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Burrow’s updated Nomad Collection features redesigned cushions, improved arm height, more customization options, more fabric options, bolstered hardware and a brand-new leather look.
Burrow’s rugs are made of either recycled polyester, which is stain resistant and suited for those with kids or pets, or all-natural wool. Each one is ethically handcrafted by artisans in India, combining high-quality fabrics with traditional weaving techniques.
Formaldehyde is a common household VOC that can, at higher densities, irritate the eyes, nose, throat or skin, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The Dyson Pure Cryptomic air multiplier comes with a new filter that not only captures but destroys formaldehyde.
Cutting down Eucalyptus trees in most California backyards isn’t a story; cutting down Eucalyptus trees in Charles and Ray Eames’s backyard definitely is. Made from the wood from two felled Eucalyptus trees, Eames Eucalyptus LTR Tables are the result of a collaboration between the Eames House (it’s a museum outside of Los Angeles), Herman Miller and Vitra.
This supremely modular shelving system built out of birch plywood and powder-coated steel was designed for the constant mover.
After four years of starting, iterating, giving up and starting over, Grovemade CEO and co-founder Ken Tomita and his team made their own replacement to the cheap, disposable pen: the Grovemade Desk Pen.
If there were ever a coffee table book you might actually read, Herman Miller’s new 600-page tome is it. Herman Miller: A Way of Living covers the company’s 114-year history in 10 chapters, a couple thousand illustrations and plenty of grainy archival photos.
Made in tandem with Oslo-based desiger Kristine Five Melvær, these foor mats come in blue, green or sand, They’re made with 100 percent recycled plastic and feature an anti-slip nitrile rubber backing.
Small apartments don’t have to be an eyesore. Or at least that is what Ikea wants to prove with its Ivar shelving unit.
The Daily is the first product from new baby-gear startup Lalo, launched by a team of startup veterans from Warby Parker and the like.
Merken offers roller, blackout, solar and zebra shades (you can make the motorized by request) starting at $80 and a host of solid and sheer curtains starting at $65. The company is based in New York, but sources fabric and cuts its wares out of Istanbul, Turkey.
In 1971, Danish designer and mid-century master Verner Panton designed a wireframed modular seating system for a restaurant in Aarhus, Denmark. Six years later, Panton’s curvy seats appeared in Karl Stromberg’s lair in the Bond film The Spy Who Loved Me. The iconic seating system has been reissued by Danish design company Montana, and is available in natural chrome or lacquered coating, with leather, velvet or Kvadrat fabric cushions.
Muji’s uber-cheap, translucent gel ink pens have long been prized by designers, engineers and other vocations that still require hand drawing. Released this year, the tweaked Smooth Writing Gel Ink Pen comes with a .50mm tip and greater color variety.
Using weather data, satellites, geology and a soil sample, Sunday makes bespoke, non-toxic nutrient spray for your yard. But if you’re just in for the weed killers, you can skip that and pick them up separately for $24 a pair.
The Sill’s collection of faux plants look identical to their living, breathing counterparts and make it easy for people who can’t (or won’t) regularly tend to their plants, have limited access to natural light or simply don’t have a green thumb to create their own indoor jungle.
For $20 a bottle, Veil OG promises to wipe rooms of cannabis odor in a few minutes. Each bottle holds about 2,500 sprays and the brand recommends five to ten sprays to eliminate smells from a single session; that works out to at least 250 smoke sessions per bottle. (There’s also a two-ounce bottle for $10.)
Walmart’s Modrn collection is the retailer’s first full-scale private label home line. And, perhaps to the surprise of many, it doesn’t look half bad.
Yeti’s take on a dog bed comes in two parts: a Home Base and a removable Travel Pad, giving it much more versatility than other dog beds. The Home Base features a comfy pillow bolster and the Travel Pad features a high-density foam core.
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Whether slaying pow in Jackson Hole or fighting the foot traffic on Fifth Avenue, having a warm, weatherproof down parka is key to enjoying the winter months. For a limited time, save over 30%.
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