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The Lofelt Basslet Is a Wearable Subwoofer

By | May 16, 2019

Gaming while flying. Watching movies on public transportation during a daily commute. Listening to music while at the gym. All activities that should be enjoyed while wearing earbuds or headphones. The Basslet is a wearable subwoofer designed to complement any of these activities, delivering the low end of sound and music as a haptic experience that is felt… Read More »

Fresh From the Dairy: Fill Your Fruit Basket

By | May 16, 2019

Your local farmers market is about to be overflowing with seasonal fruit if it isn’t already! Having bowls full of all things fresh in your kitchen is one of the best parts of summer, so why not add some to your decor as well? Society6 has fruity options for every facet of your home and lifestyle, from throw… Read More »

The BOUDOIR Series Reinterprets a Classic Silhouette

By | May 16, 2019

GABRIEL SCOTT is at it again, this time using rounded metal lines and layers to create the BOUDOIR series of seating. They reinterpret the classic seating silhouette with the help of French pebbled leather lining and a tone-on-tone cushion that sits on a curved metal shell for a hard meets soft feel. Brass hardware embellishments accent each piece… Read More »

Cerine Minimalist Lighting by Trueing

By | May 16, 2019

Cerine is a minimalist lighting collection designed by Brooklyn-based studio Trueing for this year’s New York Design Week. Each composed of handcrafted glass chains as the core design element, the series consists of two pendants, a floor lamp, and a sconce. Japanese label pas de calais will be hosting the new collaborative pieces within their SoHo flagship store. The… Read More »

Condominio Monti: Live in Rome, but Make it Modern

By | May 15, 2019

They say all roads lead to Rome—it seems so with both the old and the modern. In the Monti district of Rome, a neighborhood known for wineries, bars and craft shops, a new boutique hotel—Condominio Monti—caters to modern design lovers who like their history with a touch of color. Starting at the entrance, three arched mirrors borrow their… Read More »