The Trump tariffs have sweeping implications for the American design and furniture industry, which ultimately affects what we put in our homes.
This dream house by architect and American Modernist George Nelson in Kalamazoo, Michigan was originally designed in 1955 for family friends James and Sally Kirkpatrick, who was college roommates with George’s wife Frances.
"Plex" is the work of London design studio Industrial Facility, and includes compact metal side tables and a range of modular furniture, including sofas, armchairs, ottomans, benches, and more.
Two longstanding shareholders filed the suit, and contend that the $154 million deal never went through, and that, as a result, they were "deprived of a ton of value." They seek unspecified damages.
If you can't afford the real deal, is it ever okay to buy a "replica" of something? Aldi, the Germany-based discount supermarket chain, is in a little hot water for selling a molded plastic chair that looks very much like the iconic Eames chair.
Now you can stop pretending your dining table isn't also your home office
It didn’t start with "Mad Men." But the hit television drama definitely fanned the flames.