9 Nature-Inspired Furniture Designs
Taiwanese designer Kenyon Yeh takes the shape of a pushpin and increases its size exponentially for his cork combination stool and end table.
Made in the United Kingdom from slip-cast terra-cotta, oak, and cork, the Element Vessel works as a vase, decanter, or sculptural object.
- Cozy up to nature with an all-encompassing look at terrestrial life from Dwell's April 2014 issue.
Tactile and organic, these handmade pendants combine the neutral tones of kiln-fired terra-cotta with a shiny, white porcelain glaze.
Standing just over three feet tall, British designer Russell Pinch’s table lamp has an ultra-thin ash veneer shade. When illuminated, the natural wood grain becomes visible.
We've long been believers in the artfully placed accent pillow, and very much like the style of Midwestern design and manufacturing studio Three Sheets 2 the Wind. The collection of nature-inspired textiles—hand-screened on hand-dyed Irish linen—have a great retro charm guided by the Japanese philosophy of wab-sabi, or appreciation of the "imperfect, impermanent, and incomplete,"
- Generate some of your own shade this summer with lush plants and their equally attractive planters.