-tall table lamp made in Brooklyn references radio towers and transmission devices.
The New York-made walnut bar cart has a hand-welded brass frame that nods to swinging midcentury cocktail hours.
For nearly 75 years, Fiestaware has been produced in West Virginia. The iconic tableware line includes this microwave-safe serving tray.
St. Petersburg, Florida–based design studio Damm worked with motorcycle painters to achieve the gradient finish on its ten-inch tall ceramic-and-ash pendant light.
Manufactured in North Carolina, the walnut frame with a sling back and seat marries Scandinavian sensibilities with American craftsmanship.
A full spectrum of colors and finishes produced in Tennessee and Kentucky. Indoor and outdoor paints available.
Designer Emily Diamandis’s travels to Asia and Central America inspired the pattern on the 34-by-70-inch, 100 percent cotton towel made in South Carolina.
Hand braided from hemp and measuring 30 by 18 inches, the mat originates from Charleston, South Carolina.
Hand-knotted in Nepal, the vegetable-dyed wool rug translates traditional Navajo flat-weave designs into a plush form.
Latticed red, orange, and brown textile cord make up the sides and back of the indoor-outdoor lounge chair.
Historically, stilt walking was a common way to move through wet terrain in the Gascony region of southwestern France. Bosc, a local furniture maker, uses this reference for its eiderdown-filled sofa.
Origami folding techniques inspired this Italian cashmere throw.
Meant as a temporary haven for an open office plan, this structure improves upon the old cubicle model with a clerestory window and a laminated felt interior.
For a cozy Scandinavian take on an office sound absorber, try Abstracta’s quilted fabric version on ash legs.
Knoll expands its line of classic American office furniture with a worktable set on tubular steel rails and legs.
Enclosed upholstered seating is the trend du jour. This sofa, available in 57 colors of Kvadrat fabric, also includes a central “e-box” for hiding cables.
A frame in solid American black walnut or European ash hugs a padded seat and backrest. Fabric upholstery options include blue, red, and dove gray.
Screen printed in Portland by a multi-disciplinary collective that specializes in graphic and pattern design and art direction.
Elixir Minibar by CB2 Corral home bar trappings in this acacia-wood cabinet. The sides fold down to offer a ledge for glassware. When closed, it discreetly hides its contents—a boon for keeping bo...
The real magic of this wood-frame, foam-stuffed sofa comes to the fore when you’re moving: It breaks down and packs flat to make navigating narrow doorways and stairwells a cinch.
The oak-and-glass tables jigsaw together to form a tightly packed trio and can be separated when the mood strikes.
Designed in 1948, the solid walnut or oak wall-mounted piece doesn’t skimp on utility: Use it for storage or a work station while saving precious floor space.
Raising furniture off the floor offers visual breathing room. Arper’s upholstered wire-base seat accomplishes this feat remarkably well.