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FEATHER WEIGHT

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Jasper Morrison’s two-tiered Bird Table provides both shelter and food for the feathered.  And I think they’ll like the color, too.

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WIRED

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Nothing can compete with a wireless mouse. But if one has a fondness for wires, there’s this, the Rinkak mouse by Nendo.

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SHADES OF SUMMER

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Inspired by the patterns and colors found on common lawn furniture, these striking lamps are by the French design duo that calls itself Colonel.

 

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SUPER LIGHT

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Reductive design can’t get more, well, reduced, than this LED lamp with no knobs or hinges, by James Irvine.

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HANG UP

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It doesn’t have quite the panache of Fritz Hansen’s coat tree, but Blu Dot’s Splash coat rack offers great value, nonetheless.

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TRAFFIC LIGHT

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Dorothy was created to challenge the often dull and basic world of lighting.”  Which is to say, this lamp’s plastic shade is designed to double as a traffic cone when its illuminating life is over.

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TIER DROP

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If there’s a justification for choosing multi-colors over monochromes, it’s Fredrik Mattson’s  painted aluminum PXL pendant light.

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RULE OF ENGAGEMENT

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I think I want one of these curved rulers by Tomoya Yoshida.

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CREATIVE DIRECTION

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Wondering where to hang your coat?  How about Here, a lacquered wall-mounted arrow hook by Richard Shed Studio?

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HAMMER PRICE

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No, I wouldn’t dare drive a nail in with its ice-cool head, but as far as gorgeous tools go, this glass and ash wood hammer by the Swedish designers, Kristoffer Sundi, Fredrik Paulsen and Simon Klenell, stands alone.