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Available in both sitting and standing heights, Kant is a straightforward work table with a witty twist—a V-shaped groove in the desktop acts as a bookshelf. Modular accessories include...
Joining B&B’s Eileen family of side tables is this larger cousin, a fairly simple two-drawer writing desk. Set atop a colored steel frame, the work surface is available in natural, black,...
Basic rectilinear groupings and luxurious materials like white lacquer and anthracite glass are the hallmarks of Didier Gomez’s Contours line, which includes this generously proportioned...
Featuring an array of storage spaces, including cubbies for keyboards and laptops, drawers, and a hidden file holder, Motiv is constructed largely of veneered fiberboard and recycled materials....
Holbrook claims the inspiration for Lucy’s curves and lightweight “hollow-body” construction comes from B.B. King’s signature guitar, Lucille. The desk also features an...
Keeping your biz-y (and personal) contacts sorted can keep you busy for hours. This fun address file from Pica Press will make organizing less of a chore, as each bright card will wow you with a...
Designer Paui Loebach introduced these nesting tables at Salone Satellite in Milan and Areaware picked them up for production, presenting them at ICFF as part of their new 2009 collection. We think...
A grey weekend with a chill in the air left us longing for a cozy blanket to cuddle under. We are, as ever, quite taken with Donna Wilson's designs and this 100% lambswool fits the bill to keep us...
For the cookie connoisseur who believes that a baked good deserves better display than a paper plate, this tray should give your chocolate chips and snickerdoodles the proper presentation. It's...
We briefly spotted these big, brilliant pendants in a showroom in Milan and, like a poignant Craigslist missed connection, have been pining for them ever since. Then a serendipituous web search...
Perform a cool culinary balancing act with these silicone spoons and spatulas. Their notched handles rest on the rim of your hot pot or pan, allowing you to taste, stir, and taste again without...
Don’t let their thick skins fool you: Bananas are a delicate bunch, easily bruised on the road to ripeness. Banish the big brown soft spots with this special Split (sans ice cream) from Umbra...
Saving a single penny might seem like a drop in the bucket, but all the loose change that you slip through the crack of this glazed ceramic cache will really count. Fill ’er up and smile when...
The Clapper is old news. These days, touch activation is taking the world by storm. Illuminate your room with the gentle tap of a fingertip on this little Box light.
Its geometric seams follow the folding patterns of the traditional Japanese furoshiki—a wrapping cloth designed to transport goods—and if we could walk on this 100 percent New Zealand...
This console table by Andrew Moe is made from salvaged hardwood beams recovered from dismantled buildings. His clean, minimal designs made an impression at ICFF this year, and the rest of the...
These hand-crafted earthenware cups by Chicago-based Susan Dwyer been individually dipped in yellow rubber, giving them a bit of grip and a burst of bright color.
The musical revoution has been digitized, sure, but no matter how many MP3s we download there will never, ever be anything better than the sweet sound of vinyl. Designer Chris Adamick appreciates...
Greenery looks great in the garden, but bringing a little bit of nature indoors as well is always a good idea. These spun aluminum, powder coated planters from LA-based Pad Outdoor look as...
The lid on this machine has the blade attached, which lowers the risk of misplaced parts, but it also makes for a messy process if you must pull the lid off a few times as you fit the bowl to the...
If you are lucky enough to own a candy-colored KitchenAid countertop mixer, this attachment could be a good choice. The size of the bowl is definitely an issue if you have a small or overstuffed...
This Cuisinart model certainly looks like it should outshine its baby brother, with its steel exterior, significant weight, and built-in freezing mechanism. However, it was a disappointment all...
As an activity for kids, this concept is pretty brilliant. They forget that they’re waiting for dessert, they get a little exercise, and when the ice cream is done, they have the satisfaction...
Let this machine be a lesson that the most expensive option is not always the best. We were delighted to discover how well this model stood up to its costlier competitors. The motor is quiet and...