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2012 Most Popular Products - DS

  • August Collection by Trove

    Queen Elizabeth II’s Diamond Jubilee is putting the spotlight on the British monarch. But to what extent are royal leading ladies remembered once their reigns are up?

     
  • Ten Fresh Finds from AIA National Convention

    Metal fabrics, custom-made windows and doors, daylighting systems, and light-controlling shades are just a few of the new products introduced at the AIA National Convention in Washington, D.C. last week.

     
  • Kitchen Products Slideshow

    Spring releases in kitchen products focus on streamlining tasks, maximizing efficient storage, and making cooking easier.

     
  • Kohler Adds Four Hues

    Kohler teamed with design guru Jonathan Adler to create four new hues for its enameled cast-iron sinks for both the kitchen and bath.

     
  • Newly Released Furniture by Architect Ferdinand Kramer

    German furniture design house e15 is introducing a collection of eight iconic designs from the late Modernist architect and designer Ferdinand Kramer.

     
  • Kaleidoscope Collection of Colored Glass Surfaces

    General Glass uses its proprietary direct-to-glass printing technology to present fractal geometric shapes on interior and exterior surfaces with its new Kaleidoscope Collection.

     
  • The Crayola Collection by Surfaces

    Working in conjunction with the Easton, Pa.,-based company, Surfaces has translated Crayola’s iconic bright colors into equally vivid glass mosaic tiles in either solid or variegated hues.

     
  • Tile Mosaics by Erin Adams for New Ravenna

    New Ravenna Mosaics releases 12 new offerings from product designer Erin Adams that range from pop versions of flora and fauna to vivid kente cloth-inspired patterns.

     
  • Color Series Flooring and Walls by Timeline

    This wood's wear is factory-made, meaning that builders don't need to stress about the nails, warping, and inconsistent finishes that come with some (real) reclaimed wood products.

     
  • Bundle Side Table by Ampersand

    Cincinnati-based furniture maker Ampersand's Bundle side table uses friction rather than fasteners to keep its parts together.

     
 
 
 
 
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