An eco-friendly picnic set that loses the traditionally-required basket.
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Maple knives that marry Italian and Japanese design.
An exhibition that re-imagines low-tech appliances and gives them a new use.
Finnish brand Artek delves into the small household item arena using their iconic fabrics.
A trivet made of cubes that goes from a square to a circle and everything in between.
New add-ons for your current IKEA products give them a complete makeover.
The New Norm Multi-Basket from Menu gives you the best of both worlds - it's a basket and a tray.
The Drip Tease collection might be a classic looking tea set in form, but this one has a bit of a contemporary twist.
While white kitchens can't miss in both classic and contemporary interiors, we dare you to diverge.
A hot cup of espresso, straight from your microwave in 30-seconds.
A beautiful collection of handcrafted walnut kitchen and dining room objects from OnOurTable.
A simple, insulated tumbler for your coffee and tea that not only keeps your beverages hot, it supports a great cause to boot.
A collection of tableware made from slab built clay featuring primitive sketches and doodles done by the designer.
Studio Segers has designed a simplistically unique furniture and accessory collection with oak poles incorporated into each piece.
A Swiss Army knife inspired the Campana Brothers to create a modular furniture unit for the kitchen.
A new collection from Kontextür would definitely get the Don Draper seal of approval.