This modular, wall-mounted Parallel Shelving System by Terence Woodgate for SCP is comprised of two simple components—uprights and shelves—available in varying sizes so you can customize it to a space.
A subtle, triangular shape on the upper end of its frame makes this lean, full-body floor mirror by KaschKasch for Menu apt for small spaces. Lean it against a wall or nestle it in a corner—no installation required.
Part of the SCP Classics collection, this Slatted Barstool—designed by Jasper Morrison in 1986—is made of tubular steel that's CNC-bent to achieve a svelte silhouette. Subtle details, including a gently sloped seat and footrest, add comfort to its distinctive profile.
Danish designer Christina Liljenberg Halstrøm's Georg Console Table for Skagerak is made of solid oak wood and features not four, but two legs for a sleek, space-saving solution. Designed for wall-mounting, and measuring just 13 inches deep, it appears to lean effortlessly against the wall.
The name of this item—Thin LED Task Lamp—says it all. Designed by Peter Bristol for Juniper, it packs a lot of light in a small package: it can produce over 500 lumens of warm, white light in an ultra-thin body that can extend to three feet, or alternatively, fold in half to a discreet rod.
No excuses for not recycling—this recycling bag stand, designed by Kouichi Kishikawa for Yamazaki, stands thing and can be unfolded for use or stowed away in a pinch. Its simple form is also super stable, with rectangular grooves for hanging bags, also encouraging the reuse of those pesky plastic ones from the market.
Designed by Andy Clark and Gabe Herz for Bruer, this coffee maker both demystifies and makes cold brewing a breeze—though patience is required: ice melts from the upper vessel and through the coffee grounds, making a smooth cup of joe in about four hours.