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April 2018 - Page 2
A collection of wallpapers and fabrics for window treatments, upholstery and home accessories that will add a focal point to any room.
We're back from a whirlwind tour of Milan Design Week and our first stop was, of course, Salone del Mobile, and here are some top picks.
Blå Station releases a bevy of new designs for the home or office that will definitely keep your comfortable and connected.
An indoor/outdoor collection of furniture made using a traditional handwoven technique in Senegal.
If Milan, Italy is part of your future travel plans, we recommend checking out our Travel Guide for a design-minded itinerary.
A sculpted dining chair that hugs you with its curved backrest while displaying a hand-carved pattern on the back.
Nagami collaborated with Zaha Hadid Architects, Ross Lovegrove and Daniel Widrig to bring these architectural chairs to life.
A lighting collection that deconstructs the typical globe-like shade and rebuilds it with a faceted shape and textured surface.
London-based design studio Raw-Edges imagines a light installation inspired by synchronized Israeli Horah dancers.
Containerwerk buys used shipping containers and turns them into really cool spaces for micro living, hotels, or co-working.
Take it to the floor with a series of multipurpose stackable tray tables.
A stylish ceiling fan combines air circulation, HEPA filtration, and air monitoring all in one.
YOY presents Fictionality, where they unveiled two new lighting designs, a wall clock, a lyric speaker, and a trio of stools.
IKEA U.S. announced an unexpected but highly welcomed lifestyle collaboration with LA fashion designer Chris Stamp of Stampd.
A townhouse in Brooklyn is renovated to increase natural light and revamp room size.