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How do you take your tea? Put the Pantone Matching System to the ultimate test with these mugs, which will allow your guests to choose just how milky they'd like their morning brew.
Designers Jaime Salm and Young Jin Chung translated the beauty of origami to this small side table. The two laser-cut steel sheets ship flat, then the simple folds will slot them together.
Ikea's Brasa line of steel domed lamps come in pendant, floor and table (pictured), with a choice of powder-coated color in red, white, or black. A dimmer switch allows you to set the mood, while...
Kartell introduced the shiny Cindy collection in Milan earlier this year, a candy-colored tribute to the shape and style of classic table lamps from the 1970s. Though they look chrome-plated, the...
This clear, slick, and polished side table from CB2 is a classic modern piece for a minimal look.
Hanging mobiles make for merry little children, and these delicate designs will delight the kiddos and brighten up their rooms. Designer Heather Frazier cuts these, along with garlands, wall...
Suspended from the ceiling as an aeronautic decoration or swooping around in the hands of your little one, this lacquered wood plane from Normann Copenhagen is a toy that takes good ol' imagination...
Your kids might be too young to fully appreciate the beautiful lines of a design classic, but they sure will love sitting—and sliding around—on Verner's Panton Chair. This Junior...
Charles and Ray Eames designed this elephant in 1945. The complex process required for molding the plywood pieces was prohibitive, however, and the elephant never made it past the prototype stage....
These cotton twill accent pillows from Boodalee have a different pattern on either side. Toss them on your toddler's bed and she can do her own little redocorating by simply flipping the cushion...
Kids' toys run the gamut from good-looking to garish, educational to, well, questionably useful in a young one's life. But you can never go wrong with a classic set of blocks, and millergoodman's...
Consider the Streamliner as the essence of car, a wooden moving vehicle that needs no more than a child's gentle push to get started. A simple curved shape with four wheels, this Playsam classic is...
Though designers Jerad Mack and Shane Pawluck hail from the vast Canadian prarie, inspiration for their Eyeful coffee table came from a well-known landmark in France's capital city. The geometric...
This wall hanging has been a favorite of ours since its ICFF debut in 2009, and we remembered how much we love it when reading up a bit on Hella Jongerius yesterday. The Dutch designer...
Cozy in Grey, by Finnish designer Harri Koskinen, plays with the look of light through the "beauty and changing reflections" of glass, which is mouthblown with a textile cord (also comes...
Los Angeles-based design studio Poketo joined forces with Bobby Solomon of design and culture blog Kitsune Noir to curate and create Spacetime, a collection of wall art (and wallets and t-shirts)...
German designer Ingo Maurer created this playful piece out of metal and wings of actual goose feathers in 2005. Designed for rooms with low ceilings, it features ten low-voltage bulbs and...
The Moby bed was created by studio Kairos for Poliform in 2003. Both the headboard and frame are available in removable fabric or leather.
First released in 2001, this mobile container system has a chromed-steel frame and comes in three finishes: semi-transparent, opaque and polished. It's available with two to six drawers, and it...
This piece is designed to fit in small spaces. It features a longer side on either the left- or the right-hand portion of the tub, and can be customized to include a chromatherapy lighting program,...
Wall-mounted or vessel porcelain washbasin with overflow. Requires a European drain.
A stylized X shape braces this powder-coated metal frame. There are two shelves, with the bottom being the wide of the pair.