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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.
The Studio Collection is The Rug Company’s first “entry-level” line. The range of handmade cotton dhurries is reasonably priced and available in 18 color-saturated prints.
Paris-based Deltour was a designer and project leader at Konstantin Grcic’s office in Munich for three years before branching out on her own in 2010. Current clients include Alessi, Tacchini...
Los Angeles furniture designer and maker Tanya Aguiñiga was raised in Tijuana, Mexico. Her highly emotional, tactile, and colorful work combines furniture design and community activism. ...
Caroline Gomez’s range of unfussy furniture pieces keeps a tight focus on natural materials: wood, ceramic, leather, and cloth. The beech Contre collection (French for “against...
Based in Malmö, Sweden, Louise Hederström has a cheerful aesthetic derived from a wide array of sources, from the sheet metal she often uses (inspired by the tractors on her childhood...
One of our new favorite blankets is by Spanish company Teixidors, a small-scale textile maker that weaves its environmentally minded wares in Terrassa, a city in Catalonia. A collaboration with...
One of the best things about masculine design is that it’s minimal and always in style. The Dylan table takes a hardwood slab, pairs it with metal, and creates a tailored silhouette.
We love this update on the ultimate male seating, the Chesterfield. It has the heavy, classic lines but this version incorporates a more squared-off shape, and West Elm gives you so many fabric...
Thomas O’Brien always has wonderful stuff for Target, but we especially like his classic sheet set. It would work as a great backdrop to a bold duvet or layered with another neutral.
Stripes create a bold backdrop to any room and I love the classic combination of charcoal and white.
Thailand-based company Ango prides itself with fabricating products using sustainable human-scale production techniques and natural materials. Their Full Moon pendant utilizes hundreds of silk...
San Francisco outdoor gear company Alite released these nifty camping utensils made from BPA-free recyclable nylon. A spork, knife, and cooking tool all in one, the implement is heat-safe up to 400...
Designer Bryan Parks dreamed up these clever fruit baskets made from upcycled chopsticks. We love the inventive thought that went into repurposing something that would normally be thrown away.
Calling frequent movers: In under five minutes, you can unscrew Tablo’s three ash-wood legs and pack the pieces into a narrow box.
Crafted from reclaimed timbers, this bedside stand need not be relegated to the bedroom. It could work as a sculptural piece anywhere.