Geoffrey Pascal has created a collection of office furniture that responds to the growing number of people working at home in their beds.
You ask yourself: How on Earth did you sleep with someone with taste so horrendous, they buy cushions the color of regurgitated cat food?
None of it has very much to do with furniture, which is perhaps a reflection of a moment when buying things as self-expression has taken a back seat to self-care for consumers.
Robot furniture is happening. This is the single greatest thing to happen to humanity ever, the robots told us to say.
In a surprising move, Marcus Engman, the head of design at Ikea since 2012, is leaving the world’s largest furniture company for his own design consultancy.
With The Inside, Dwell’s founder Christiane Lemieux wants your designer armchair to cost less than your designer purse. But should furniture really follow in the footsteps of fast fashion?
Young Scandinavian labels and their designers are riding the wave of continuing success. But why is it that Neo-Scandinavianism is such a hit?
When it came to its first attempt at a sofa, the furniture startup Floyd appealed to its users for input through Instagram Stories.
Startups making delivery and transport easier than ever are a hit with venture capitalists, so it’s not a surprise that young tech companies delivering home staples — living room sets, dining room tables, couches and more — are raising big dollars.
According to One Click Retail research, Amazon.com did about $4 billion in furniture sales in the U.S. last year, up 51% year over year, to become the largest online player in the category.
Herman Miller owned Design Within Reach, a retailer of authentic modern furniture and accessories, today announces the opening of its newest retail Studio in The Gulch in Nashville, Tennessee.
A casualty of everyday antiques’ fall from hipness, the stately, compact secretary desk is regaining relevance as most people’s computer needs shrink to laptop-size.
When Burrow raised a $4.3 million seed round at the end of last year, it said it was growing 20 percent each month, and its manufacturing facilities had just moved from Mexico City to Mississippi.
“Resimercial” design, which has become increasingly popular in recent years, aims to combine the comforts of our residences with the production requirements of commercial products.