The Birdhouse is a multifunctional cabinet with a truly playful design. Created by Dutch designer Lianne Siebring, the cabinet resembles a bird house, and offers a refreshing piece that is both an eye catcher and a source of pure joy. The cabinet’s roof is ideal for placing an open book and thus doubles as a bookmark. A nice cup of coffee and a small plate of cookies fit perfectly into the house’s open body and are within easy reach. Below, the house has a little drawer for storage (that has a cut out circle that resembles that of a birdhouse) and a well-positioned lamp for light. Just like a birdhouse, the cabinet stands on a pole, which further adds to its charm. Continue reading


Pie Chart System

If you love design that is versatile and colorful, then you are bound to fall head over heels for hierve’s “Pie Chart System”. Part of the H Collection 2015, the Pie
Chart is a truly refreshing table system that can be assembled using different geometrical shapes- a quarter circle, half circle, three-quarters circle and a full circle. Each unit comes in a “table” version and a “container” version and is available in 15 different colors, so the mix and match alternatives are endless… Continue reading


Oslo Collection

The Oslo Collection by Muuto is truly art for your, can we say – derriere? Not only a pleasure to look upon, but also a joy on which to sit on. In fact, we feel this furniture series is well worth hosting a housewarming gathering over, if only as an excuse to obscurely show off your new find. Designed by Anderssen & Voll, this Norway crafted lounging collection is upholstered in Denmark with Kvadrat textiles, delivering beautiful design elements, backed by quality, and ensuring bottomless aesthetic appeal. Continue reading


Brody WorkLounge

The Brody WorkLounge from Steelcase is like a body, mind and spirit rejuvenation focus station. Not only does it provide patented LiveLumbar technology that delivers ergonomic seating, it also help to promote proper posture, offers an adjustable work surface that allows you to choose your eye level, and aids in keeping your sights on the project at hand. Continue reading


Zoo Multidisciplinary Furniture

When it comes to finding the perfect furniture piece, little else is more appealing than the words ‘exclusive’ and ‘handmade’. Which is what Mayice boasts of with their beautifully crafted piece, containing no screws or other such substructures, and delivering nothing short of perfection. Continue reading


Bed R1

The Bed R1 is a designer bed created by a young team of Ukrainian architects who founded a company called ODESD2. Much thought went into the design of the R1 bed and it is truly built to last. It is created from steel, veneered plywood, solid ash wood and felt, and will add a fresh and exciting twist to minimalist bedrooms. Continue reading


Farmhouse Lounge Chair

Whether you live along a backcountry road, or dwell high atop a city, this shabby chic Farmhouse Lounge Chair delivers equal parts comfort as it does class – assimilating nicely within any living quarters. Inspired by antique barns of yesteryear, hailing from the stirrings of a Pennsylvania Dutch land, this wire lounge chair delivers an extra wide seat section capable of hosting any caboose in which to ease itself onto. Continue reading


TGM & Airbnb

The Good Mod (TGM) is no new kid on the block, having offered their multidisciplinary designs from their fabrication studio since 2002. They are a seasoned Portland, Oregon team of inventors who recently had the opportunity to collaborate with Aaron Taylor Harvey from Airbnb on a revolutionary line of custom furnishing for a new call center tailor-made for laptop-based work in 2014. Continue reading


Halo Chair

What’s not to love about this vibrant, colorful, innovative chair? The Halo Chair, designed by Michael Sodeau, has so many amazing attributes. First, it’s playful. From the back, all that’s revealed is a convex circle with three thin tubular legs. As you walk around, the concave seat invites you to relax, cradled by comfort, and supported by the stability of the legs that form a triangle. Two diagonal tube braces connect the concave side of the back to the seat. The curvaceous surfaces toy with light and add to the chair’s dynamics. Continue reading



Imagine creating furniture from just plywood and steel clips. You can do just that with Zieta’s Pakiet line of modular tables and benches. Their production is precise. Plywood is cut to size. Slots are cut for the clips that will hold the parts together. Grooves are added for boards to form a tight assembly. Your complete kit arrives in a neat cardboard package. Assembly is quick and requires no tools. That’s right, no screw drivers, no hammers, no drill, and no Allen keys are necessary. And its simple assembly is just one fine feature. Continue reading