A wooden stool that's meant to be sat on or for resting objects that has a minimalist, organic aesthetic.
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Quentin de Coster designed a series of lamps for Van Den Weghe ITEMS that focus on the qualities of marble as a material.
Tables that were designed based on how easily plywood can bend.
An office chair that's simple and made to feel light and airy, almost giving it the illusion that it's floating.
A collaboration between Shoreditch's Ace Hotel and Modern Design Review saw local designers creating a series of objects the hotel needed.
Seoul-born, Los Angeles-based Mimi Jung, an artist and designer, shares five of her must-have favorite things that she can't live without.
Just in time for cooler weather, Society6 has launched cozy comforters! Check out some of our faves…
Windsor-inspired chairs that now come in six adventurous color ways.
A simple, handmade beehive inspired by traditional beehives but with added leather details.
Elijah Leed's classic designs are rooted in subtlety with just enough detail.
A stylish chair that's business in the front, party in the back.
A nod to architectural geometry, the Carlo Bookend is available individually or as a pair - exclusively from OTHR.
An installation that explores the wild, dark side of nature.
A ceramic set meant to create a tactile tea experience.
Introducing the first smart baby bed designed by Yves Behar and Dr. Harvey Karp.
How an exercise of drawing 100 chairs hones the eye, trains the hand and evolves student thinking.