More stories about Furniture

  • Flashback: Mogens Koch Shelving System

    A trained architect, Koch designed the six-unit modular system in 1928 as a bookcase for a small room in his Copenhagen home.

  • NeoCon East in Baltimore

    NeoCon East shows off the latest in furnishings and interior design to architects, designers, real estate executives, building managers, and anyone else involved in creating sleek commercial or contemporary and industrial-style residential interiors.

  • Reclaimed Douglas Fir Tables, Counters from Viridian

    A new line of tables and counters uses reclaimed beams—some of which are 100 years old

  • New Glass Lamps From Wildwood

    Form and color build classic lines and add contrast to Wildwood's latest collection of translucent glass lamps.

  • Kyle Bunting And Amy Lau Collaborate on Hide Collection

    Designer Amy Lau's latest collection is no optical illusion. These hides are inspired by Op Art and one mid-century architect's play on shapes.

  • New Tables From Councill

    These dining, desk, and accent tables' open surfaces and stand-out silhouettes make them ideal for multipurpose use without skimping on design.

  • Artisan Furniture Makers

    Artisans around the country are creating beautiful, handmade furniture.

  • link outdoor’s echo collection

    Link Outdoor's Echo Collection uses polished stainless steel and plantation-grown teak for a neutral architectural form that can be incorporated in myriad outdoor room spaces.

  • Outdoor Collection from Cassina

    Indoor pieces by Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret, and Charlotte Perriand are rethought in order to battle the elements.

  • Indoor/Outdoor Seating by James de Wulf

    Santa Monica, Calif.-based designer James de Wulf made his name designing outdoor furniture from concrete. But his latest collection takes a softer approach—literally.