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We're enamored of houses that have their numbers (and letters) proudly on display, and Rocky Mountain Hardware has some nice options to mark your territory. These come in either white or silicone...
We have seen hostesses go white when guests put wet glasses straight down on the coffee table. Now, whether or not water stains on varnished wood strike fear in your heart, laying a few of these...
These porcelain and cork salt and pepper shakers were named for the latitude where Denmark meets Norway, but designed for the dining table at the intersection of mashed potatoes and green beans. We...
Pencils are practically passé for modern kids, who are no doubt learning their way around a keyboard as soon as they can sing the alphabet song. Typing can be tough to master but qwerty...
Created by George Nelson for Herman Miller around 1952, this desk features a hidden drawer with a three-tiered shelving system on one side and a perforated metal basket on the other. Twin sliding...
Florence Knoll designed this three-drawer piece in 1949—it was one of her earlier mass-produced creations. It features a single pedestal and tapering legs. It has been restored, and it's in...
Sporting perforated metal shelving and an attached stool on wheels, this late-nineteenth-century desk has one tiny slide-out drawer and though it certainly shows its age, it's a superb example of...
Designed in the 1950s, this piece features unrestored distressed pencil-case steel legs and a laminate top in excellent condition. The drawer is oak, as is the edging around the laminate top. The...
Ah, to have a Womb of one's own. For those who can't afford to curl up in Eero Saarinen's classic easy chair, consider adorning your wall with Eric Rewitzer's black and white linocut; It's the same...
Even with all the work that needed to be done, the house had some wonderful moments—like this corner window in the master bedroom. The roof of the area below will become a deck. Stay tuned for Post...
Designed in the 1960s, this iconic piece features vertical steel wire rods welded to circular horizontal and edge-framing rods. Available in a variety of sizes.
Available in a wood finish, matte lacquer or gloss lacquer.
Solid natural beech wood simple chairs with transparent corrugated polycarbonate seat and backrest. By Jasper Morrison for Magis.
In production for nearly thirty years, the Componibili is an iconic piece of plastic modular furniture that is counted among MoMA's permanent collection of furnishings. Available in various sizes,...
Designed in 2004, this piece features high-gloss and powder-coated moulded and welded sheet steel, and felt glides. Available in three sizes.
Manufactured from single planks of American oak or walnut, this bedside table sports a single drawer with hidden metal runners on the underside with a sprung “pull back” action. It can...
This curvy storage jar designed by Angeletti Ruzza and coffee producer Lavazza is comfortable to hold and easy to open. The glossy red acrylic has a white interior, is dishwasher safe, and is great...
Practical and elegant storage for everything from rice to sugar to jam. Airtight stoppes and lead free glass are perfect for foods, and come in 5 sizes.
Easy access countertop canister collection from Simple Human. An ergonomic handle and fun push button release make for a good interaction with your food storage. They even have a five year warranty...
Simple glass storage for your leftovers. Square or circular tempered-glass in multiple sizes and very affordable price tag.
Made in Italy, these glass jars have an easy open metal clamp and rubber gasket for an airtight seal. Available in half a dozen sizes they can store all your different leftovers.
This large container keeps bulk herbs in a suspended removal tray. Floating above water your herbs stay fresh for weeks, right in your refridgerator door.