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Cheery, textured textiles for the beach or poolside designed by the impresarios of pastel, Dutch design duo Stefan Scholten and Carole Baijings.
Handblown curves and smoked glass options make this carafe, and its lid that can double as cup, a no-brainer for outdoor entertaining.
More complex than it seems at first glance, each of Novague’s origami-inspired aluminum chairs requires eight hours of fabrication.
The round, concrete landscape planter is finished with a raised geometric motif and a raw, sandblasted finish.
Two former Georg Jensen colleagues bring a similar heirloom approach to their new venture, a company producing handmade goods from classic materials, like the ash wood shown here.
The three-part planter shows up its humble terra-cotta cousins by putting the growing process on display. The clear body is also a four-week water reservoir.
Under-sink clearance offers greater flexibility for wheelchair users and can also accommodate step stools for young children. Shown with Duravit’s Vero washbasin ($415–$690).
This handheld shower features a five-inch-wide spray face and three different water-flow settings. A special limescale-resistant surface makes maintenance easy.
Wall-mounted toilets can be hung at a height that’s accessible to wheelchair users. The vitreous china dual- flush bowl uses 1.6 or 0.8 low-flow gallons per flush.
The 90 Degree collection offers a lever shower handle, six-inch water-efficient shower head, faucet, and stylish grab bar. Available in warm-toned brushed nickel or classic chrome.
For the look without the weight or price tag of real stone, consider using the Danish retailer’s WallSmart non-woven wallpaper version.
The colorblock marble and onyx slabs that Urquiola stitched together for Budri’s 5.9 collection are all fragments from pieces broken in Italy’s 2012 earthquake.
The fully upholstered side chair is an exercise in cantilevered forms. The designer wanted a seat that is as comfortable and stable as a recliner but trim enough for small spaces.
A roster of illustrious designers created pieces in solid black Nero Marquina marble for Avenue Road. Form meets function especially well in Lovegrove’s sculptural bookends.
The lunar-esque floor lamp features an LED bulb that highlights the material interplay between dark marble and light glass.
This particular collection, from an Australian rug company with an eye for subtle color variations and rich materials, uses yarn unraveled from vintage kilims.
The Dutch company's Ibiza collection saturates walls in degrees with a photo-realistic paper that adds an of-the-moment gradient effect.
An internal pendulum keeps this clock ticking, and its balancing function makes the piece rock like a metronome.
Though the facets of the New Zealand designer's pendant lights suggest machine tooling, each unique and handmade object is produced by casting a water-based resin into a mold.
A meticulous 16 coats of lacquer are applied to several layers of wood beneath for this modern rendition of a traditional technique.
Smith looked to stained glass windows for this abstract take on ancient art. He also used a special looping method to create crisp edging.
Danish designer Pernille Snedker Hansen's custom installations involve treating local Nordic wood with a marbling effect in toned-down hues.
A Carrara motif is applied to fine bone china for this delicate take on the trend.
A powder-coated steel frame gives these spare pendant lights shape via negative space. Available in three sizes and six colors.
Gray-and-white veining is just as effective in small doses, like a copper-topped candle-holder for the tabletop.