A new line rolled out this winter at your local Target store. The Modern by Dwell Magazine collection features furniture, home décor and accessories with a trendy. modern aesthetic.
Since 2005 Northern-California based Modwalls has offered affordable Midcentury-inspired tile in ceramics and glass for commercial and residential applications. Over the years they have teamed up with notable designers such as Rex Ray, Clayhaus Ceramics and Henry Road. But their newest designs might come from an unlikely source.
When does an item of utility transform itself into art? Maybe when you hang a vintage bicycle on the wall. But the Cycloc Solo might be considered art with or without a bicycle attached.
Designed and manufactured in the UK, the Solo has received a number of awards for its ingenious design and eco-friendly materials. Available in seven colors it’s a match for almost any decor. And now you can snag one for nearly half off retail!
In March the Minneapolis-based retailer announced a partnership with the Finnish design house, Marimekko. Best known for bold prints and bright colors, the Target collection will feature more than 200 items— ranging from swimsuits to snowboards.
From basic to luxo- there is a chair out there for you!
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The Herman Miller Aeron office chair has become a fixture in the modern workspace. It’s breakthrough design, comfortable mesh and stout build quality have made it an American icon.
But did you know this icon originated from an idea for geriatric furniture?
Is there a holiday left? It seems like Thanksgiving is being preempted by big box retailers.
Here’s a clever idea that we think should become a new standard for residential wiring.
The USB Wall Plug adds two handy computer plugs to the standard 110 volt wall receptacle. Now you can charge any phone, MP3 player, tablet, laptop or electrical device that uses the common USB connector. Spiffy!
Replaces the standard household wall outlet. And get this- it’s made in the U.S.A. When’s the last time you heard that referring to anything electronic?
Available online from ThinkGeek.com.