Dive back into these 10 posts to see what were the most popular posts in the home furnishings category in 2017.
Modular storage units with raised handles that give the finished product a three-dimensional, geometric look.
Elevate a basic IKEA sideboard with new fronts by Swedish artist Klas Ernflo, who created the non-repetitive Delirium Collection.
Sideboards that feature graceful lines that allow it to be easily integrated into any room and seamlessly matched with other furniture.
A2 just unveiled a brand new collection of Scandinavian-inspired furniture for 2017 during Stockholm Design Week.
Excess material taking up space becomes the inspiration for new designs.
A collection of custom wood furniture inspired by a hotel design.
Elijah Leed's classic designs are rooted in subtlety with just enough detail.
Colorful linear panels overlap to create geometric shapes and graphical patterns on the front of this sideboard.
A collection inspired by 1930s architecture, African art, and geometry.
HARTÔ has launched new products for 2016, including a sideboard, armchair, and shelving system, that have a simple, modern aesthetic.
A fresh, playful collection of furniture all made from oak with pale colored accents.
Bar/Sotti is multifunctional piece made from Corian that could work as a credenza-type storage piece or it could be a really cool home bar.
The Scandinavian-inspired Kaaja Collection merges Mediterranean influences with Japanese shapes to form a series of wood storage pieces.
A fresh, debut collection of furniture from a young design studio based in NYC.
A graphic, limited edition sideboard whose look was inspired by twill fabric.