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May 30, 2014
The Dwell Store will present its first IRL pop-up store at Dwell on Design Los Angeles June 20–22. Check out the online Dwell Store for a collection of products that will be on hand and for sale, plus, a sneak peek at new home goods that will be introduced at DODLA.
Leon Ransmeier stool for HAY at the Dwell Store at Dwell on Deslgn Los Angeles
The Revolver Stool was designed by Leon Ransmeier for HAY. It rotates a complete 360 degrees, and is designed for use at a bar, kitchen counter, or as occasional seating. The seat and footrest rotate in unison, providing comfort and a sense of unity within the piece.
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Haptic Lab toy kite for kids sold at Dwell Store pop-up store at Dwell on Design Los Angeles.
Haptic Lab is a Brooklyn design studio that creates quilts, kites, and other textiles. The Deneb Kite is crafted from screen-printed kite fabric in Brooklyn, and is cut and assembled in Williamsport, Pennsylvania. The Deneb Kite features Haptic Lab’s signature ten-foot-long patchwork kite tail and includes kite twine and flying instructions.
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Bower Tipsy wooden accent desktop accessory at Dwell Store pop-up store at Dwell on Design Los Angeles.
New York Design Studio Bower creates products that marry traditional woodworking with playful purposes. The Tipsy is made from turned brass and maple, and is structured in a teardrop shape. It can be used as a paperweight, accent, desktop toy, or even as a stress reliever.
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Copper photo hanging bar by Yield at Dwell on Design pop-up store at Dwell on Design Los Angeles.
Yield Design Co.’s Copper Photo Bar takes away the hassle of framing photos while creating a distinctive hanging structure. The photo bar can hold a series of photographs, postcards, or other paper mementos, and is hung on the wall with a simple copper nail. Photos are held in place with magnets, making it easy to swap pictures and cards out on a whim.
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Geometric walnut cheese plate cutting board at Dwell Store pop-up store Dwell on Design Los Angeles.
The Ray Long Serving Board from On Our Table is defined by its geometric shapes and angles. The board is designed to present cheeses, charcuterie, and other small appetizers, and features easy-to-hold beveled edges. The surface of the board is intricately etched, giving the board visual interest.
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Leon Ransmeier stool for HAY at the Dwell Store at Dwell on Deslgn Los Angeles
The Revolver Stool was designed by Leon Ransmeier for HAY. It rotates a complete 360 degrees, and is designed for use at a bar, kitchen counter, or as occasional seating. The seat and footrest rotate in unison, providing comfort and a sense of unity within the piece.

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