Add a touch of 1960s flair to your office, lounge, or living area with the Shell Chair ($2,500-$3,400). Designed in 1963 by Danish design legend Hans Wegner, the Shell is made from bent plywood, with a wide, wing-like seat, tapered legs — of which there are only three — and a reclined back that's perfect for relaxing.
Celebrate America's heritage of industrial innovation with AT-95 Tables ($890-$1,800). Made from salvaged woods and industrial-grade, heavy-duty metal and steel components, these round and rectangular tables come in a number of models to match your design sensibilities while offering enough variety to match nearly any decor — making them perfect for that sweet warehouse office you've been talking about for nearly a decade.
It seems like the last hundred or so felt products we've seen were either bags or gadget cases, so the Bufa Chair ($760) comes as a breath of fresh air. Meant to pay homage to tailored attire, the Bufa features a gray felt seat and back, folded and threaded together with loose-hanging rope, while a colored ribbon adds a touch of flair without turning the Bufa into a garish, brightly-hued mess.
Whether or not you have a Coca-Cola shrine in your house, there's reason to be excited about the 111 Navy Chair ($230). Based on Emeco's classic 1006 Navy Chair, the 111 is made from 111 recycled plastic Coke bottles, in all keeping three million plastic Coke bottles out of landfills each year. Surprisingly, it's available in a number of colors, so you don't have to design a whole room around Coke's iconic red to enjoy the benefits of this simple chair.