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July 20, 2015

The Dwell Store has added dozens of new design products to its online assortment including colorful storage, geometric accents, innovative furniture, and much more. Check out ten of our favorite new designs, and be sure to view the full collection of new designs at the Dwell Store.

Sophisticated pleated porcelain vase

Designed in 1936, the Lyngby Vase is one of the most emblematic pieces of Danish porcelain. The vase is so popular that very few original productions remain for sale—most are treasured heirlooms that are passed from generation to generation. The new production maintains the popularity of the original design, largely due to the care and thoughtful attention to the original model in the reproduction. When it premiered in the thirties, the Lyngby Vase was so different from classic porcelain, that it truly stood out and redefined the possibilities of the material. With its distinct shape and modern look, the vase was a sophisticated, new departure from tradition. The vase was reissued in 2011 as an extension of the Lyngby legacy.

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Refined folding chair with leather seat and back

First designed in 1955 by Mogens Lassen for the Copenhagen Cabinetmaker’s Guild Competition, the Saxe Lounge Chair is a timeless chair that blends the convenience of a folding chair and the comfort of a lounge chair. The 1955 model of the chair was made by A.J. Iversen—a master joiner in midcentury Denmark. The Saxe has been reproduced to mark the 60th anniversary of its design, capturing the original appeal of the chair in oak and vegetable-tanned leather. With its slim silhouette and welcoming seat, the Saxe Lounge Chair can be used in a variety of interiors including cozy dens, home offices, and living rooms. The chair can be folded and stored when not in use.

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Modern sleeper sofa with down pillows

The Cord Sleeper Series was designed by busk+Hertzog for Softline and is available as a full sofa or as a lounge chair. The Cord Sleeper Sofa is an innovative sofa bed that is designed to communicate with urban living—it has a slim profile and folds into a smaller footprint than typical double beds. By simply unfolding the sofa, the Cord Sleeper Sofa easily pulls out into a bed, and the back rest can be adjusted to eight different positions to provide ideal comfort, making it an inviting sleeping option for guests. The back cushions on the sofa are filled with down feathers, making them a great transitional pillow for sleeping.

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Simple stone washed pillow cover in soft colors

The Stone-Washed Linen Throw Pillow Cover from Hawkins New York represents an expert blend of casual comfort and luxurious materiality. Made of European linen, each pillow cover is piece dyed and stone washed, which creates an extremely soft touch and smooth finish. The generously sized cover can be used in a variety of spaces, including adding softness to a bed, enhancing the look of a sofa or chair, and creating a cozy reading nook in a home office. Available in several soft colors, the throw pillow covers can be mixed and matched with each other, combined to create a monochrome palette, or used individually. 

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Iconic copper tabletop lamp with bell-shape shade

The Pantop Table Lamp from Verpan is a bold light source that provides warm, direct lighting, and is best utilized in a living room, office, or bedroom. Defined by its distinctive bell shape, the Pantop provides a refreshing take on the limits of traditional table lamps. The widely flared shade helps create a playful personality within the lamp, and the luxurious copper adds elegant shine. The shade is held onto a copper stem, which is supported by a copper semisphere. Originally designed in 1980 by Verner Panton, the Pantop Table Lamp is both artful and sculptural, and will complement a variety of interior spaces. Verpan included Verner Panton’s signature on the base of the lamp, paying homage to the celebrated designer.

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Simple wood magnetic photo holder

The Stanley Photo Stand from Portland, Oregon’s Plywerk is a versatile solution for displaying photographs. The stand is comprised of locally harvested, hazard or salvaged western walnut wood from the Pacific Northwest. The two pieces of walnut are embedded with ultra-strong neodymium magnets that snap securely together to hold photographs, postcards, or even shopping lists. The Stanley Photo Stand can rest flat, curved, flipped, or split into two magnets and used on a refrigerator. Each stand is handmade in Plywerk’s Portland workshop and is hand-finished with a European-certified, child-safe, all-natural renewable oil and wax blend.

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Colorful storage box with three layers

The 3-in-1 Tray Box from Nomess Copenhagen is a simple design with multiple positions and functions. Comprised of three sections, the Tray Box includes a base with the largest capacity for storing items, a middle layer that can be used to store pens, pencils, and small items, and a top lid. The lid, as well as the middle layer, can be removed from the box and used as individual trays. The Tray Box is a versatile desk accessory that can be used both to conceal and display items. In addition to being used at a desk, the Tray Box can be used on a dresser for storing jewelry, in an entryway for storing essentials like keys, or for storage on a bookshelf. Made of cardboard and paper, the Tray Box has a soft touch and visual texture.

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Distinctive and geometric pendant light with string

The Anastassiades String Pendant Lights from Flos bring suspension lighting to the ceiling. Available with spherical and conical pendants, each Anastassiades String Light provides diffused light, and can be used as overhead lighting in living rooms, bedrooms, or dining rooms. With two different cable lengths, the pendants can be strung in a variety of configurations from simple and streamlined to geometric and intricate. Each pendant light includes a weighted floor switch or ceiling canopy and several hooks with which to string the pendant. Each String Pendant Light can be used individually or grouped with other lights in the series to create a robust lighting display.

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Tinted recycled glassware made in Morocco

The refined recycled glassware series from Hawkins New York was designed in collaboration with Moroccan artisans. Each piece in the handmade collection, including this set of six glasses, has a natural variation, recycled glass tint, and minor bubbling, making every piece in the collection one-of-a-kind. The Conical Tumblers are comprised of cylindrical shapes that taper toward the top of each glass. The bases feature the most saturated color within the glasses, adding visual interest to the simple collection. The glasses can be used on their own or with other elements of the Recycled Glass series, including different sizes of glasses and a sophisticated pitcher

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Terrazzo platter in distinct colors

The Terrazzo Platter from Serax is a sophisticated kitchenware accent, and can be used as a serving tray, board for cheese and charcuterie, or even as a centerpiece on a dining room table—it can present tea lights, a vase of flowers, or center another accent. Terrazzo is a composite material that is available in a range of colors and tones and features a distinctive speckling. The material is both striking and simple, making it an excellent choice for different decors. On a wood table, the platter will provide material interest, while on a stone counter, the platter creates a subtle contrast. Available in two sizes and tones, the Terrazzo Platter is a simple and refined serveware piece.

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Sophisticated pleated porcelain vase

Designed in 1936, the Lyngby Vase is one of the most emblematic pieces of Danish porcelain. The vase is so popular that very few original productions remain for sale—most are treasured heirlooms that are passed from generation to generation. The new production maintains the popularity of the original design, largely due to the care and thoughtful attention to the original model in the reproduction. When it premiered in the thirties, the Lyngby Vase was so different from classic porcelain, that it truly stood out and redefined the possibilities of the material. With its distinct shape and modern look, the vase was a sophisticated, new departure from tradition. The vase was reissued in 2011 as an extension of the Lyngby legacy.

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