Toronto-based designer Tahir Mahmood combines inspiration from the crafts and techniques of his Indian ancestors with the design concepts of today to produce pieces that are exuberantly modern, yet anchored in tradition. Our favorite are the Tinga floor lamps. Customers can choose from 11 colors of glazed resin rings which are then stacked in any order they fancy. The shades are a simple canvas. Mahmood also creates a series of mean mortar and pestles made from sisso wood and resin using ancient lathe turning techniques.
"Calls and notifications will be silenced until further notice" Notes of spice, sea salt, cedar, vanilla, sandalwood, lily of the valley, lilac, rose, and jasmine Hand poured in Seattle, WA Materia...
Inspired by Parisian cafes. the Cafe Dining Table from Bend Goods is perfect for both residential and commercial alike. No matter where you put it, this table will be loved by all! Powder coating...
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Current Collection is a contemporary light studio helmed by Nash Martinez and based out of the Pacific Northwest.
New York born + bred, Aimée Wilder has her parents to thank for early exposure to fashion trends + textiles, as they led to her career.