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June 25, 2014

For the first time since launching online in November 2013, the Dwell Store had a physical presence at Dwell on Design Los Angeles from June 20–22, 2014. The curated collection of products included Dwell Store exclusives and best sellers, among them minimalist furniture, statement pendant lights, and elegant accessories. If you couldn’t make it to DOD this year, check out ten featured products here, and be sure to view the complete collection at the Dwell Store.

Limited edition event poster for Dwell on Design Los Angeles 2014 featuring midcentury colors and architectural highlights of Los Angeles
Created in a limited edition of 100, this event poster by artist James Gulliver Hancock captures the architectural highlights and sights and sounds of Los Angeles alongside iconic modern designs. Created for Dwell on Design 2014, this poster's all-over illustration is at once simple and intricate.
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Elegant mixed material tray including brass, marble, walnut, and aluminum
The Perimeter Tray from Ladies & Gentlemen Studio is a simple piece with a complex mix of materials— the tray combines a walnut surface with a Carrara marble insert, brass handles, and a powder-coated aluminum perimeter. The marble insert can serve as a plate or cheeseboard, and can be repositioned within the tray to be used as a decorative divider. Also available in oak, the Perimeter Tray makes an excellent housewarming or wedding gift.
Originally appeared in Home Bar Essentials for Any Sized Space
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Enamelware cups for indoor and outdoor dining in four colors
A best seller at the Dwell Store since its beginning, these tumblers from Falcon Enamelware are a summer staple. Durable and versatile, the tumblers can be used both indoors and out. Expertly crafted, the tumblers are easily stackable.
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Over and In stackable bowl or platter that can be combined with others to create a graphic display
A new Dwell Store exclusive, the Stackable Fruit Bowl from French company adónde is an innovative piece that can be used as both a fruit bowl and a flat serving surface. The interior of the bowl features a lichen-colored, food-safe interior. When flipped over, the base of the bowl can be used to display charcuterie, cheeses, and other hors d’oeuvres.
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Sculptural mouth blown glass pendant light with black and clear glass and LED lamp
The Parison Pendant is a hand-blown glass pendant that mixes black and clear glass to create an ombre effect. Designed by Nat Cheshire, the top of the pendant is an opaque black that moves in a fluid gradient to ultimately become transparent. The neck of the pendant holds an LED lamp that diffuses soft, warm light. Nearly two feet in diameter, this overhead fixture creates a sculptural statement.
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Set of colorful blocks designed in reference to Brutalist design
A best seller at the DOD pop-up, Blockitecture is a small set of nesting blocks that is hand-painted to recall the look of urban structures. The colorful collection of blocks can be stacked in numerous ways, but the shape and cutouts of each block require some engineering in order to create a structure that stays standing.
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Terrarium kit including moss and sedum in a recycled wine bottle
This Terrarium Kit from Potting Shed Creations has everything you need to create an indoor garden for your desk, windowsill, or kitchen counter. This version was exclusively created for the Dwell Store, and is a complete moss and sedum kit housed in a recycled wine bottle.
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Machined brass candle holders that are stackable and feature a leather bottom
Designed by Ariane van Dievot, the Avandi Candlestix Candle Holder Set is a series of three sleek candlestick holders. Made from machined solid brass, each candle holder has a decidedly modern shape, and includes a pointed top for both securing a candlestick and stacking other holders in the series.
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Colorful storage bags in three sizes that can be hung on a hook

3D Zip Storage Bags from BAGGU, $8–$12 at store.dwell.com

The 3D Zip Storage bags from BAGGU are designed with utility in mind. The largest bag in the series can be used for travel organization or gym clothes—it fits a pair of shoes—or craft supplies. The medium sized bag (pictured) is ideal for storing beauty products, electronics, or small toys, while the smallest 3D Zip is perfect for storing utensils, glasses, or jewelry. All three bags include a loop, making them easy to carry and hang.

 

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Steel stool with minimalist silhouette and contrast footrest
New to the Dwell Store, the Sprig Stool from Council is defined by its simple design and minimalist silhouette. Designed by Chad Wright, the stool is set at bar height, making it a great option for both residential and commercial bars. The pared-down shape is interrupted by the unexpected stainless steel footrest, breaking up an otherwise uniform design.
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Limited edition event poster for Dwell on Design Los Angeles 2014 featuring midcentury colors and architectural highlights of Los Angeles
Created in a limited edition of 100, this event poster by artist James Gulliver Hancock captures the architectural highlights and sights and sounds of Los Angeles alongside iconic modern designs. Created for Dwell on Design 2014, this poster's all-over illustration is at once simple and intricate.

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