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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.
There is a crack in everything, that’s how the light gets in.