Negative space is a positive in our book: Incorporate thinly outlined furniture pieces into your small space and cut the visual clutter.
TT by Ron Gilad for Adele-C, $500
The removable tray inside a wire frame seems to float within a minimalist cage. adele-c.it
Naturally Cabinet by Alexandra Gonçalves
Ribbons of blackened stainless steel outline wood cabinetry and lacquered white sheet metal. alexandragoncalves.com
Plantrellis by Luca Nichetto for Berga, $600-$1,700
Using chicken wire to support growing vines is a thing of the past thanks to these sleek wire trellises set inside concrete planters. berga-form.se
Guapo desk by CB2, $499
This trim work surface sports an industrial iron frame with a mango-wood drawer. cb2.com
Adobe desk tools in terra cotta by Ilaria Innocenti, $150–$200
Wire “molds” affixed to weighty clay bricks make for an experimental set of work accessories. ilariai.com
Riviera large and small pendant lamps by Paola Navone for Crate & Barrel, $129-$199. Flocked steel outlines an open, architectural pendant lamp created as part of Navone's Mediterranean-influenced collection for the American manufacturer. crateandbarrel.com
Wireframe end table by Gus Modern, $400. A walnut finished top sits on a powder-coated steel grid framework which allows for storage of cushions, blankets, books, or clutter. allmodern.com
Sidekick high stool by Timothy John, $540 NZD each. The new counterheight version of John's wireframe stool is available in four colors with a clear or black stain ash hardwood top. timothyjohn.net
And this year at Salone del Mobile, Magis unveiled a new upholstered seating collection by Konstantin Grcic, for which its wireframe bases are a key design feature. Here, the Traffic sofa (also available in an armchair, lounge, and small bench).