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The Cube by Eastvold Furniture is a piece that certainly lives up to its name, a refreshingly unfussy cabinet design that comes in reclaimed Douglas Fir, maple, walnut, or white oak.
Kartell's indoor/outdoor Lizz chair—similar to Starck's La Marie, but designed with comfort in mind—finally arrived stateside in 2008 in seven glossy techno-polymer colors.
If you have ever dreamed of Jeannie, this bottlenecked Barbara carafe—with a glass ball stopper-hopper in its base—will rub you the right way.
An estimated 75% of household trash can be recycled. This recycling center eliminates the clutter of bottles, cans, and paper by sorting, storing, and compacting recyclables. There's also a junk...
This 32 card set was designed by Charles Eames in 1952 and features images of textiles, patterns and everyday things, proving that inspiration can be found in the simplest of sources. Interlock...
This stool might look like a simple stump, but it's actually a steel version of the real deal. Available in different heights and colors, collect them all for a full forest effect in your living room.
The delicate legs (or are they limbs?) of this trestlelike table by Nosigner grew out of a fractal algorithm called Tree Curve that used the free-form geometry of tree branches to determine their...
Produced in Appalachia in the 1910s, this anonymous black bird from the Eames House rose to stardom in the 1950s when it appeared in silhouette with a group of DKR chairs. From 3-D scans of the...
The Chuck Waste Paper Basket, by studio CRANK, is constructed of 100% recycled cardboard, printed with low VOC based inks, and is totally recyclable. It's assembled by simply folding and tucking,...
You can always count on a pendant light to brighten up a room. The Fibonacci lampshade from the MoMA Store was inspired by the eponymous Italian mathematician who explored the complex number...
Benchwarming never looked better. Iconic designer Jens Risom has created a modern classic to match a chair and ottoman duo he introduced in 1949. Slide the cushion from left to right and a side...
Fancy yourself a flower arranger but can't keep a blossom in bloom? Target your talents at the Torch Light. Available as a single stem or in bunches, the simple design lets you create your own...
Made by female workers in Botswana, where Mabeo is based, and under economically and environmentally sustainable conditions, this colorful new line of crafted furniture by Patty Johnson is designed...
This thin stick of a table lamp, standing trim on its fiberglass base, comes in four colors for every fashionista—and its innovative, reflective light "diffuser" spreads a warm glow throughout the...
Sometimes you just need another place to sit. Whether you're hosting a party or sending someone on a time-out in the corner, this simple spindle stool is just right, and comes apart for flat...
This club chair, new from Jonathan Adler, is a two-tone creation atop blackened iron legs. Available in leather and linen, as seen here, or upholstered in a single fabric.
Without numbers or markings of any kind, Naoto Fukasawa's Twelve Watch uses the geometry of the watchface itself to tell time: The 12-sided case helps tick down the hours as its minimalist hands...
Font designers with a fear of having their typefaces copied ad infinitum online need only swap Fontographer for cast iron. A heavy metal ampersand is about as analog as it gets—and at either heft ...
Trying to furnish your flat with all of BarberOsgerby's oeuvre but don't have the time to shop around? Puzzle, a flat-weaved wood rug, packs the contents of the designers' sketchbooks onto a nine...
Now here's a bright idea: breeze through the queue at the airport with these silicone carry-on travel bottles. At two ounces, they're small enough to join you on the plane, large enough to hold...
Historic pottery Heath Ceramics has unveiled two new colors for the soon-to-be released summer 2009 collection—Marigold Frost and Hibiscus Frost. The new colorway will appear on vases (seen here),...
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 ...
The Grand Cru, designed by Erik Bagger, fulfills the expectations of serious wine drinkers by offering the perfect shape, size, and balance in a glass. The Danish company also offers equally chic...
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...
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...