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  1. Step stepladder

    Step stepladder

    No home is complete without a stepladder, and this looker folds flat to take up a scant sliver of storage area. Sold with a hook for hanging.

    $429.00

  2. Must-Have Tech Products for a Modern Home Office
    Product Reviews

    Must-Have Tech Products for a Modern Home Office

    These accoutrements will make your home office work as hard as you do.

    written by: Diana Budds
    09.11.14

  3. Icons of Danish Design: Wooden Ducklings and Birds
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    Icons of Danish Design: Wooden Ducklings and Birds

    In 1959, a Danish police officer stopped traffic in order to let a young family of ducks across the road. Inspired by the newspaper photographs, Hans Bøling designed duck and duckling figures to...

    written by: Marianne Colahan
    08.29.14

  4. 10 Back-To-School Essentials
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    10 Back-To-School Essentials

    Whether you’re heading back to school this fall, or heading back to work after a vacation, it’s important to outfit your workspace with functional design items that inspire creative...

    written by: Marianne Colahan
    08.21.14

  5. Spotlight on Peg and Awl: Home Products with History
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    Spotlight on Peg and Awl: Home Products with History

    Philadelphia–based Peg and Awl was founded by husband and wife design team Margaux and Walter Kent. The company creates products made from old materials, including reclaiming wood from 19th-century...

    written by: Marianne Colahan
    08.07.14

  6. 6 Savvy Notebooks for Work and Travel
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    6 Savvy Notebooks for Work and Travel

    The introduction of smartphones and tablets has made it easy to let your tech take over in the note-taking department, but there is something undeniable about the appeal of putting pen to paper....

    written by: Marianne Colahan
    07.10.14

  7. Bar Technicolor Pillow

    Bar Technicolor Pillow

    Bands of vibrant wool embroidery adorn the cotton throw pillow made in India. 

    $120.00

  8. Streamlined Wood-and-Leather Desk Accessories
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    Streamlined Wood-and-Leather Desk Accessories

    Earthy materials like wood and natural textiles have been popular for making phone cases and even speaker housings. Such materials look wonderfully incongruous next to the glass and polished metal...

    written by: Alexander George
    07.07.14

  9. Must-Have: Knauf & Brown's Standard Collection
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    Must-Have: Knauf & Brown's Standard Collection

    One of our 2014 Young Guns, Canadian design duo Knauf & Brown share their recently debuted Standard Collection.

    written by: Olivia Martin
    07.01.14

  10. Paper Cup

    Paper Cup

    Susty Party works with people from the Clovernook Center for the Blind and Visually impaired in Cincinnati, Ohio, to make the compostable, sustainably harvested paper cups.

    $4.99

  11. Bottle Rocks

    Bottle Rocks

    The cork stopper’s black walnut or maple wood tops are modeled after stones, and no two are exactly alike. Made in Cincinnati, Ohio.

    $22.00

  12. Screwdriver Set

    Screwdriver Set

    A Michigan company produces the wood-handled eight-piece screwdriver set. The Philips- and flat-head steel blades are forged in Massachusetts.

    $65.00

  13. SR Bicycle

    SR Bicycle

    Los Angeles–based studio Scout Regalia collaborated with makers in Philadelphia, Denver, and Alpine, New York, to fashion a steel-framed, powder-coated hybrid bike.

    $4500.00

  14. Bend Baskets

    Bend Baskets

    A modern interpretation of baskets used to collect crops, the powder-coated iron storage piece is made in Los Angeles and comes in 18- and 22-inch sizes.

    $250.00

  15. Totem candles and Stick candleholders

    Totem candles and Stick candleholders

    The marble or ash candlesticks with graphite tops are made in the Pacific Northwest, as are the beeswax candles, which are hand-turned on a lathe.

    $22.00

  16. Cone stop

    Cone stop

    Debuted at Salone Satellite in April 2014, the conical wood doorstop from Eugene, Oregon–based Studio Gorm has a looped handle for hanging when not in use.

    $40.00

  17. Travel Wallet

    Travel Wallet

    Stow your travel trappings—like passports, boarding passes, and cash—in this vegetable-tanned leather pouch designed and made in Portland, Oregon.

    $149.00

  18. Babylon collection

    Babylon collection

    Inspired by rocks, these faceted desktop accessories—tape dispenser, scissors, stapler, cup, pen, and alarm clock—are made of injection molded plastic.

    $15.00

  19. American Cycle: Modern Gear for Biking
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    American Cycle: Modern Gear for Biking

    Dwell’s roundup of tech-savvy biking gear and stylish new cycles will give you more reasons to ride. In a poor paraphrase of George Orwell, two wheels good, four wheels bad.

    written by: Patrick Sisson
    05.20.14

  20. Functional Furniture at New York Boutique Stillfried Wien
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    Functional Furniture at New York Boutique Stillfried Wien

    In Dwell's June issue, we sat down with Anna and Michael Trubrig of New York design shop Stillfried Wien, which sells a trove of design from Austria, Germany, Switzerland, and beyond. Here, check...

    written by: Diana Budds
    05.19.14

  21. Graphic, Affordable Posters for Apartment Walls
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    Graphic, Affordable Posters for Apartment Walls

    You don't need an expensive collection to fill your apartment with dynamic art.

    written by: Allie Weiss
    04.22.14

  22. 7 Travel Essentials
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    7 Travel Essentials

    As this week takes many Dwell staff members to Milan for the 2014 Salone Internazionale del Mobile, we know that wherever they are headed, travelers have certain universal needs. These seven...

    written by: Jacqueline Leahy
    04.07.14

  23. 8 Modern Laundry Rooms
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    8 Modern Laundry Rooms

    Dirty laundry tends to pile up. Here are eight homes from Dwell's archives that use smart design to keep it from becoming an eyesore.

    written by: Jacqueline Leahy
    04.07.14

  24. Exhibition Presents Design as a Force for Social Change
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    Exhibition Presents Design as a Force for Social Change

    The Museum of Design Atlanta showcases innovative solutions to common 21st-century problems.

    written by: William Lamb
    04.04.14

  25. NTN
    Profiles

    NTN

    Ian Walton (who comes from a long line of physicists) and Marcel Twohig (the son of an artist and sculptor) both studied industrial design at Dublin’s National College of Art & Design. They...

    written by: Kelsey Keith
    04.03.14

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