July 13, 2011
Baby bedding that won't make you cringe
June 12, 2011
The Corsica Chair
The warm wood and geometric patterns of the Corsica Chair by Ian Spencer are only high-lighted by its sexy curves. Love it!
May 15, 2011
The Sleepy Organic Bed
Sleepy, an eco-friendly organic bed designed by Angelo Tomaiuolo and produced for Tonin CASA, features a base that is made from eco-friendly leather in different finishes and a wrapping sculptured headboard to compliments its unique and original shape.
April 03, 2011
Why not the Why Knot Table?
This coffee table is made from smoked oak veneer. The curves created from these wooden panels are elegant, intricate and would flow naturally with any style of living room decor. Twisted but stunning, this is a table that modern home owners are going to love, particularly the suckers for odd but unique made pieces offering functionality in their home.
February 27, 2011
The Pod Cot
The coccon shape of Pot Cot from Ubabub will sooth your infant, while the clear acrylic panels are a nice change from the typical wooden bars.
January 20, 2011
Ligne Roset is all about the quilt this season!
January 12, 2011
The Red Collection, new from Stanley Jay Friedman.
November 14, 2010
Recycled rubber stool
H220430 Design has released a collection called “Opportunity” which is on display now in Tokyo for DesignTide Tokyo 2010. Opportunity is a collection of lighting and furniture that explores the idea of design as an opportunity to make people consider and act on global problems both environmental and social. “What we aimed for this time is neither functional design nor design for marketing, but design to produce an “opportunity.”
August 29, 2010
Get into my modern bed
How glorious it sounds to simply camp out in bed -- grab your computer, iPod, and super-sized latte and be an island.
August 27, 2010
Ecodomo collects scraps from shoe, furniture and other factories and grinds them to shreds using stones, much like the way paper is made. The shreds are then bound together with natural binding agents like Acacia bark and rubber, both of which are rapidly renewable.