The ideal ceiling fan for indecisive people, as this fan that can change with your mood—with 2, 3, or 4 blades, which show a mahogany finish on one side and cherry on the other. The Multimax fan shows cutting-edge fan technology in a product that is both artistic and functional.
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by Pablo Designs
A timeless design in ambient lighting and functional art, the Elise Lamp pays tribute to the advent of the machine age. These beauties can be spotted in W Hotels as well as on the set of HGTV’s Design Star. Since 1993, Venezuelan-born Pablo Pardo has designed lighting and home accessories that quickly become favorites in modern design. Pablo Designs won the best overall collection at the 2010 International Contemporary Furniture Fair.
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Designed by Pernille Vea and inspired by the shape of a perfect rose. The Galerie Vase 2 in 1 gives the owner freedom to design and change the look on their own. Two pieces—an inner and outer vase—can be used separately or with one nested inside the other, changing the look with the angles of the vases as your imagination sees fit.
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by Blu Dot
It’s hip to be square! These ottomans look great alone or in groups, and you can use them for everything from spare seating to foot rests to fort building, and in any room you need them. The Otto Ottoman is a simple space solution wrapped in a cushy wool fabric, with locking casters that make it easy to scoot from room to room.
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Side Table Setting
Designed by Italian architect Aldo Rossi in 1990, the same year he was awarded the Pritzker Prize for architecture. Rossi was known for making profound design statements with simple geometric shapes, as is seen here.
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Tea enthusiasts, protect your mug—this one is sure to mysteriously disappear from the office kitchen, with its heat-proof glass and not-your-standard-mug good looks. Designed by stotz-design.
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The colors of the Linen Napkins (shown here in Citron) 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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by Blu Dot
Admit it—granny’s rocker has a special place in your heart, but doesn’t quite match your modern aesthetic. Enter the Buttercup Rocker: designed with mid-century modern influences, this chair is as much a work of art as it is a piece of functional furniture. And upholstery need not apply: this chair’s comfort comes from its cut-out, bucket-shaped seat.
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by Tom Dixon
What makes the Spot Table stand out is its functional finish: glazed in vitreous enamel, which is typically associated with science labs and cooking equipment and is both extremely hard wearing and rich in color. The base is weighted and adjustable in height. British designer Tom Dixon is often referred to as the “vertebrae designer,” credited to his interest in exploring structure and materials from the inside out.
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by Missoni Home
Look at it long enough and this rug will take you away. Italian fashion house Missoni strikes again with head-turning color in sweeping waves. MIssoni is known globally for designing elegant and colorful fabrics for apparel and luxury home textiles, and the Kalahari Velours Rug is no exception, with a dynamic pattern that appears to move and flow across the floor.
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This is your new favorite reading light. Rather than distinguishing between form and function, the beauty of the Bernie Series Single Floor Lamp No. 6440/1 is found it its simplicity. The technologically advanced design features infinite positioning with a rotating head and stem, making it the perfect addition to a good book and a cozy place to read. Designed by Bernd Swolinski.
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