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Why relegate the pleasures of a crackling firelight to just one room of the house? This framed flame from Spark Modern Fires—which burns natural gas or propane at 95 percent efficiency,...
Scandinavians are all about fighting the gloom of the subarctic winter with fire. These oil lamps, with porcelain canisters shaped like the lonely lighthouses that dot the fjords, burn like...
Crafted from recycled glass bottles, these carafes blend a smart sensibility with sustainable design principles. We love that the top doubles as a glass—perfect to keep bedside if you...
A graphic design duo from Ghent rigged up a modular filing system that circles back to their print work: Some components of the rolling trolley are printed with patterned veneers while others are...
Swedish designer Jacob Granat fabricated this compact storage system with an eye on mid-century modern lines and a present-day solution: a place where his girlfriend can keep her phone, keys,...
The secretary desk of yore conjures up a nook- and-cranny-filled spot for illicit correspondence, and this pint-size, modern reinterpretation does not disappoint with its drop front, sliding...
Whether you’re serving morning coffee for two or a pizza party for a gaggle of friends, this coffee table does triple duty by expanding its square inches with surfaces that tuck away when...
A black walnut top perched on a thin stainless steel base opens to reveal a compartment for storing jewelry— an unexpected surprise the size of a porthole.
We've all heard the saying "everything in it's place," but if that's more like a pipe dream than a motto, UK-based manufacturer Kukka released this series of wall hooks that might help...
"In Judaica shops you can occasionally find a nice menorah or pair of candlesticks, but there isn't a body of these objects that represents contemporary thought and certainly not contemporary...
Portland, Oregon's Pigeon Toe Ceramics boasts some mighty strong environmental creeds: All of their ceramics are made from natural clay, feature lead-free glazes, and are fired in kilns fueled by...
It's no secret that designs that do double duty make our hearts throb. Enter the Red Dot Award–winning BlancoWhite series of LED lamps by Antoni Arola for Santa & Cole. They're tables,...
These hanging stoneware vases are made by Christina Nickerson of Olmay Home, a company dedicated to supporting local artisans and craftsmen. The vessels have homespun sensibility about them that we...
Requireing less than one-tenth of the energy required to product its ceramic counterpart, this 100-percent wool felt bowl is an attractive accessory to stash your odds and ends.
Designed by Raul Lauri and debuted at the 2012 Salone, these lamps bring new life to a common waste item: coffee grounds. "The aim is to give a second life to coffee grounds as a biodegradable...
Up-and-coming New Zealand design and manufacturing company Resident caught our eye with their brass beauty. Illuminated by an LED bulb and controlled via a sphere of polished marble, this task lamp...
L.A.'s Kalon studios hit a home run with this minimalist organizer. Fit to sit atop a desk, or act as a freestanding piece, this unit is crafted from bamboo, finished with non-toxic wood oils, and...
1950s Palm Springs was the jumping off point for this walnut console. While we dig the throwback to the atomic era, the low-VOC water-based lacquer and eco-friendly MDF used in this American-made...
An LED bulb shines brightly in this table lamp handmade in Laguna Beach, California. A variety of material and finish combinations are available, including Baltic birch, oiled walnut, and dark...
Keep drinks at hand and disposable cups out of landfills by toting along this vessel for your morning coffee or tea.
"The brutal shape and bright pink of these vases remind me of Ettore Sottsass, a designer whom I've been a fan of since I was a kid growing up in Ashburnham, Massachusetts."&mdash...
French industrial designer Accoceberry’s braid-like rugs for Chevalier are hand-knotted in Nepal from wool or a wool-silk blend.
Weinrib’s reversible flatweave carpets, like this one inspired by African prints, are hand-woven in India from natural cotton.
Figuerola’s design emulates a type of vernacular Moroccan textile that combines three techniques: embroidery, weaving, and knotting.
The undulating stripes in Missoni’s velour Tapetti collection are like haute couture for the floor – not for the faint of heart.