A well-composed bed is never complete without the right tables to frame it. In this post, we’ve collected 51 bedside tables for every taste – some that emphasize function, some that delight with a unique look, and many that combine the best of both worlds. Whether you’re looking for a creative storage solution or just […]
A colourful cashmere sofa, bronze chandeliers and stained-glass sculptures are among the mix of plush and sculptural objects American designer Misha Kahn is displaying at New York gallery Friedman Benda. Marking the Brooklyn artist’s third presentation in the Chelsea gallery, Soft Bodies, Hard Spaces is intended to offer a positive reflection on the relationship between humans
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Holiday homes and hotels that also function as shoppable furniture showrooms are growing in popularity. Here are five examples including a Copenhagen hotel, a Melbourne apartment and a Hamptons house. Stephen Kenn Loft, Los Angeles, by Stephen Kenn Studio Stephen Kenn Studio turned a Los Angeles apartment inside an old factory building into “part showroom,
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Jin Kuramoto Studio has designed The Maki Chair, a modern yet minimal chair whose shape has been inspired by sushi of the same name. Created for Swedish furniture design company OFFECCT, the chair has a simple base with an open hollow back, giving it have a unique and standout shape. The slight curve to the […]
Cat psychologist Susanne Hellman Holmström, together with interior designer Eleonor Moschevitz has created The Cat Flat, a three-level cabinet that’s dedicated to the family feline, but that also won’t look out of place in a contemporary interior. The Cat Flat, designed for 24Storage, has a dark walnut veneer finish and provides cats with their own […]
Brooklyn creative agency An Aesthetic Pursuit has designed a bold rental house in Maine with furniture and products that guests can purchase. Available to rent on Airbnb, Pieces Homes is a “shoppable stay” experience created by An Aesthetic Pursuit to launch and showcase designs from its Pieces collection. “The first Pieces Homes design-destination concept creates a
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Toronto-based multidisciplinary design studio WOOYOO has recently launched the Fuwafuwa Series. It includes two modern tables crafted from translucent corrugated plastic and light-toned oak wood. The corrugated plastic is a material that’s commonly used for commercial signs and packaging. The designers chose the inexpensive and recyclable material to give the collection a strong and durable […]
A lifestyle brand with “a real soul” has launched in Paris, in a boutique that brings fashion together with furniture and homeware. La Manufacture has opened a venue in the Opéra district of Paris, with a mission to show that design can still survive on the high street. Company founder Robert Acouri, who also leads
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A chair made from loaves of bread and a toilet-cum-sink are among the objects on display in an exhibition at Friedman Benda that aims to find a “new form of pleasure” in furniture. Spanish-born creative director Omar Sosa curated the exhibition titled Comfort as part of the New York gallery’s annual presentation of a guest-curated
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Designer Sabine Marcelis has used glass, travertine and polished metal to create a collection of sculptural interventions that respond to the materiality of Mies van Der Rohe’s Barcelona Pavilion. No Fear of Glass is the latest in a series of temporary installations staged at the pavilion, which is a recreation of the structure built by
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