Most Modest Debuts New Products for Spring 2019

Most Modest originally launched back in 2012 with a line of design-focused tech goods that reflected a minimalist aesthetic. Seven years later they’re expanding into new categories following the same approach that include furniture, lighting, and planters. The new products, which lean towards minimalist design, have a universal feel that could easily work in an office or residential environment alike.

Tess planters are designed to work solo or as a group, where any configuration can become living architecture. Made in the US out of powder coated aluminum, the planters come in six sizes and in a range of standard Most Modest colors. Not only are they modular in how they’re used, they’re also modular in how they’re built as they’re designed to ship flat packed and easily assembled by the user with no tools. Design: Justin Champaign and Ben Salthouse

Atlas is decked out with the latest LED technology, wireless dimming controls, and an optional hanging USB charging cord, offering far more function than most suspension lighting. The pendants come in two sizes that are made with a powder coated shade and stem, frosted glass diffuser, and a 10-foot fabric cable that is available in both hardwired and plug-in versions. If the 15″ cord drop is added on, the powder coated aluminum ball will keep two devices charged via its two USB outlets, making it a great option for hanging above conference tables, workstations, or in lounges. Design: Most Modest Studio

The handy Walter wall shelf now comes in three lengths giving the option to hold a lot of personal items or just a few. The shelves come with integrated hooks where keys, jewelry, or charging cables can be hung, along with a flat surface to store additional items. Design: Most Modest Studio

Edo neatly contains a retractable power cord within its mounted powder coated aluminum housing. It hides away a 25-foot fabric cord with a white ash wood stop and outlet at the end. The compact case can easily blend into any wall or be highlighted in a contrasting color anywhere an extra power source is needed. Design: Most Modest Studio

Caroline Williamson is Editor-in-Chief of Design Milk. She has a BFA in photography from SCAD and can usually be found searching for vintage wares, doing New York Times crossword puzzles in pen, or reworking playlists on Spotify.