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Make like Willy Wonka and outfit your walls in smooth tiles that shine like unwrapped Jolly Ranchers. It’s a good thing the fruity candies don’t take their cue from Stardust Glass, however, as...
This switchplate is like a modern riddle: a clever “light box” that illuminates nothing, takes up no space, and can’t hold a thing.
Serve up hors d’oeuvres—no silver platter required—or simply store your sundries in these mix-and-match nesting trays that function like a Pop Art web, keeping the flotsam and jetsam of your choice...
If you love the nightlife and nothing sets your heart on fire like the sight of a silhouetted skyline, you don’t have to leave it all behind when you head home at the end of the evening: Just...
What a difference a fold makes. Tab’s single-pleat shade rotates to redirect its rays, offering a spotlight on all those essentials—post-its, pens, coffee mugs, "tidy" stacks...
The bare-naked bulb’s basic curves are exposed in all their classic beauty, as the E27 pendant lamp proves that simplicity is not just electric, it’s sexy.
Picture the Mosspink as a lichen-covered pile of stones in the woods or an algae-laden mass of deep-sea minerals. Inspired by organic forms, the sofa is constructed with natural fabrics and...
Designed in 1948, this was the first plastic chair to be mass produced. Today's chairs are true to the originals and are fully authentic, with updated materials to meet environmental requirements....
A trio of untreated woods—ash, hoop pine, and plywood—were used for this sculptural occasional chair.
Wavelike strips of bamboo plywood, layered over a frosted polycarbonate body, define this 2009 piece by designer David Trubridge. It's available in a pendant or a table lamp.
David Trubridge first created this fixture in 2004, using untreated hoop pine plywood pieces that snap together. It's now available in recyclable polypropylene.
Team 7's recent release is made of plywood from sustainably harvested wood and is finished only with herbal oil and wax.
Is it better to look good or to feel good? Franco Albini worked for almost 15 years to perfect the classic Luisa chair, a striking seat that has it both ways.
The Amoco table from design firm reiss f.d. is an occasional table constructed of FSC-certified bent plywood.
Designed by Patricia Urquiola, and released by Kettal, the Maia line of outdoor furniture—which features intricate, handwoven, Alhambra-tiled plaiting—feels even more relaxed with this newly added...
Lighting designer Tom Dixon released this pendant lamp in 2006 at the Milan Furniture Fair. The shade is constructed of plastic polycarbonate and sheathed in a mirror-like copper finish.
Conceived by Paul White and Dan Morgan, this table is made from a single piece of walnut with a live edge. The legs are attached via a mortise-and-tenon joint technique; a sliver of maple in the...
Joshua Davis brings his signature color-by-numbers aesthetic to the world of trash-can design with this three-gallon beaut from Umbra. You'll be looking for more things to throw away just to spend...
Dubbed the Little Bird Swing due to the decal on the side and the migratory patterns of the lucky kids who use it, the product is still making its way to the mass market. The somewhat confusedly...
Daylight savings time means another hour in the evening to wear your favorite shades. When the sun sets, slip your sunnies into one of these bright cases from Pantone Universe and set off into the...
This is one of the latest releases from Shimna, a small two-person design team based in Manhattan. Called the Neosho Credenza, the piece features three Corian doors with laser-engraved, three...
Designed by Alfredo Häberli, this distinctive design introduces a new shape to glassware. Four other shapes plus a carafe are available.
By eliminating lead content from the glass composition and replacing it with titanium and zirconium, Schott Zwiesel has created a new crystal glass that is dishwasher-safe and break-resistant ...
Each of the nine glass shapes in Riedel’s O line are determined by the character of the wine. Accordingly, the Austrian company offers a dizzying array of mouth-blown, hand-blown, and machine-made...
This handblown glass with tulip-shaped bowl is attractive, functional, and a longtime Crate & Barrel bestseller. Comes in red wine, white wine, goblet, and champagne flute (the latter two priced at...