Thomas Coward's new pieces are full of bright colors and interesting shapes.
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A simple wooden stool made out of beech wood with colorful, modern metal details.
Hem introduces a new stacking stool with Scandinavian sensibilities from form to function.
A multipurpose stool that encourages low intensity physical activity.
A lightweight stool that looks like a strand of DNA when stacked.
Sometimes our favorite posts don't make it into the top 10 best or end-of-year roundups, so here they are!
Want to find out how your favorite modern products are made? Take a peek back at 2014's Deconstruction column.
We highlight the most popular outdoor finds we featured in our Get Out! column in 2014.
A stool with a faceted surface that looks as if it was carved by hand, but instead it was done through a 3D modeling technique.
An exploration in the relationship between concrete and yellow pine.
An eye-popping installation including furniture and clothing that focuses on a black and white grid.
An innovative surface material made from stitched wood.
Cheeky stools that kinda look alien-like, but they'll totally be your companion.
A colorful side table is made from pine and wrapped with reused plastic bags that have been crocheted into strands.
After long experimentation, Raw-Edges figured out a way to permanently dye wood through all its sections.