“Design is so simple. That’s why it’s so complicated.” –Paul Rand

The designs might be minimal but the color palette is friendly.

You can really add some drama to a room with the size of this distressed leather framed mirror lined with wood. 72" diameter.
For the Product Design Novice: These five classics will beef up your understanding of design considerably; learn the process behind global design, ordinary objects, and the work of the greats.
TOTO showcases its range of bathroom products designed with the environment in mind, such as its one gallon flush toilets.
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Oxo tools by Femme Den.
The store features designers such as Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec, Margaux Keller, Constance Guisset, Ionna Vautrin, Pauline Deltour, Sam Baron, Vitra, Petite Friture, and Lexon.
Based in Swaziland, Quazi Design started as a jewelry maker in 2009, and now produces home accessories and furniture. Whether bowls, pendants, or pillows, all of the studio's designs are made out of paper.
OneLessOffice by Heckler Design. A space-saving office suite that stacks, expands, and hides clutter is made from commercial-grade steel in Phoenix, Arizona.
"The danger is that e-commerce can turn good design into a commodity. You lose the value of how and why it was made. We maintain a history-based, philosophy-based online store. Every product we feature has a description written by us, not taken out of a catalog." — Nasir Kassamali
"New @sorenrose collection for @fermliving at #maisonetobjet."
Mitt chair by Claudia & Harry Washington for Bernhardt Design, $2,100.

Inspired by a baseball glove’s shape and stitching detail, the versatile upholstered lounge chair features soft, rounded edges—a boon for families with young children.
Takt Project's 3-Pring Product line.
Cement Product Design presented a wealth of winsome products, including the Face Two Face series of plates, a two-sided cutting board/plate system that is laser-etched in Atami, a city located on one end of the Shizuoka Prefecture that is known for its regional proficiency in wood joinery techniques.
The 3-D printed 3-Pring Product line allows people to transform preexisting products.
Reinvention is a common theme throughout Takt Project's work.
A 3-D printed accessory by Takt Project transforms a Muji frosted pencil holder into a pendant lamp.
Takt Project designed 3-D printed products for Muji table and chairs.