Nothing surpasses the rugged warmth of natural wood and linen, and as it states in its name, the Oak Linen Sofa is just that. Built with a solid oak frame, the piece gives the rustic material a contemporary design that will last as long as you do. Its natural linen cushions are filled with down filling for extra comfort, while the dark charcoal hue will fit any style. Available in three different lengths.
Between the prices of luxury furniture brands and the ill-quality of mass-produced pieces, the search for a new sofa can be a daunting task. Interior Define Sofas is hoping to take the stress out of your next purchase with their line of well-crafted designs. All of their furniture comes from factory to front door, so they can deliver you made-to-order furniture, without destroying your budget. Styles are a mix of classic, modern designs and are totally customizable, from length, to fabric, to configuration, ensuring that they have something to accommodate any aesthetic.
Handcrafted from solid walnut in a Montreal studio, the Korgis Record Cabinet is an understated media storage solution. The shelves sit atop plated satin brass legs, with solid brass handles for the drawers. The vinyl itself sits in front loading drawers that slide out for access to the records behind, and the cabinet is available in several different configurations to meet your individual storage needs.
"Sleeping on a cloud" is a long-used mattress cliche. The Elysium Chair might actually deliver, no bed required. It was developed by Dr. David Wickett, a British inventor and designer who spent ten years studying the relationship between posture and gravitational force, earning a PhD in bioengineering along the way. As a result, it has a carbon fiber skeleton, with springs fused at precise locations and tensions and a series of foams to offer an unrivaled level of support and pressure relief. The seat is then mounted on a virtual cam that makes reclining completely effortless, providing a weightless experience at a 25% recline no other chair can provide. Handmade in Cambridge and limited to just 20 units.
Sometimes the best designs are so obvious in retrospect it's hard to believe they're original. Such is the case with the Stephen Kenn x Victorinox Stepladder Chair. Made from powdercoated steel and aged vegetable-tanned leather, it has a sling-style seat that's both comfortable and promotes good posture. Ingeniously, and in typical Swiss Army fashion, the frame pivots forward to transform the chair into a stepladder, making this piece of furniture far more useful than traditional dinner table seating.
Whether you're looking to use your space more creatively, or just get the most out of your studio apartment, Ori Robotic Furniture is a great solution. The name of the product gets its name from Japanese Origami and the tech comes out of the MIT Media Lab. Each unit has the ability to slide gracefully in your space by simply pushing a button on the Ori dial, which then transforms the room from a bedroom to a living room, to a office in seconds. As apartments in the city get smaller and smaller, products like Ori become more important to making a smaller space comfortable and classy.
At first glance, the Makr Factory Stool looks good, but not that special. Take a closer look, however, and you'll find a white oak seat with a simple oil finish and well-crafted joints that make visible screws and fasteners unnecessary. Also doubles as a side table.
First designed in 1950 by Hans Wegner for Carl Hansen & Søn, the Hans Wegner Easy Chair embodies the iconic Danish furniture designer's philosophy that all chairs should be beautiful from all sides and angles. Each seat and back is handwoven from more than 1300 feet of paper cord, taking roughly 10 hours to complete. The frame's fluid form is crafted from solid oak and comes in your choice of either a black-lacquered or oiled oak finish.
Architects aren't very happy about it, but major pieces from Philip Johnson's landmark 1959 restaurant design are set to hit the block ahead of a major reworking. The Four Seasons Auction will include custom designs from Johnson, special-order Knoll furniture, tableware and cookware created specifically for the restaurant, and works by Mies van der Rohe, Eero Saarinen, and Hans Wegner. The sale will take place July 26th at the NYC restaurant, giving design and architecture fans one last chance to grab a piece of this iconic space.
Crafted by Brooklyn furniture designer Ben Erickson, the Erickson Slung Lounge Chair is a custom version of the classic sling chair. The sleek frame is available in a variety of finishes, including oak, walnut, charred oak, solid holly, and copper, while the copper and hand-brushed brass joint connectors and sabots add a modern touch. Each seat is a stitched piece of grey hide, brindle hide, or black or tanned calf leather. To accomodate every style, there are currently seven versions available or the request to create your own is also welcomed.
Designed by Konstantin Grcic to mesh well with the rest of the ClassiCon collection, including Eileen Gray's iconic 1927 side table, the Ulisse Daybed uses a clean design to call attention to its details. Those begin with a solid oak or walnut frame, its concave shape both elegant and functional, and extend to the thin-yet-comfortable upholstery, covered in your choice of fabric or leather. It's finished with a solid brass and wood cylinder that works as a support for the headrest, giving you three positions to choose from depending on if you're just relaxing or actually trying to nap.
Inspired by a declining industry in their native Buckfastleigh, designers Hannah and Justin Floyd are recreating the Eames Molded Fiberglass Chair with an eco-friendly twist. The Solidwool Hembury Chair replaces the iconic fiberglass seat with a wool composite, while keeping the integrity of the mid-century design intact. The process swaps glass for wool from a Herdwick sheep as the binder and mixes it with an environmentally conscientious bio-resin to form a hard surface. Light grey guard hairs blend into the naturally dark wool to create a marbled finish. The chair is completed with a black powder coated steel frame and ash wood legs.
There's nothing more timeless than a classic Chesterfield sofa. The Chesterfield Denim Sofa is giving this clubhouse favorite a facelift by adding an equally classic material to the trademark tufts. Only to get better with wear, the nearly ten-foot frame is covered in a moderate wash denim and lined with hand-hammered shoe nails, keeping with the sofa's old-school aesthetic. The signature hardwood legs are given a subtle updated ash finish. An eight-way hand-tied spring suspension and 50/50 down feather and foam cushions make for a seat as comfortable as your most beloved jeans.
Finn Juhl was once quoted as saying, "One cannot create happiness with beautiful objects, but one can spoil quite a lot of happiness with bad ones." We couldn't agree more, and it just so happens that Juhl's Chieftains Chair from 1949 falls within the former group. Drawing on weapons and customs from far off lands, its swooping lines and use of negative space make it a seat fit for a conqueror. Made from teak or walnut and finished in your choice of high-quality leathers.
Enjoying a relaxing smoke is difficult when your chair's not comfortable. The El Purista Smokers Armchair ensures you get as much enjoyment as possible out of each session. Created by Rodrigo Gonzalez and Alexander Sauer, the chair's design recalls the iconic Eames lounger, but with a more square form and hidden slide-out storage in the arms that doubles as a place to set an ashtray and your drink of choice. The inner layer of the chair is made from beech while the top is a walnut veneer, both using trees from sustainable German forests. It's finished with eco-friendly aniline leather, barrel-dyed to preserve natural features like thorns, cracks, and bites, and is made by hand in Germany.
Maybe you just can't get enough of the seats in the Porsche 911. Or maybe this Porsche 911 Office Chair is the closest you'll ever get to sitting in one. Either way, it's probably the best office chair you can get your butt into. The same seats in the Porsche 911 Carrera GTS and GT3 feature continuous seat height adjustment, an electrical backrest adjuster, adjustable armrests, and a Porsche Crest on the head section. The seat is made partially of leather, with a middle section composed of Porsche Alcantara material. You won't move as fast, but you'll be just as comfortable in this one-of-a-kind office chair.
Named after its form and materials, the WW Chair is a modern update to the classic Windsor. The legs and seat stay true to the original design, while the powder-coated metal wire backing brings the chair into the 21st century. Available in a variety of finishes, ranging from traditional walut to stained grey, this seat is the ideal way to surround any urban farmhouse table.
Now that you're collecting records, it's time to get that stack off the floor and into a proper display. This Record Display from Canadian furniture designer Kai Takeshima looks so good, it could make even the most impressive collections pale in comparison. Each section is 9" deep and the entire display will hold nearly 300 records. The shelves are also tilted at 6 degrees providing an optimal searching experience. Made using walnut and brass and finished with oil, it's a huge upgrade to whatever you're currently using to show off your growing collection.
Modern design meets natural materials. Those elements make up this Lazy Susan Goatskin Lounge Chair. A worthy addition to any furniture set, the natural goat hide is as visually appealing as it is comfortable. It was crafted by hand using teak and is certain to be the first seat taken and talked about in any modern living space.
Most bicycle storage solutions look for ways to get your bike out of the way, and often out of sight. The Vadolibero Bike Shelf turns this idea on its head, instead treating your bike like the display-worthy piece of engineering it is. Built from natural oakwood, it has a modular design that lets you add or remove lower compartments and side units as needed, while the handlebar-shaped clothes rack offers two leather hooks for hanging jackets and accessories, and doubles as an LED lamp with touch-based controls. Available in your choice of natural or wenge-shaded finishes.
Charles Eames' original idea for his iconic lounger was to create a chair that resembled "a well-used first baseman's mitt," and it was with that spirit in mind that the Herman Miller x 3Sixteen Eames Lounge Chair was born. This collaborative effort replaces the chair's normal seating surface with a natural vegetable-tanned leather that is meant to darken over time, eventually developing a rich dark brown patina. The special material is paired with a hand-oiled Santos Palisander wood veneer shell, the closest sustainable match to the original's Brazilian rosewood. Unfortunately for the rest of us, only three sets were produced especially for 3sixteen, and they're not for sale — though you can catch one on display at the Pop Up Flea in NYC Dec. 11th-13th.
Its design may date back over 150 years, but it's built to last even longer than that. The Palermo Tripolina Chair has a thick vegetable-tanned saddle leather cover, dyed and stitched by hand in a small Buenos Aires workshop. Its robust wooden frame is likewise carved by hand from guindo wood and assembled with iron hardware. And the folding design lets you take its timeless style with you, whether it's to the campground, beach, or just the local park for a lazy afternoon picnic.
Ping pong is fun. But the table required — not to mention the room necessary for last-second diving saves — takes up a ton of space. The Pull-Pong Table aims to solve this problem by pulling double-duty. During normal hours, it masquerades as a long, eight-person dining table, but when it's time to play, the legs slide out, the top flips open, and with a few quick snaps of the net, it becomes a full-size ping pong table. Built in Denmark from Ash and plywood, steel, and polypropylene.
The look of the Sitskie Block Bench alone is exceptional, made in Los Angeles from FSC-certified solid domestic hardwood. But the secret to this line of furniture isn't fully realized until you sit down and the bench curves to fit to your body. The wood is compressed to achieve this feat unique to wood furniture, providing a soft, comfortable experience without compromising the things that make solid surfaces great. Quite possibly the most versatile, well designed line of wood furniture we've ever seen.
Inspired by a Serbian WWII monument, the bold, angular design of the Lampemm Armchair is sure to become a highlight of any room it's placed in. It's made using two cross-paired pieces of solid walnut, with a padded, upholstered seat and backrest and no unnecessary adornments.
If you collect records, you know that storing them the right way is essential. And if you decide to use crates, Symbol Record Crates are probably the best looking ones we've run across. Each one holds up to 100 LPs and is made using 5/8" thick locally sourced solid Walnut or White Oak. Exposed English dovetail joinery add strength, while vegetable tanned leather handles with solid brass fasteners make them easy to pick up and take with you wherever you go.
If you've ever looked around your home and realized your furniture is a hodgepodge of disconnected pieces and hand-me-downs you've accumulated, then Greycork is for you. Their team blends a design background from RISD with a legacy in US manufacturing, and does it at a price that will ensure you can furnish more than just one room. And since 82% of us are planning a move within the next year, Greycork has made everything functional and easy to move, ensuring that each piece will stand up to the rigors of moving. The company's first piece, this handsome sofa, fits in a 5-inch thick box that's shipped to your door, and can be set up in less than 4 minutes. It's time to turn that mishmash of furniture into a well-designed, good-looking, uniform area.
Named after a form of Japanese syllabary, the Katakana Chair exudes the humble elegance the culture is known for. Part of an award-winning suite of furniture that includes a desk, rocking chair, and sofa, among other items, this Sean Dare-designed piece is made from solid American Black Walnut or White Oak and coated in a protective wax oil finish. Available in your choice of upholstery, it works just as well on its own as it does at a table.
Every reasonable chair should offer support for your spine. But very few actually resemble it. Made from solid wood by skilled craftsman, the Sternum Chaise uses over sixty joint to create a smooth seating surface that's both comfortable to sit on and a beauty to behold. Designed by Don Howell and made to order in Hellman-Chang's Brooklyn, NY studio.