A sculptural object with no particular function, but the wrapped rubber coils allow you to hold or hang things.
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ferm LIVING's latest collection of Scandinavian goods is better than good.
Imprint was a show focused on celebrating print in all its forms - on furniture, found objects and—of course—paper.
A wall shelf that takes the fruit from the fruit bowl and displays it neatly in rows.
A little koala holds onto your stuff, from cables to a toothbrush or pencil. Too cute.
Furniture that combines tradition and modernity, with a dash of humor.
Striped wool felt wall coverings you can customize into the perfect linear sculpture.
These minimalist candleholders make us wish power goes out.
A collection of geometric rugs and wall hangings handmade in Sardinia.
Digitally print your own custom wallcoverings with the help of HP Latex printers.
This simple coat rack has a graphic 3D look, but with a space-saving twist.
Scraps of paper-laminate countertop waste are turned into slate-like modern tiles.
A collection of wall-mounted shelves that you can customize with lamps, mirrors and even dry-erase board.
A box-like display that acts as a living picture frame, ever-changing and growing display.
OYOY is a new Danish home furnishings company with colorful Scandinavia-meets-Japan style goods.
Wooden shoes that were inspired by how the Shakers store unused furniture on the walls.