Minnesota-based Eastvold Furniture creates updated versions of the classic mid-century must-have: The credenza. “The credenza is really a box but it’s done so well,” explains designer and owner Matt Eastvold. “I really love its versatility — it can blend with traditional homes or a glass New York City high-rise apartment. It’s just a really functional piece that looks great.” At Eastvold, you can find both modern credenzas with funky, colorful steel bases or classic renditions in sleek walnut. Whatever your design preference, each piece — made from locally sourced solid wood and named after small Minnesota towns — can be custom-made for your needs. Even sweeter? Large items ship for free, with white-glove service to boot, which beats hunting down a coupon code.
Ferm Living plant stand
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Don’t have a spare surface to stick a plant on? No worries. This hip retro plant stand lets you add greenery to any room. And the high tripod legs keeps pesky kids and pets from messing with your green friend.
The BoConcept Fusion collection by Nendo
Danish furniture brand BoConcept and Japanese design house Nendo, led by designer Oki Sato, united for a new collaboration, which just hit stores. The collection, which focuses on functionality and simplicity, includes a sofa, chair, rug, table, shelving and accessories and is, according to Sato, inspired by origami.