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This sleek cabinet has a convenient full-extension storage drawer and coordinates with Purist lavatories. Mounted on the wall, it frees up bathroom space—something that can come in very handy...
An ideal tool for prepping instant coffee, tea, oatmeal and ramen in seconds—particularly in a crowded office kitchen around lunchtime. It dispenses up to 60 cups of 190°F water every hour.
The sky is thick and heavy and a very grey San Francisco is soaking wet and standing tall between home and the office. While it's much, much nicer to be curled up and cozy indoors, the sun's in our...
The shallow design and angular edges make this basin an ideal fixture for a powder room or any other diminutive space. It's available in an array of monochromatic tones.
An undercounter double-basin sink boasts a nine-inch depth—nice and roomy for stockpiing dirty dishes when you're not quite ready to end the dinner party, but want to make room for dessert.
Both sculptural and functional, this widespread lavatory faucet features a slightly wider base with understated detailing. It's available in a variety of finishes, from polished nickel to brushed...
Take a look at this ceramic set from Vessel, and what do you see: a carafe for wine and eight small glasses, a group of bouquet and bud vases, a utensil container and cups for serving scoops of ice...
This ADA-compliant faucet, with its single-control joystick valve, has a solid brass construction. This piece is part of the Fountainhead Suite and comes equipped with installation hardware.
Crafted from walnut, this cutting board is made to fit specifically with the Stages sinks in 33-inch and 45-inch diameter, each of which features an integrated ledge to hold the board.
If you live in San Francisco you've likely walked past Meteor Lights a few times without noticing the small storefront on 17th Street and Guerrero. This cool studio allows you to completely...
This floor-mount bath filler has a solid brass construction, and comes equipped with an aerator, hardware kit, and an escutcheon. ADA-compliant, this product complements the s o¯k overflow...
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...
This one-piece interface allows the user to control hydro-massage and temperature treatment settings inside the shower. It has custom and pre-configured options for installation, and a conventient...
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.
We're big fans of good-looking, multi-functional items, especially when they can be used for things that involve gifting, or wine, or helping us get organized. These felt pockets by Scout Regalia...
Music can't make much of an impact unless it can be heard, and tunes that are played like they're meant to sound—rich, deep, clean—can be a revelation. San Francisco–based product...
This hand-felted, hand-sewn rug from Odegard is made from 100% recycled strips of wool, with a style inspired by traditional artisan craftwork. As it's able to be bought by the square foot, you can...
This nontoxic, washable wallpaper was custom created by Anita Modha and Jonathan Nodrick for the Canadian boutique Worth. You can create your own wall covering using the pattern of your choice.
Xorel withstands a million double rubs before showing signs of wear. Now the polyethylene yarn fabric can be hot-pressed with five embossed patterns.
Part Star Trek, part John Galliano, these mesmerizing polymer panels will bring a touch of bling to any environment.
Silvery-black pebbles encased in a transparent resin remind us of Jennifer Lopez's movie The Cell—as though this could only exist in CGI.
Wool felt takes on a new dimension, literally. The fluted patterns have been used for cushions, but could clad a whole room.
A high-pressure laminate made from real materials such stainless steel or copper, Homapal is available in a range of intricate textures and patterns and sports a miraculous .05-inch profile.
This decorative glass is not unlike an enhanced version of a microscopic slide—albeit one that could be ten feet wide.
This large-scale architectural chain mail could keep your next project safe from marauding Crusaders. Use it for cladding, curtains, or even conveyor belts.