Big Switch Light by Castor Design

By | January 23, 2017

This compact table lamp is called Big Switch for a reason – because it highlights a necessary feature instead of hiding it. Most lamps attempt to disguise the on/off switch in some way, but Castor Design chooses to make it a design detail by making them a larger, crescent-shaped button on top with a ridged surface and in… Read More »

Hypercollection Will Outfit Your Open Workspace

By | January 23, 2017

Egli Studio, working in collaboration with Matthieu Girel, designed a collection of furnishings for open workspaces. Hypercollection offers slight visual separation without being closed off allowing each piece to adapt to different configurations and uses. With clean lines and a black and white color palette, the collections is optimal for any office-type situation or even at home. Hyper_Shelf is… Read More »

Brizo Unveils the Vettis Bath Collection

By | January 23, 2017

Kitchen and bathroom fixture gods Brizo just debuted the nature-inspired Vettis™ Bath Collection at the 2017 Kitchen and Bath Industry Show (KBIS). The line’s name Vettis comes from Vettisfossen, one of Norway’s tallest waterfalls, which inspired how the faucets deliver water. The solid, angular forms and clean lines paired with a unique, open-flow spout result in a beautiful geometric design. It also feels… Read More »

Loch Ness Is Back As A Tea Infuser

By | January 22, 2017

Bats aren’t bugs, and the Loch Ness Monster is real, are the two big revelations of 2016. Made by former cryptozoologists at OTOTO Design, these Baby Nessie Tea Infusers will change tea-time forever. Prefer to drink coffee? Well, then you’d better head back the way you came, friend. Baby Nessie is made of food-grade silicone, and splits open… Read More »

Sommer House

By | January 22, 2017

Designed by Project M+ | Country: United States “Born of love for her self-proclaimed granola connoisseur husband, Jennifer Sommer’s granola comes from the heart. This salty, sweet, nutty, crunchy treat is genuinely irresistible. Originally dubbed Obsessed granola, Sommer House gained an early following of foodie aficionados. Obsessed as people were, the name just didn’t ring true. M Plus developed the name and packaging… Read More »