From practical to merely fun to have around, we rounded up 10 objects and home accessories that you'll love to have in your everyday life.
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The Anne Boysen TOWARD sofa for Erik Jørgensen was given a soothing, nature-inspired makeover featuring 6 shades of green woolen textiles.
Sami Kallio designed the Y5 chair, which gets its name from the 5 inverted Y-shaped components that make up the seat back.
Baran Studio Architecture took on a renovation that involved an existing Victorian house that had been hidden by a simple white box.
A group of students designed and produced a functioning bicycle constructed with a 3D printed, stainless steel frame.
Made of a fiber glass resin monocoque, this modern, outdoor chair is punched with a pattern of square and round slot.
Atelier-D strips the game of checkers of its typical plastic elements and reimagines it out of laser-etched maple and walnut woods.
Arquitectura en Estudio designed Casa 5, a private in Colombia with amazing views and a central, glass-enclosed courtyard.
Anicorn just launched their latest series of watches that use rotating concentric discs instead of watch hands.
An eye-catching lighting installation made out of cardboard that references a flock of flying birds.
DesignByThem approached Seaton Mckeon to design a modern umbrella stand that can be used both indoors or outdoors.
A simple apartment got a new layout and a simple, refreshing scheme with a cohesive vibe.
A flat-pack stool highlights the functional parts with a colorful metal structure as a design feature instead of hiding them.
The compact, modern Pacco desk was designed to fit into small spaces, which is where its two-legged design originated.
Alex Schleifer, Vice President of Design for Airbnb, shares five things that inspire his creativity in this week's Friday Five.
Kai Takeshima has designed a handmade wood and brass vinyl unit that not only holds and stores your records, it displays them too.