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tabletop intrigue

Although I’m not entirely convinced that patterned tabletops will stand the test of time, they do a decent job of catching the …

lavassa by peter harrison

Peter Harrison’s LAVASSA line utilizes wood, metal and concrete (relatively ordinary materials) to exceptionally creative and stylish ends. While I’ve heard of …

contemporary christmas trees

Just an abbreviated post today as I celebrate Christmas … above, via our friends at DesignMilk: Blomus’ Estilo contemporary christmas tree is …

chista

Chista is a New York-based furnishings designer with an emphasis on materials – specifically, wood. Similar in premise to Stew Design, the …

spacify’s bathroom vanities

Bathrooms are in many ways the only true sanctuaries in a home, where privacy is sacred–which is perhaps why we all appreciate …

swank in salt lake

One of my original inspirations for creating PadStyle was a chance visit to ManhattanLoft.com (which is actually not located in New York, …

featured designer: karim rashid

There are some designers whose enthusiasm for their work shines brighter when compared to others; Karim Rashid is one of them. His …

brazilian furniture by moura starr

Moura Starr is a recent partnership between American distributor Shelley Badauy and Brazilian designers Graca Kazan and Luis Mario Moura. Previous to …

hubbardton forge lighting

Hubbardton Forge is a relatively young company (est. 1974) relying on old, time-honored traditions to create stylish lamps and other lighting. Each …