"Form Follows Construction" is Lee Walsh's singular motto when it comes to design.
We shared a little bit of every kind of dream-worthy home furnishings posts in 2016 and now we revisit the most popular.
We take a look back at our Deconstruction archives from 2016 to see just how our favorite designs come to fruition.
A modular piece of furniture that serves several different functions: a chair, toy, stepping stool, basket, table, or more.
We highlight Lábrica's handcrafted furniture that focuses on contemporary lines with traditional Guatemalan craftsmanship.
Merkled takes us through the manufacturing process of their Net Stool.
To celebrate the PANTONE Color of the Year 2017, we rounded up 10 modern designs that resemble next year's Greenery color selection.
Skagerak launched their latest collection called Turn which comprises a minimalist bench, stool, and mirrors.
Solid wood furniture, each named after a family member, complete with handcrafted details.
A wooden stool that's meant to be sat on or for resting objects that has a minimalist, organic aesthetic.
Sag doesn't have typical stool legs, instead it's a single piece that looks as if it's folded fabric.
We scoped out Lumens to find 10 affordable design icons under $500.
A debut collection from Bowen Liu, who focuses on minimalism and symmetry.
We checked out an exhibition called Simbiótica that connected contemporary artists and traditional Guatemalan artisans.
We share some of our favorite designs from Helsinki’s 12th annual design week, which centered around the 47th iteration of Habitare.
Ola Giertz explored the world of fonts and settled on the letter 'T' for a minimalist stool.