16,037 arts design furniture Kitchen Products
Originally designed in 1902 by Frank Lloyd Wright for Dana Thomas's house, these stunning Arts and Crafts chairs are rooted deep in american Architectural history.
Originally designed for the E.E. Boyton home in 1907, these Frank Lloyd Wright-designed dining chairs are a chance to own a piece of masterful American Arts and Crafts and architectural history.
This lovely pedestal table provides the perfect spot for dining in the round, easing conversation and fitting into the room in just the right way.
Transform your spices into a work of art with this contemporary stainless steel spice rack. The rack provides the lines, your spices provide the color.
These are made out of solid wood and moose antlers and were designed by Rick Owens, the fashion designer. No doubt these are a tad art brut in concept, but if you are the type that sees furniture as art and not simply in a practical vein, these are wonderful. Personally, if I had a house in Aspen,...
This set of four melamine printed coasters in a funky retro design would definitely add style to after-dinner coffee or tea by the fire — so cheerful and fun.
Rustic yet sophisticated, this farmhouse trestle table will add classic style to your dining room or eat-in kitchen.
I love upholstered dining furniture. I love the idea of being so comfortable at a dining table that you would want to sit there for hours after the food is gone, sipping a glass of wine. I might even be able to take a nap if I had one of these great benches.
Concrete Hayden Dining Bench
Inspired by materials like rattan, wicker and bamboo, the Veranda Collection is both modern and tradition and earthy all the same time. I love the delicateness of this tile - it reminds me of vintage jewelry.
These handsome barstools continue the modern furniture tradition of using bent wood and a beautiful walnut veneer. The combination of wood and chrome tubular legs makes this stool a favorite pick for designers.
Tile one of the places we can really express ourselves and our style. Illustrated here is a great pattern, which will add real style to a design, whether in a full field of tile, as an accent row or worked in a a rug with more affordable field tile. Also can be produced in dozens of different color...
This gorgeous tile come in endless color combinations and patterns. I've done it as a continuous pattern and as decorative inserts.
This beautiful and simple table recalls the designs that emerged during the mid-century modern movement. The unadorned style draws the eye to the quality of the wood and the silhouette.
Dining Table by Bark Furniture
Whether you are doing a traditional built-in banquette or something more of a furniture piece, benches are a great way to capitalize on seating space in your kitchen. This beautiful open backed booth creates the perfect place to sit back and relax while reading the morning paper.
I had to do a double take when I noticed how the stylist at Arhaus Furniture had arranged these handcrafted ceramic magnolia plates on the wall. They make striking accents on the horizontal tablescape or hanging vertically!
Ann Sacks, you amaze me. The products are true pieces of art. Can you imagine an all-white kitchen with good under-cabinet lighting illuminating this gorgeousness?
These woven seagrass stools are a wonderful way to bring a coastal texture into your home. Whether you're near the water or you're landlocked, it's a pleasing style that works with rooms that are traditional, transitional, eclectic and contemporary.Features the subtle variations in tone and...
Can't decide between a round or rectangular dining table? Don't fret. This rounded triangle is a shape no one else will have, and the pedestal allows for some freedom in arranging chairs and leg space underneath.
Pull up a pair of these weathered pine counter stools to a contrasting white or charcoal kitchen island. The high back and padded seat cushion provide comfort while the simple aesthetics keep it design worthy.
Have you always wished your kitchen had an island? Add additional counter space and storage to your kitchen with this versatile kitchen island.
Designed by Maarten Baas in 2006, this is by far one of the strangest chairs I've ever seen. And I mean that as a compliment! It looks like a more traditional chair just melted. It's a available in several colors, but who could resist orange?
Create your own cozy breakfast nook with this 3 piece corner set. Add your own cushions or pillows for a personal touch that coordinates with your existing decor.
The floating glass top on this table lets the pleated modern base steal the show. If you're looking for a sculptural focal point, this base is perfect.
I love the idea of using a curio cabinet for a food pantry instead of dishes or display items. If you're looking for some extra storage in your kitchen, this is a great way to get it.
Shake it, shake it, shake it. This martini shaker looks like a neon spray paint can. It's a fun addition to your home bar.
These traditional bronze tiles are just beautiful inlaid in a floor or backsplash, or even randomly in a glass mosaic bathroom tile.
This stately table is bold, simple, and eco-friendly. The contrast between the color of the base and top allow a range of woods to go with it in the same room, and the clean lines allow a range of chair shapes to pull right up to it.
This hanging "Cocoon" fruit, veggie and herb storage is a good way to free up fridge and counter space. Plus, it looks super awesome, too. It's made of a ceramic material that absorbs water from the produce, keeping it fresh and cool. Aesthetics, meet science.
Aqua, emerald and gold swirl together in this beautiful mod, hand-painted porcelain tile. It could be used as a trivet, a special tile inset or a display piece.
If I had space for an island, this would be high on my list. I love the wheels and the combination of metal and wood.
Jackson Kitchen Cart
Classic chairs in black linen, timeless style that would work as a side chair in a living room or a group at a dining room table. I could also see these at a kitchen table if you're looking for something a little fancier - they're black after all!
Black Linen Chair
These hand-painted terra cotta tiles are amazing - and the company that makes them has mastered the art of the patina, making them look like they've been distressed from centuries of use. A variety of patterns and color combinations and sizes are available - good luck picking a favorite!
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