Archive for the ‘Furniture’ Category

Eastvold Furniture

Eastvold Furniture is a small, Minnesota based company that specializes in building finely crafted cabinets and furniture for home, office and business. Using unique materials and construction, Eastvold creates a high quality product that reflects fine design and modern living. Products include dining and occasional tables, bedroom furniture, home accessories, storage, and pet feeders. Eastvold […]

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Chair by Et Al

In collaboration with industrial designer William Lee Et Al. Collective presented the new unique chair called LEAN. It is a sculptural yet simple piece designed to bring purpose to a universally under-utilized space; the corner. The versatile piece stands alone as a sculptural element, but also has dual functionality as furniture. When upright in a […]

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Book shelf by Peter Böckel

German designer Peter Böckel is present this combined book shelf and lamp at DMY Berlin. Called Readme, the design resembles a stretched lamp shade with the books stashed in a void between the two ends. The steel cabinet is supported on maple legs and light is emitted from the translucent top surface. Readme is the convergence of a […]

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Glass tables provide a modern interior design

Lots of people avoid buying glass dining tables because they seem safer and more reliable in terms of holding heavy plates. However, we’ll gladly debunk this myth by explaining why glass tables are actually a better choice than wood ones. Something that most people don’t know, is that glass tables are built to withstand oven-like […]

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Desk by Note Design Studio and Karolina Stenfelt

The architects’ desk designed by Note Design Studio of Stockholm has been covered inside and out with pine veneer in a herringbone pattern, then charred black on the outside. Called Soot, the project was designed for cabinetmaker Karolina Stenfelt to demonstrate her skills while studying at Carl Malmsten School of Furniture. It incorporates brass fittings […]

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Sofa by Yuya Ushida for Ahrend

Yuya Ushida presented an expanding plastic sofa for Dutch company Ahrend. Called XXXX_Sofa, the piece is made of 8000 sticks and 2000 rings that snap together. The components are injection-moulded from recycled plastic bottles. A stool version with 600 parts is available in kit form. XXXX_Sofa/XXXX_Stool are industrial version of Ushida’s Graduation project SOFA_XXXX for the […]

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Chair by Matthias Demacker for Area DeClic

Munich designer Matthias Demacker presented his chair with interchangeable upholstery pads for Italian brand Area DeClic in Milan last month. Called Mixx, the chair has a metal frame designed so customers can choose three different-coloured pads to form the seat and backrest. Mixx is a chair that is designed for having the possibility of various […]

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Budget-friendly kitchen remodeling

Do you want a fresh look in your kitchen but you don’t want to take out a second mortgage to satisfy your need for freshness? There are quite a few budget-friendly things that you can do that will make a huge impact on the overall appearance of your kitchen. Not to mention, these are easy […]

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Picnic furniture by Meritalia

It is possible to love and care and give presents not only to the beloved girl-friend. Many car-lovers do the same with their four-wheeled metal babies, especially if this babe belongs to the category of retro-cars, for example Fiat 500 produced in the middle of last century. To allow the fans of retro-cars being always […]

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Chair by UNStudio for Wilde + Spieth

Dutch architects UNStudio will present angular white plastic chair at the Salone Internazionale del Mobile in Milan this week. Called New Amsterdam Chair, the design was originally created for the New Amsterdam Plein and Pavilion in New York by UNStudio and has now been developed for production with German firm Wilde + Spieth. Originally conceived […]

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