Colorful molded and carved glass creations by Margaret Joplin’s Design Collaborations. Her work includes public art, commercial, urban and residential projects.
The tile designs from Design Vidal’s Mystical Journey Collection stopped us in our tracks.
A creation of designer Drew Hodgson, Feltware includes an array of brightly colored objects for the home that are both functional and playful. We loved the bullseye placemats, clocks, coasters and nova lanterns.
No trees required for this hammock-inspired OSMOSE swinging bed from Fermob. Lounge around comfortably in your garden. It’s light and collapsable folding design allow for easy travel.
The folks at FLUIDSTANCE developed “The Level” as a solution to those of us who work (or play) in a stationary position for long periods of time. Their patent-pending technology elicits constant motion from beneath your feet, increasing your heart rate and range of motion. Naturally sourced from eco-conscious materials, it really is all kinds of awesome.
Brother and sister duo Aaron and Miranda of Galanter & Jones were back this year with a new “loveseat” size to add to their warm and toasty heated furniture line. With beautiful ergonomic cast stone surfaces and adjustable heating, choices include over 20 bench color and base options.
We say YES, PLEASE to Greta De Parry’s simple and pure design ethos. A classically-trained woodworker and sculptor, she was also a dwell award winner this year. She and her fiancé work together running her Chicago-based studio.
TOMORROW MACHINE | INFARM - MICROGREENS GROWING KIT
The future is here with Tomorrow Machine | InFarm’s micro-greens growing kit, helping city people grow their gardens indoors. They launched their company using an indiegogo campaign less than a year ago and are featured in this year’s dwell store.
Check out how it works by watching their indiegogo campaign HERE
We loved the mix of influences felt from designer Josephine Repetto’s simple and modern drum lights. French born from Guinean and Bissau parents, inspiration from her African heritage combined with a touch of Surrealism and Pop-Art shines through.
The Kodama Zomes hanging love-seats are a synthesis of inspiration, engineering and architecture reminiscent of the revolutionary Buckminster Fuller geodesic domes, and zonodehral polygons, as found in natural sacred geometry. We’ll take several, please and thank you.
Beautiful colors and textures at LOST & FOUND. Swooning for Michele Keeler towels, UFO lights, gorgeous woven mats and just about everything in their home shop.
So inspired by Lula Mena! She designs contemporary eco-friendly home and fashion accessories which are then handmade by at-risk women and artisan communities in El Salvadore. Copper wire bracelets made from recycled energy meters, necklaces made from local seeds, and handwoven textiles in indigo and fabulous bright colors.
San Francisco local, Molly M. Designs is a professionally trained architect who wowed us with her amazing layered laser-cut mandalas and fantastic jewelry.
MOSES BED W/ GOLD-LEAF …PAIGE HAS DETAILS.
Troy Passey is an artist who works with words and phrases as the centerpiece of his art. He comes to art by way of literature, finding inspiration from poets and philosophers and the “look of the words.” He often repeats selected phrases to create works that are as conceptual as they are visual. The pieces from his “Left Unsaid” show left us speechless.
Artist Kristin Nelson hand sculpts and then creates plaster molds to cast her VIT Ceramics line of lamp bases, vases and tableware into simple, contemporary, organic designs with Scandinavian sensibilities.