With slim profiles and economical materials, these wire furnishings and accessories have modern design in their DNA. Following up our small spaces story on wire furniture, here are ten more examples of the style.
Powder-coated in a bright orange hue, the wires of the Farmhouse Chair by Bend position geometry in space in the most comfortable way possible.
Casamania's Hexagon bench from 2011 in pre-galvanized metal seats three. It's suitable for outdoor use and comes in three colorways.
Designed by Stephen Burks for Artecnica, the TaTu Side Table multitasks, serving as a tray, a fruit bowl, a trash can to suit your needs. Handwoven, galvanized and powdercoated steel wiring has never been more accommodating.
The Plantrellis by Luca Nichetto for Berga develops the homegrown side of wire design. In varying sizes and colors, the Plantrellis will support gardeners in all their endeavors.
With a wire frame beneath its veneer, laminate, or baltic birch tabletop, the Eames Elliptical table, manufactured by Herman Miller, proves that wire has been modern from the beginning.
Resembling a domestic paperclip, this Wire Hanger, designed by Aruliden for Areaware, slots, hangs, stacks and holds more than ever before.
This Wire Coatrack by Tom Dixon is infinite: made of thick stainless steel wire and interlocking pieces, it is technology that will endure and extend, filling walls of any size with study storage.
Fog Linen's Wire Flower Blanket is flexible and functional. The perfect material for this accent piece, curved wire softens and highlights material contrasts within a room.