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Tailored for people on the move, the modular storage bins are made from Baltic birch plywood and an acrylic front. Sized to hold LPs (Swaidan, who is located in Cincinnati, initially designed these...
The Round Pedestal Table is a testament to the power of simplicity. The base is comprised of a solid steel plate which minimizes the profile of the table and create a minimal aesthetic. Each...
Inspired by a love for classic leather sling chairs, the Evia Lounge is as much garden art as it is all-season lawn furniture.
Rest easy knowing your little one is sleeping in a sturdy crib made in Torrington from sustainably harvested hardwoods and finished with low-VOC stains. With four mattress height settings and...
Since coffee tables sit, more often than not, in the center of a room why not make a statement? This looker is made in Indianapolis from laser-cut and bent aluminum and can be powder coated with...
When purchasing a piece of furniture, it’s essential to look under the hood, so to speak. At Hedge House, which builds all pieces to order in Goshen, Indiana, you’ll find...
Birmingham-based designers Andrew Thomson and Jared Fulton placed the stools’ legs at a 10-degree angle to create the sturdiest base for the most efficient use of materials.
Marble tabletops have long been a furniture mainstay, but, in a twist, Danish-Italian designers GamFratesi used the exotic Verde Guatemala strain atop the glossy black base.
Curl up in this sofa and you’ll be cozy as a pea in a pod—the English translation of the French word cosse. The exposed frame comes in natural or anthracite-stained beech.
Knox daybed by Polis Design for American Leather, $4,050 Produced in Dallas, Texas, the midcentury-inspired piece has a solid-walnut platform and slatted back, stainless-steel legs, and a...
The seating unit, upholstered in terra-cotta Kvadrat fabric, features movable cushions to accommodate myriad working postures.
A simple silhouette will ensure your bar stools don’t overwhelm a room—save the grand gestures for a different piece. Babila is made from FSC-certified ash and features a die-cast...
Introduced at the Milan furniture fair in April 2014, the Branca stool channels the natural beauty of trees. The gently curved seat is angled slightly higher in the front, which helps you feel...
When we think of good design, manufacturing processes along with functionality and aesthetics factor high on our list. Broom is 75 percent waste polypropylene and 15 percent reclaimed wood shavings...
For (slightly) less than a Benjamin, Sauder offers a no-frills, wrought-metal, counter-height stool with an industrial flair. Its base is slightly wider than the seat, which gives it a sturdy...
The classic LEM—shown in a lacquered wood version—is tricked out with all the bells and whistles we like to see in a bar stool. It swivels to make sliding in and out easy. The...
Upholstered chairs offer more cush for your tush but take up more room. It’s 20 inches wide, so you won’t be able to squeeze in as many stools, but those who manage to snag a...
The modular system, which features an attached coffee table and removable upholstery, works as a stand-alone seat or can be combined to create a sofa.
Sofa beds are perhaps the quintessential transformable pieces. Unlike staid pull-outs, this fold-down model offers a more streamlined silhouette.
A carbon-fiber frame makes the stackable chair ultra-light (it weighs just five pounds) and strong (it can support up to 300 pounds). Durable enough to use indoors and out.
The 51-inch-long table sports a durable laminate surface—ideal for working and food prep. When unfolded to 102 inches, it reveals a refined walnut-veneer top.
Strips of beech wood are steam-bent to create the stool’s frame, which folds flat when not in use. The canvas seat comes in blue, black, and off-white.
The compact charcoal-dyed cylindrical oak bedside table opens to reveal interior storage shelves.
German designers Sebastian Schneider and Florian Kallus created a wall-mounted wood desk that folds up to reveal storage pockets.
Instead of an overstuffed upholstered armchair, consider Eindhoven-based American designer Max Lipsey’s riff on a racing bicycle frame: a seat in perforated leather and metal.