Christian Dorn's line of couches and chairs is timeless in its silhouettes and minimal construction.
Possibly the first psychedelic sideboard cabinet
Digging through the riches in the Vitsœ archives on Tumblr
The mechanics of vintage farm equipment inspire a desk with a very modern feature.
The backyard chair manufactured responsibly
Award-winning Dane creates a delectable multi-purpose stool.
These handmade, one-of-a-kind lampshades are sure to warm even the dreariest of spaces.
Modular is in at the annual German furniture trade show.
London studio elevates the glass coffee table.
A modular, minimal display rack with an arrangement for every need
Living small doesn't have to mean working in bed.
Solid oak, flexible utility
YOY brings a new meaning to interactive art.
José Lévy's latest line of furniture and home accents brings the Kasbah home.
Three chairs with roughly a dozen uses
A sleek minimalist solution for that studio apartment storage problem
Stephanie Hornig's daybed takes cues from the sleeping bag to make couch-surfing a bit more respectable.
Collector-turned-fabricator Jason Koharik revives vintage classics.
A removable wool blanket provides comfort and an iconic shape for this modern chair.
Light but sturdy, the Claus Desk is ready for today's office.
A new perspective on the bookshelf makes book spines a useable surface.
Hand-cut wall shelves crafted like sculptures
Bring your own speakers.
The Portland designer talks about exploring the space between furniture and fine art.
Finnish designers take inspiration from firewood.
A tight deadline plus simple material results in Polígono, a rugged collection with a punch of color.
Photos from the annual Fulton Market design district street show
We've got a file on Portland-based artist and designer Eric Trine.
A new history of the Italian company that made plastic cool
From a pile of wood and broken dreams comes a Chicago start-up bringing the independent design community's work to the marketplace.
Design your own furniture...then design it again and again.
We are 108.
Meet the rising stars of Danish design.
Ultra-tiny apartment? No problem for this swiveling table and its multiple configurations.
Chunky minimalist tables, wire ottomans, and an Occupy London-inspired amplifier made Milan 2013 one to remember.
Welcome to Nothing Major, an online journal exploring new visual culture, brought to you by the folks at Pitchfork.
The D.C. musician turned designer curates and collaborates at Field, an online shop of homewares that are built to age well.