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For nearly four decades, Chicago-based LBL Lighting has created monorail pendants, heads and spotlights that intersect art, glass and lighting into quality products. Whether a style is to keep it simple with stainless steel, dress it up with colorful blown glass, or let it fall somewhere in the middle, LBL products fit in with any taste and deliver superb functionality. The brand has also been a leader in developing high-quality LED lighting products, offering the eco-friendly lamping option in many of its new and existing product lines. No matter the space, each LBL fixture celebrates the functional art of lighting.
Known for its distinctive, innovative and quality products, LBL may not have another fixture so aptly named-the Rock Candy line closely resembles the look of the sweet treat. The granular texture comes from rolling each pendant in clear crystal frit and flash heating it. An inner opal diffuser then softens the light into a gentle sparkle through mouth-blown transparent glass.
Unlike most mortar and pestle units, the Orb gives you what most of us need in the kitchen—more space.Both the main bowl and the lid (when inverted) can be used for grinding herbs and spices, and both are made from non-absorbent vitrified porcelain.
Composed of birch and walnut "knotted" together to create seven cozy cubbies for wine, the Wine Knot Wine Rack creates a clever contrast between wood and glass. Practical for a dining room or kitchen, with a design versatile enough for any style. Designed by Scott Henderson, Tony Baxter and Alberto Mantilla.
Good design is all about the details, and the Knicker Barstool has 'em. Subtly shifting from a cushioned fabric (or leather alternative) seat to a wooden frame and accented by a durable stainless steel footrest on the front, this barstool fine- tunes the journey between form and function.
Everything needs a bit of white space, and Blu Dot's Chicago 3 Box utilizes negative space to create well-designed storage that doesn't lose site of functionality. Blu Dot is known for its home products that are useful, affordable, and always on your wish list, created through a thoughtful process of art, architecture and design.
British designer Jasper Morrison took his modern and minimal style to the kitchen with the Glass Family Water Glasses, which in 2004 became a part of Alessi's first "entry level" tableware collection. Paired with the PlateBowlCup bone china and the KnifeForkSpoon cutlery, the collection aimed to be accessible and suitable for everyday use without compromising the quality of design.
It holds wine and books like no other, but at a hefty 10 pounds and made from natural stone, the Livroche Wine of Bookstand is a weighty addition to any space. Designer David Fleishman is known for his sculptural, architectural aesthetic, and the cubist shape of the Livroche follows suit.
Another Joseph Joseph product that tweaks the ordinary household product to up its form and function, the Hands On Salad Bowl stands out thanks to its hand-like servers that are integrated into the bowl itself. The 100% melamine makes it durable enough to go from holiday celebrations to outdoor barbeques.
Smart and good-looking? Say it ain't so. Set apart from traditional shakers by its unique twin-chamber design, the Y-Grinder Slat & Pepper Mill dispenses salt and pepper from the same display-worthy unit. The inner ceramic mechanism can adjust to grind from fine to coarse grades, plus it's anti- corrosive and guaranteed for up to 10 years.
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Part of Alessi's first tableware collection and designed by Jasper Morrison, the PlateBowlCup is made of white porcelain and available in two sizes. Alberto Alessi said Morrison's typical anti-glamour aesthetic paradoxically brings an elegant and refined look to this collection, aligning it with the Alessi brand.
Crisp white porcelain in the kitchen means fresh foods and veggies can really shine. Designed by Stefani Giovannoni in 2003, the Mami Salad Bowl showcases the clean, traditional lines representative in the entire Mami collection.
Made of white porcelain and formed into its unusual shape, the Colombina Dinner Plate turns traditional dining dishes on their heads. Designed by Massimiliano Fuksas and Doriana O. Mandrelli.
A show-stopping table setting is key to any good dinner party, and the Colombina Soup Bowl does just that. Designed by Massimiliano Fuksas and Doriana O. Mandrelli, the molded, imperfect shape brings a sculptural look to the dining table. In white porcelain, it's still delicate enough for the finest soirees with the atypical shape providing a diversion from the usual serving dish.
Whether it's a tablemat, table runner or table linens, Chilewich always has a spot at every meal. The colors of the Linen Reversible Napkins (shown here in Citron with Smoke) are meant to seamlessly pair with the rest of the Chilewich table collection, which is known for its durable and easy-to-clean plynyl material.
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