We do our best to give you a sampling of everything when it comes to modern Home Furnishings, from the coolest baby cradles to swinging outdoor loungers, and everything in between. Take a look at the top 10 Home Furnishings posts from 2015.
10. A Hanging Felt Cradle Inspired by the Womb
Inspired by a baby’s experience in the womb, this modern cradle is suspended and reacts gently to every move or wiggle by a baby.
9. METIS: A Solid Wood Desk with Plenty of Storage
Designed by Gonçalo Campos, this electronic-ready desk is made of solid wood with compartments and workspace on both sides so two people can work together.
8. Bare Wood Becomes Ethereal with Wooden Aquarelle
When poured on wooden surfaces, liquid pigments flow randomly creating color gradients, transitioning into other hues resulting in ethereal panels of art.
7. West Elm Workspace: Office Furniture & Accessories
West Elm Workspace fills in the marketplace by offering affordability, flexibility, comfort, and style, while bringing a residential vibe to the office.
6. Clever Concrete Cloud Toilet Paper Holder
For your toilet paper that’s as soft as a cloud…
5. A Desk That Lets You Record Thoughts & Ideas in the Moment
Kirsten Camara created the Analog Memory Desk as a way to record all those small details that we need to jot down in the moment but will forget by tomorrow.
4. IKEA Unveils Line of Wireless Charging Furniture
IKEA’s new range of bedside tables and floor, table, and work lamps come with integrated wireless Qi charging pads.
3. Meyou: Classy Furniture for Classy Cats
Aiming to combine comfort for cats with a passion for design, Meyou built a collection of “classy furniture for discerning cats” in 3 different shapes.
2. Kodama Zomes: Hanging Geodesic Seats & Beds
Kodama Zomes are hanging geodesic domes that are part love seat, bed, and private space, equalling the perfect place to relax and enjoy the outdoors.
And the most popular Home Furnishings post of 2015 is…
1. Your Baby’s First, Really Cool Bed
They may be small but newborns need cool, luxurious places to sleep too, so Ralph Montemurro designed the Rockwell Bassinet for Monte Design.