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This powder-coated-steel, all-purpose container comes with a T-shaped handle in solid beech that makes it easy to transport from place to place.
In weighty solid brass, these bottle openers will add a little intrigue to your bar cart—or keyring.
Wow your guests (or your host) with this gorgeous hand-blown, crystal carafe by Antonio Citterio for Iittala.
Keep clean with scented bars of soap in a sunset ombré that fades from bright yellow to deep orange to dusty pink.
Hollowed out from a cylindrical hunk of white marble, this canister will keep odds and ends organized in your bathroom, kitchen, or office.
Ben van Berkel of Dtuch architecture practice UNStudio is the mastermind behind this asymmetric cake server that will lend a modern touch to your tablescape.
If you can tear yourself away from your radiant reflection, you'll notice the cool curves and clean lines of this rotating tabletop vanity mirror, designed by Javier Moreno for Normann Copenhagen.
This colorful, compact, portable bluetooth speaker is waterproof for 30 minutes at depths up to a meter. Splash away!
Snag this set of sophisticated-but-unstuffy bottle grinders, designed by Norm Architects, for your table—or as a host gift.
Though fruit bowls may be objects non grata in some households, Good Thing's versatile Platform Bowl, in powder-coated steel and pine, is bound to win over a few hearts.
An oven mitt for both left- and right-handed cooks, in a vibrant foliage print? Yes, please!
These clever, color-coded cutting boards from HAY, available in the U.S. at MoMA Design Store, will help keep you from slicing that tomato on the board you used for pungent garlic.
Moving house? Or know someone who is? This "starter bundle" includes almost everything you need to outfit a new kitchen, from plates and bowls to mugs and silverware.
Deep, dishwasher-safe porcelain plates in bright lacquer offer a perfect backdrop for your Bolognese or borscht. Available via MoMA Design Store.
Have a little fun with your dinner with this freezer- and dishwasher-safe stoneware plate featuring an exuberant, playful sunburst in black and white.
The bright green rim on this porcelain charger from Vista Alegre makes it a bold addition to your tablescape.
Set your table against the foliage-filled backdrop of this cotton and linen blend tablecloth. Florals? For fall? Yes, Miranda Priestly, we know. Groundbreaking.
American artist Kerry James Marshall lends his prodigious talents to this limited-edition quilted bag from MZ Wallace. All proceeds will be donated to educational programs at MCA Chicago.
Pretend your living room is centered on a Basquiat print and not a television with the sleek, Yves Béhar-designed Frame TV for Samsung, which displays art when not in use.
Nest's flagship smart thermostat learns your temperature preferences and habits, and sends alerts about your home to your mobile device. It doesn't hurt that it looks good, too.
Home tech-savvy audiophiles will have a lot to love about Sonos's latest offering, which integrates Amazon's Alexa voice assistant with the company's Play:1 speaker.
Get '70s lounge vibes with 21st-century looks with this cool incense holder in solid brass.
An all-over pattern of dancing squiggles gives this 100 percent cotton percale, 300-thread-count bedding seriously playful vibes.
You may think you know soft, but think again: These color-blocked blankets, designed by Hella Jongerius for Vitra and made of 100 percent Peruvian highland wool, up the hygge ante.
This versatile handblown-glass carafe is great as a bedside vessel for water, as a way to elegantly store mouthwash (yes, mouthwash), or for wine at the dinner table.
Made of woven strips of jute, this extra-large laundry hamper is both stylish and practical.
Part spaceship, part light source, this table lamp features a highly reflective surface in a copper hue. Switch it on and off with the wood switch on its top.
Cozy up under this 100 percent New Zealand wool throw blanket, designed by Arthur Arbesser for Hem.
This one goes out to all the baby Bowie fans! Bride & Wolfe designed this eye-catching acrylic mirror. It's also available in gold, pink, and "summer blue."
Available in blue, light green, pink, and white, this playful person-shaped lamp features three brightness settings.
Start 'em young with this set of fun, colorful blocks inspired by Art Deco architecture.
Wi-Fi signal lagging at home? Eero's compact, sleekly designed (and well-reviewed) home Wi-Fi system, which helps expand internet coverage in your home, can help with that.
Throw this pillow, handcrafted in Mali, on a lounge chair or sofa for some added visual interest—not to mention comfort.
Nothing beats curling up under an enormous, ultra-soft knitted throw blanket. This option, made of unspun wool and handmade in Peru, hits all three notes.
A sunny grid on crisp white cotton will brighten up your bed. Mix with bright pillows for a modern rainbow effect.
This textured ceramic dinner plate is a subtle way to differentiate your everyday dishware.
Hand-blown in North Carolina, these glasses are subtly ribbed.
Funky colorways and graphic patterns enliven these towels by Brooklyn-based designer—and they're oversized enough to work at the beach!
Maple cutting boards are a classic choice for the devoted home cook.
Table runners don't get as much play as their more popular sibling, the tablecloth, but this one, which could also be used as a wall hanging, makes a case for them.
What's more practical than actual sterling silver, but equally chic for a host gift? A set of serving utensils in 18/10 Italian stainless steel, which resists stains and rust.
Made in Italy, these dishwasher-safe forks, knives, and spoons are relaxed in white. Custom colors are also available.
This timeless herringbone-chevron pattern will add life to your shower. Its bold, graphic looks will equally complement preppy or bohemian decors.
If subtlety is your game, but you still like the classic texture of crisp cotton waffle, this curtain gives you the best of both worlds.
Knit elephants take flight in this cute mobile.
An eclectic shape and dual tone sets this flatware set apart from its peers.
Have you ever managed to find a hamper that isn’t soul-crushingly boring? This is that hamper—or toy truck wrangler, or beach gear holder, or whatever storage unit your toddler’s room needs, but your toddler wants to dump out and play with because: pom-poms.
These bronze hooks—offered in circle, oval, teadrop, and square shapes—are cast by hand in the US.
A snappy, statement-making 2' x 4' flatweave rug made in Portugal.
Featuring a sleek profile and wood handle, this cute little kettle comes in both black and white.
These colorful, stackable containers will hold all those cotton balls, bobby pins, razors, and more.
A two-terabyte external drive with a geometric case that doesn't scream "I'm technology"? Yes, please.
Colorblocking is very much in right now, and this tablecloth helps you bring the trend to your next dinner party.
Toss your business cards, letters, and more into a tray with a little personality, like this stone one from AJI Project.
Perfect as a gift—or to kickstart your own kitchen collection—this 10-piece cookware set is stainless steel.
Available in white or black walnut, this medicine cabinet also includes a ledge for storing the kinds of bath accessories you want your guests to see.
A streamlined copper planter is exactly what your mod backyard needs.
An external drive is an office's workhorse. This is a good option for the design-minded and tech savvy, with storage capacity up to three terabytes.
These 24-karat-gold-plated bread, cheese, and petite knives will be the belle of the buffet.
Artist Walter De Maria's installation in the New Mexico desert inspired the clean lines and red hue of this all-cotton dhurrie rug.
This handmade terracotta lantern will add earthy style to your patio, garden, or mantle.
A matte ceramic finish (and an on-trend shade of pink) set this coffee press apart from its peers.
A stainless-steel trash can with a touch-bar-activated top.
This 30-liter garbage can is equipped with a soft touch lid that opens silently, ventilation holes, and a floor ring for stability. It's available in six colors, including punchy red and pastel green, but we like the smudge-free matte black.
Color blocking isn't just for clothes (and cutting boards): This wheel-thrown ceramic kettle features a blue top and a handle dipped in bright-yellow rubber.
Designer Shanan Campanaro designed this shower curtain, inspired by rippling water, for ABC Home.
Varied pile heights add depth to this miniaturized (2' x 3'), abstracted desert scene rendered in 100 percent wool yarn.
A graphic pattern of stitch-like black dashes dresses up these simple white sheets.
By abstracting the Yoruba-made batik patterns from West Africa, this lumbar pillow is a mod take on an age-old classic.
Sateen sheets (480 thread-count, no less!) in navy and pinstripes? Yes, thanks.
Dishwasher safe and nine inches in diameter, this sage green cutie doubles as both cookware and colorful serveware. (Smaller sizes available in yellow and turquoise.)
This classic coffee maker is offered in black and unvarnished cast-aluminum.
Stainless-steel cutlery with dark wood handles and metal accents.
A movable reflector gives users of this sculptural, powder-coated dusty-pink lamp the option to diffuse light or direct it.
These fiberglass planters come with stands to bring your potted foliage to new heights.
A wall-mounted shelf frees up floor space, perfect for a small urban apartment or a niche in a larger pad.
Ideal for the color averse who still want their beds to make a graphic statement. This cotton duvet and matching pillow shames nod to the Memphis movement.
Spun Egyptian cotton, milled in Italy, makes for the crispest, most lightweight percale you'll ever have the occasion to drool on.
Liven up your patio with these mod, colorful planters by Eli Alexander, available in seven summery colors.
Tackle sauces, casseroles, and more in this 7-inch, porcelain-clad steel dutch oven from a 400-year-old Austrian manufacturer.
Natural fibers woven from Saharan aloe vera cactus make for a responsible (and vegan-friendly!) alternative to silk. The Citizenry employs fair-trade artisans in Morocco to make this Berber-inspired pillow.
This modern kettle has a vintage feel thanks to its wood handle and knob. The slick white-enamel design makes for the perfect art piece to sit on your stovetop.
Everyone is obsessed with linen sheets, for good reason: The breathable fabric is ideal for summer months, and a no-iron finish is perfectly laidback.
PoMo lighting made by hand with a textured "black sand" porcelain base.
A quilted sailcloth shower curtain adds a little graphic zhush to an otherwise basic bathroom staple.
We've hear a lot about how to dress like the French, but wouldn't we rather cook like them? This cast-iron cocotte will be your guide. Its signature Chistera lid has spikes that continuously self-baste to roast the most delectable chicken and more. It’s available in white and deep red.
A compact, geometric lamp big on aesthetic impact.
Not ready to go full leather sofa? Take a baby step with this soft leather cushion that will wear in beautifully over time.
A sleek pedal bin, made of powder-coated steel, for bathroom waste. So durable it'll never need replacing.
Striped mallets, nine wickets, and bright plastic balls make for a compelling and stylish match.
Affordable, no-nonsense design that would fit into almost any decor, this shelf has a base with cupped sides for additional stability. NB: Always secure standing furniture in a kids’ room with wall mounts; they’re easy to conceal from view behind the closed panel in the middle of this shelving pick.
This metal-leaf mobile is a result a designer collaboration between Justina Blakeney and Chuck Kubba. A matte-black finish creates a floating shadow effect.
A clean ash wood top, paired with simple metal legs, makes this petite table by GamFratesi stylish enough to be the center of attention in a small space or used as a side table in a grander pad.
Get your primary colors on with this task lamp by Anglepoise, created in collaboration with designer Paul Smith.
Tired of the same old lamp profile? Eugeni Quitlett designed version, framed in translucent textured plastic.
Offered in red, black, or silver the high-powered Torrent blender also comes with a cookbook.
Prepare for your own Top Shelf with this double-wide mirrored medicine cabinet that features built-in LED bulbs for a daylit effect.
This is the R2D2 of file cabinets: cute, efficient, good in a (filing) crisis.
Any home chef worth her salt needs a good set of knives. This knife block is a good place to start.
Featuring a digital print of hand-painted work by artist Naomi Clark, the leafy green tones are the perfect note to welcome spring.
Non-toxic dyes were used to give punch to this hand-loomed, jaunty cat rug (3' x 5') splayed over Breton stripes.
On the hunt for a table lamp that will please your minimalist inclinations? Look no further than this matte black offering by Swedish designer Jonas Wagell.
Use one of these portable LED lamps, designed by Marset, to set the scene and multiple to light a path.
This recessed medicine cabinet sports a beveled-edge mirror that hearkens back to century-old hotels.
A two-burner grill that offers luxe looks with a reasonable price tag.
Inspired by the pastel playfulness of 1950s design, this blender, like other Smeg appliances, features nostalgic rounded edges.
Gingham leaps off the picnic table and onto this patio umbrella.
Minimalism meets midcentury modern style in this white-enamel-and-brass task lamp. Its low-profile good looks mean it easily adapts to your decor.
Bauhaus design and Swedish functionalism inspired this four-legged metal dining chair.
Looking to add a little color and a bit of functionality to your dining room? This compact cabinet could be just the thing. Offered in a cool shade of green, this cabinet features a powder-coated metal exterior and two interior shelves.
Macramé has long been a favorite for wall hangings, but this color-blocked sling chair proves the technique's versatility.
A compact, circular dining table featuring a pattern of black-and-white stripes could be just the thing your space needs.
Bright colors transform this traditional pattern into a playful piece for a kid’s room—spring for the 5' x 8' to fill the whole space.
This gilded outdoor lounge chair is essentially a backyard throne. Seize it.
These wall-mounted shelves pack a lot of construction prowess into an efficient size: They're designed to reference both the Manhattan Bridge and early aircraft.
A tulip pattern jazzes up this 4' x 6' flat-weave rug.
All new parents just want a comfy, padded rocking chair that won't break the bank—here's a solid option from Tar-jay.
A clean-lined crib in sustainable New Zealand pine; comes with a toddler rail for extended use, post-infancy.
For the burgeoning Brutalist, a minimalist, monolithic coffee table made of stone and fiber cement aggregate.
Made from European flax, this linen bedding set takes the California lifestyle to the max with no top sheet. Outré!
This play table by Adam Greber will hold its own against even the most elaborate Lego tower—its curvy legs even store toys and books.
Designed by Anna Karlin, these polished-brass wall hooks come in square, circle, and triangle options.
Good for use indoors and out, this rocker is a fit for the parent dreaming of a family vacation to Oaxaca.
With a thoroughly postmodern profile, this lounge chair is a well-priced statement piece.
This rustic bassinet, fashioned out of woven wicker, sits on a base that includes a storage shelf hidden by a washed linen skirt—snap up the linen bedding to match.
This lounge chair in simple black-and-white resin can weather the elements.
Woven motifs abound for 2017; this super-durable seat will last far longer than this year only with its weather-resistant cords and aluminum frame.
With striking good looks and a personality to match, this cast-stoneware lamp will give you life, light, and sweet dreams.
The Vitamix is the unicorn of small appliances: It turns grains to flours, and makes juices, nut butters, smoothies, frozen drinks, and soups. Did we mention it also self-cleans in less than 60 seconds?
This wire-frame desk chair has an unobtrusive, streamlined profile.
This play table was inspired by the outdoor furniture in Paris's Jardin du Luxembourg.
Five fun colorways and a playful profile add up to this unique lounge chair.
Flowers, birds, and butterflies decorate this bold outdoor umbrella.
Available in soignée velour upholstery (along with fabric and leather), this dining chair by Hans Hornemann is a great option for those who like to get comfy at the dining table.
Dimpled silk quilt in soothing hues, made by the queen of relaxed luxury? Sign us up.
Our favorite move for bedside tables? A shelf that stows detritus but doesn't conceal enough to turn into a junk drawer.
Louise Gray modernizes the classic quilt in several riffs on a monochromatic palette (no. 7 is similar to the quilt shown here).
A stripped-down, schoolhouse-style desk in ash and copper will help keep you organized.
Bauhaus style is alive and well, with a 21st-century twist, in this geometric metal shelving unit in powder-coated steel.
Available in two finishes, this versatile three-arm lamp by Portland studio Cedar & Moss sheds a ton of light on the subject.
Super-shiny stainless-steel gives this file cabinet a luxe-industrial vibe.
A felt seat with a thin profile, perched on a sturdy wood base, makes a subtle and elegant statement from designer Thibault Desombre.
A powder-coated iron frame and brass-plated corner accents lend a tough materiality to a classic bed silhouette.
This mirrored dresser with a walnut frame and bronzed metal legs goes big on glam, but doesn't shout.
Though they look like your everyday pots and pans, this six-piece stainless-steel set comes equipped with Vapor® Technology, which is said to lock in flavors and nutrients, heat your food faster, and deliver delicious meals. The set is made in Wisconsin.
Bring a little color to your backyard with this playful lounge chair made from hardy all-weather wicker.
Standing desks are all the rage these days, and this sleek oak option from Poppin adjusts to a full height of 57 inches.
This professional-quality cookware in copper is exclusively sold at Williams Sonomaa and made in France.
Swedish designer Björn Dahlström updated the classic stainless steel cooking pan set witih a brushed finish, aluminum core, and modern handle profile.
Facets, bone-and-wood inlay, and a diamond pattern add punch and glamour to your boudoir.
This walnut-frame crib with clear acrylic sides bucks convention (and is manufactured to exceed US safety regulations).
This not-so-basic basic, by Loll Designs, has generous proportions and an optional padded cover for extra comfort. And it’s made in the U.S. with socially-responsible manufacturing practices and 100 percent recycled material.
Bookmatched wood marquetry in a diamond pattern adds headboard flair to this queen-sized bed frame.
A powder-coated-steel frame and pastel upholstery make this ergonomically designed rocker beautiful and comfortable. It also converts into a double-seater when the time comes.
A mod bassinet perfect for design-savvy parents grooming future architects.
This sleek armchair designed by Luca Nichetto was inspired by the sleek whale shark (hai is the Finnish word for shark). It can be easily assembled at home, using no tools.
Konstantin Grcic designed this office swivel chair for people who demand ergonomic comfort but don't want to broadcast it.
Flat-file storage systems can be sexy. Case in point: this unit, which is offered in six colors.
Sculptor Harry Bertoia designed the now-iconic wire chair in 1952 after studying how a body moves against a flexible, industrial material like metal.
An oak base and white fiberboard combine for a moden profile on this dining table.
The staunch sawhorse gets fancified with a shiny copper finish on its legs and oak details. With a coated, beveled-edge plywood top, this low-key table brings high style that will look good in any space.