Folke Ohlsson for Bodafors vintage coffee table
Folke Ohlsson was a prolific Swedish designer who worked with beloved Nordic manufacturers like Fritz Hansen, Bodafors, and Dux and was especially in-demand throughout the 1950s and ’60s. (He’s credited with helping popularize Scandinavian furniture in midcentury America.) This teak-and-oak table produced in 1962 by Bodafors neatly summarizes Ohlsson’s sensibility: timeless, forward-thinking, and simple at once.
$1,973 via Pamono
Ferm Living plant box
This multipurpose planter can do it all. It’s made of powder-coated metal, so it works indoors or outdoors and comes in various shades, from earthy and subdued to bold and vibrant. The electric-blue plant box will add splashy color to any balcony or living room corner, just in time for summer.
$319 via Ferm Living
Bellhop Portable LED table lamp
As spotted in a scene from the final season of HBO’s Succession, illuminating a marital spat that sent the show’s feverish following up in arms, the Bellhop lamp by British designers Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby looks like a million bucks. Cleverly inspired by uniforms of hotel bellhops, the dimmable LED lamp (designed in 2018 for Flos) adds soft, luxurious lighting to any space, and the portable design lets you bring it from room to room, really making sure you get your money’s worth.
$350 via Design Within Reach
Marco Zanini x Marutomi vintage You Again mirror
In the late 1990s, Japanese manufacturer Marutomi enlisted a group of Italian architects and designers to produce a collection of interior goods and tabletop accessories. Marco Zanini, one of the founding Memphis Group members, designed an artful mirror that delivers function and fashion equally by paying homage to the beautiful luster of traditional Japanese lacquerware with modern phenolic resin that’s painted to soften over time.
$300 via Iko Iko
Fern Parchment lamp 001
Based in New York’s Hudson Valley, Fern is known best for its tables, credenzas, and chairs that feature hardwood construction and hand-faceted details. In a delightful twist, the studio just debuted its first lighting, a tabletop lamp made from hand-laced goat parchment shades, a white oak structure, and black-waxed aluminum and white oak bases.
$5,200 via Fern
Rörstrand Sweden 1970s teacup ($44), Actual Source notebooks ($48), Gabe Langhotlz print ($75), 1970s Danish chrome lamp ($252), Little Miss Figgy fig tree ($69), Schoolhouse Allegheny plug-in sconce ($329), Clay Letter book ($34), Ettore Sottsass Silene tray ($140), Midcentury Danish teak dresser ($1,595), Vintage Charlotte van der Waals Vouwvaas vases ($72).
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