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B-line will exhibit some of its latest pieces at Salone this month (man, I really need to go next year!).

Quby, designed by Stefan Bench, is an incredible and versatile bookcase module made in rotomoulded polyethylene. The shape is really original and the colors are catchy — kind of like Spring. Quby is versatile: it can be hung on the wall or rest on the floor.

The same could be said about Splash, with a watchful eye this stool will remind about your childhood, not only for the colors, but also because it looks like a king’s crown, although Kristian Aus, the designer, was inspired by a raindrop touching ground. Splash is a stool, but upside down it can also be used as a container, maybe as wine cooler (for adults, of course!)?

The last new product revealed by B-line is Fin, designed by Neuland Industriedesign, an uncommon modular shelf in painted steel that permits to display books in a funny and floating way. Books create the bookcase while the support is hidden.

Jaime Derringer, Founder + Executive Editor of Design Milk, is a Jersey girl living in SoCal. She dreams about funky, artistic jewelry + having enough free time to enjoy some of her favorite things—running, reading, making music, and drawing.