Check out some of our favorites from the Architectural Digest Home Design Show 2015!
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A clever catchall that provides a home for all those little bits and pieces you have laying around.
A modern black and white residence with a similar, contrasting interior.
Material Lust new lighting collection features bold lines, rich materials, and heavy symbolism.
A modular collection of outdoor seating which lets you create the perfect sanctuary to get away from the chaos.
Vipp's Chief Designer Morten Bo Jensen gives us a look into their Copenhagen offices where they make it all happen.
A line of graphic, muted tiles that can be used indoors or out, and on the floors or walls.
A modern vase made up of three simple parts that's designed to hold your dried flowers (or other items).
A NYC apartment with minimalist details, a soothing color palette, and plenty of storage.
A mixed use of robust materials led to a bold series of furniture and objects d'art pieces from Tessa Koot.
A modern, go-to bag carryall that lets you choose how to wear it - a backpack or a shoulder bag.
One word inspired the new work Moroso is set to launch at 2015 Salone del Mobile.
A unique, modern home in Slovakia built around trees and the lot's steep terrain.
Renowned interior designer Mark Cutler shares a few of his favorite things in this Friday Five.
Up your desk game and make your co-workers jealous with some of our favorite office supplies.
Lithos Design aims to change the way you think of stone inlay design with their modern interpretations.