A pawsome new twist on furniture.
Home Furnishings - Page 5
These geometric comforters give you an extra reason to stay in bed during rainy days.
A cozy seating collection inspired by the idea of being wrapped up under covers.
Lujo, known for their ability to maximize relaxation, has reinvented the bean bag.
A brass candelabra with four cymbal-like discs that rotate to amplify and reflect light.
A minimal bookend with a round top flange designed so users have enough material to grab onto.
Soufuu is a playful meeting spot that encourages you and your friends to meet up and start some new habits, like resting and disconnection.
Leander's Linea Cot goes from a newborn crib, to a regular crib, to a toddler bed, and eventually to a two-seater sofa.
A warm, simple lighting collection that exudes elegance.
Jardisac rethinks potted plants with their lightweight, breathable pots made from a durable, resistant canvas that's designed to last.
Amuneal has done a brilliant job of bringing warmth to the typically cold and shiny brass as a design material.
A pair of lights with moody, blown-glass shades in bold geometric silhouettes.
Combining rock maple and brass, this watering can is far superior to the throwaway plastic variety.
Bar Gantz uses steam to shape wood for unique pieces of furniture.
Parachute just expanded their bath collection to include even more essentials including tub mats, bath rugs, and shower curtains.
An X-shaped seat inspired by the infinity symbol.