Michael Ford’s Amazing Custom Eames Lounge Chair & Ottoman

Michael Ford Custom Eames Lounge & Ottoman

Although it’s too late to win this incredible customized Eames Lounge Chair and Ottoman by The Hip Hop Architect, aka Michael Ford, and furniture company Herman Miller, it’s worth sharing the unique piece of furniture and the story behind it. Read more

The Scarlet Splendour Forest Collection by Marcantonio

scarlet splendour forest collection

The new Scarlet Splendour Forest Collection of interior furnishings is not for fans of the subtle, but instead for those who like statement pieces. Italian designer Marcantonio’s latest collection of whimsical, sculptural (and pricey) furniture pieces for Scarlet Splendour emulate a highly stylized, pop art Forest. Read more

The New Molded Wood Oyster Chair From Modernica

Oyster Chair from Modernica

When a chair is as beautiful sitting empty as it is occupied, I am always intrigued. Which is why the new Oyster Chair from Modernica caught my eye. Made from four pieces of molded wood locked together to form a sculptural lounge chair, it’s as beautiful as it is comfortable. Read more

Plexus 3D printed Ping Pong table inspired by Mountain Terrain.

plexus 3d printed ping pong table

This unusual Plexus Ping Pong table (that doubles as a dining table) has a 3D printed steel base and net inspired by a mountain terrain topped with walnut wood, making it as much a piece of art as a dining and game table. Read more

Ocean Tables Will Make You Feel Like You Live At The Beach

ocean tables by Vrogers Design

Vanessa Rogers of Vrogers Designs is an Austin-based artist and carpenter whose custom and refurbished furniture embellished with ocean waves is unique, inviting and beautiful. Read more

Quelle Fête! Melting Disco Balls by ROTGANZEN

quelle fete melting disco balls by rotganzen

Quelle Fête is a series objet d’arts created by design firm ROTGANZEN that can be seen in public venues as an art installation, as part of a collaborative furniture collection and are sold separately on a smaller scale. The object represents a playful image of days gone by and a melancholic reminder of the glamour nights of disco. The amorphous shapes are covered, through painstaking creaftmanshop, with a carefully arranged glittering skin of mirrored glass tiles. The once iconic shape of the disco ball is reborn with new character and meaning in an ode to the happy days of way back when. Read more

Modernica and Hysteric Glamour Limited Edition Furniture

modernica x hysteric glamour furniture

Los Angeles furniture brand Modernica has announced their final collaboration of the year (their collaborations are always terrific) with Japanese fashion brand Hysteric Glamour from Tokyo native Nobuhiko Kitamura, known for taking design cues from classic “Americana” imagery. Read more

Deconstructed Furniture: The D/Vision Collection

D-Vision Collection

Architect and designer Ferruccio Laviani has blown us away with his unique furniture designs for Fratelli Boffi before and his D/Vision Collection is yet another example of his cutting-edge pieces that combine sophistication with innovation. Read more