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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...
Two RISD-trained designers based on a small island outside Seattle hand-wrap their precision-cut mirrors with hemp twine around a border of FSC-certified Baltic birch plywood.
Developed in Rhode Island by a rope expert, the cargo net is sturdy yet lightweight, ideal for use in a kitchen or a canoe and weighing in at only five ounces.
Oregon-based Juju Papers prints all of its wallpaper with water-based inks on sustainably harvested paper. The patterns are folk art–inspired, but the colors are strictly au courant, like the...
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 ...
Wood scraps—including some Coney Island boardwalk—left over from another project inspired the Brooklyn designers to create a new product from the waste: Meet StickBulb, an adjustable...
Contemporary Ohio-based designer Mark Moskovitz channels the Late Middle Ages by basing his newest collection on a table spotted in a 15th-century Dutch painting by Dieric Bouts.
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...
Portland, Oregon's Esque studio uses recycled glass to make this water drop–shaped jug. And their committment to green design extends even further—the forms are processed in an electric...
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...
The Classic Line from Brooklyn-based Eskayel consists of traditional clay-coated paper made from responsibly sourced fibers. We love the gently faded, watercolor-esque look of the Akimbo 8 design,...
Mid-century inspired for the home or office. The top is walnut-veneered MDF while the bottom shelf is colored for a touch of fun.
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...
Graypants first won us over with their Jupiter Scrap Lights and this year they added a few more shapes to their popular line of recycled cardboard pendants. The Drum boasts a sturdy clear-coated...
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...
Streamlined and chic, this super-sleek porcelain teapot from Danish designers Ditte Reckweg and Jelena Schou Nordentoft offers a minimalist, Scandinavian interpretation of traditional tea service.
Stack ‘em, turn ‘em, don’t worry about spilling ‘em. Salt and pepper shakers have never been so fun. These geometric beech wood shakers are cleverly embedded with neodymium...
This hand-blown glass has a generous bowl to allow your wine to breathe and develop. This is the ultimate glass for robust whites and light to medium-bodied reds, particularly Pinot Noirs and...
Made in Vermont from soapstone, these beverage cubes add a proper chill to your spirits. Soapstone’s incredible natural properties allow for one cool dram without the dilution of ice.
Though Italians use it traditionally for storing olive oil, you could use the stainless steel fusti to dispense anything from iced tea to mulled wine, depending on the season and occasion. Its...