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Just as your belt buckle expands for the holidays, so does the Oops, Monica Graffeo's version of the old-fashioned leaf table. The round design, made of fiberboard with a veneer of stained oak,...
When the claws come out, make sure your feline scratches something other than the sofa with this nifty Nap. It's a simply-shaped, double-corrugated cardboard piece that will make both you and your...
As a young Dutch designer, Ineke Hans is practically required to produce work that is playful and ironic. She did not disappoint at the Milan Furniture Fair in 2007, when Cappellini introduced her...
While it mimics the shape of a picnic basket, this magazine rack clearly does a better job cradling your periodicals than delicate tarts and watercress sandwiches. Its two-tiered system permits all...
Digital revolution be darned, there are still few things more thrilling than receiving a handwritten letter (or, ahem, your favorite magazine). Email inboxes might get much more action than snail...
Forgo the unruly pile of books, papers, pens and magazines next to the bed, and instead opt for the The Grove nightstand, a clean, classic small cabinet from Room & Board, which will tidily house...
This slip cast porcelain cylinder is 8 3/8" tall, 5" diameter, and weighs almost two and a half pounds, sturdy enough to handle even the thickest stemmed buds that you stick inside. Elsa + Sam's...
Sure, you could tie a piece of string around your finger, but jotting your thoughts down on this notepad will guarantee you'll remember. Made with recycled paper, soy inks, and a design from a...
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....
A strong and unique-looking blender, with 600 watts of power, a 56-ounce glass jug, one simple push control button, and nice cord storage.
Professional-quality blender with a trademarked 40-ounce cloverleaf glass carafe; available in numerous colors. Substantial metal base and stainless steel blade, with two-speed toggle switch.
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...
Edison's on-the-outs incandescent inspired the interconnecting acrylic silhouettes of the BulbsInBulbs, a hanging or standing light that shines in countless user-assembled configurations.
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,...
We're not sure which the PXL reminds us of more: Panton and Pantone, or clowns and carnivals. The fact that its lacquered aluminum bands are upbeat and eye-catching, however, is without a doubt.
Leave all your hang-ups at the door with the Wishbone, Danish design firm Busk+Hertzog's sleek, powder-coated stainless steel take on Mother's Nature's original coatrack: the tree.
The Cube by Eastvold Custom Woodworks 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.
Kartell's indoor/outdoor Lizz chair—similar to Starck's La Marie, but designed with comfort in mind—finally arrived stateside in 2008 in seven glossy techno-polymer colors.
If you have ever dreamed of Jeannie, this bottlenecked Barbara carafe—with a glass ball stopper-hopper in its base—will rub you the right way.
An estimated 75% of household trash can be recycled. This recycling center eliminates the clutter of bottles, cans, and paper by sorting, storing, and compacting recyclables. There's also a junk...
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.
The delicate legs (or are they limbs?) of this trestlelike table by Nosigner grew out of a fractal algorithm called Tree Curve that used the free-form geometry of tree branches to determine their...
Produced in Appalachia in the 1910s, this anonymous black bird from the Eames House rose to stardom in the 1950s when it appeared in silhouette with a group of DKR chairs. From 3-D scans of the...