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The Switch Bed has a split personality. The upholstered headboard has a different stitched pattern on each side and can be easily reversed, allowing you to subtly change the look on a whim.
Originally designed as an accessory to store and display fruit, this versatile, watertight vessel also works well as a simple indoor/outdoor planter for succulents or herbs.
The Nova Stool is a versatile accent piece which can be utilized as a side table or a stool. The comfortable, round cushion sits atop a simple, white powder-coated triangular metal frame.
Part of the Mimico Series, this multi-purpose design has a distinctive Scandinavian influence. The Mimico can be used as an ottoman, coffee table, or bench.
The Mix Modular Collection lets you mix and match components and fabrics to build a custom sectional, sofa or seating group to perfectly suit your space. The design uses 8 basic components.
The Belmont Media Stand is an architecturally inspired storage design that features the natural beauty of walnut. Designed for Hi-Fi and media components, a back panel opening in the cabinet allows for concealed cable management.
The Gradient is a mid-pile, hand-tufted rug with a bright, multi-hued ombre pattern reminiscent of modern abstract paintings. Perfect for adding color to your a small room or dorm.
Originally created in 1950 by Russell Spanner, the Lounge Chair with Arms has become a classic of Canadian Mid-Century Modern furniture design. Out of production for more than 50 years, Gus* worked in collaboration with the Spanner family to revive this iconic chair.
The White Hanging Lamp is a simple, modern light fixture crafted from translucent white acrylic. The geometric design casts a pleasing ambient light above dining tables or work spaces. It can be adjusted for ceilings up to 12ft, and includes a stainless steel ceiling plate which complements the acrylic shade.
The Vintage Swing Arm Lamp is a simple, wall-mounted light with a modern, industrial aesthetic that highlights the sculptural qualities of both the fixture and the bare light bulb. The stainless steel, cantilevered arm pivots 180 degrees.
It is obvious that we can no more explain a passion to a person who has never experienced it than we can explain light to the blind.
T. S. Eliot