Top Home Products for Feb 20th, 2014

  • Philippe Starck Broom Chair
    “Imagine,” says Philippe Starck, “a guy who takes a humble broom and starts to clean the workshop, and with this dust he makes new magic.” The “dust” that Starck refers to is reclaimed polypropylene and wood fiber, two of theused to create his Broom Chair (2012). Starck drew the shape of this reclaimed, repurposed and recyclable chair in 2003, but it took a decade to design the chair in these eco-friendly. The Broom Chair made its debut at the 2012 Salone del Mobile in Milan, and as soon as we saw it, we knew it belonged in our assortment. Durable, comfortable, colorful and unique in how it makes use of normally discarded, Broom is a smart solution that literally sweeps up the waste from the industrial manufacturing cycle. All colors suitable for outdoor use except orange. This is the authentic Broom Chair by Emeco. Made in U.S.A. Made of a new composite of discarded industrial, reclaimed even before they enter the long cycle that most recycledhave to undergo. Listed as an Editors’ Product Pick by Interior Design magazine in October 2012. Broom is a patented design by Philippe Starck for Emeco. It is illegal for another company to clone this chair.
  • El Casco Travel Backgammon Set
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    Leather travel backgammon set rolls up for quick play and easy storage. Attached zipper pouch neatly houses die and game pieces. Tie closure. 13.5" x 10" game board. Available in Black. Imported.
  • World Globe Black & Silver 30cm
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    This sophisticated black and silver globe would look both stylish and contemporary in your home or office. The globe has a chrome plated swivel and tilt mount that has both horizontal and vertical rotation. Perfect for a travel enthusiast as a gift or treat for yourself, the globe is sure to draw attention and create a real statement piece wherever you choose to place it. Can be easily cleaned with a cloth. Dimensions: Diameter 30cm.
  • Kartell Light-Air table lamp
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    A lamp full of magic for an enchanting and contemporary interior, defying all laws of gravity! Light air, little news of Kartell, is in perfect continuity with the spirit of the brand and its essential and graphic design. It creates astonishment. Instead of holding a traditional foot, the conical shade, pleated old, is suspended from a transparent rectangular frame. A reference to the codes of the traditional lighting that Catalan designer Eugéni Quitllet shattered, all with goal here is to create the optical illusion of poetry, modern and shifted by a flying lamp. Available in three colors (beige, pink and blue), Light Air blends with any style of decor. In detail: Type : Table lamp. Colour : Beige. Material : Transparent or colored thermoplastic technopolymer. Dimensions : W 17 x H 32 x D 7,4 cm. Characteristics : Bulb (included): 1 x max 28W E14 IBP Halo - switch - 220-240 V.
  • FREDS at Barneys New York Japanese Sencha Green Tea
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    Japanese Sencha flavored green tea. 4 oz. tin. Brews 30-40 cups of tea. Caffeinated.
  • Zanotta Sciangai Coat stand
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    Remarkable, this coat rack Sciangai was created by the fine trio DePas, OF urbino & Lomazzi in 1979, year where it received the oro compasso. Ingenious and very elegant, it allies functionality and aesthetic. By their work on the originality, the designers wanted to hoist a humble object as this portemanteau to the same level that the furniture pieces. Sciangai is a true element of decoration. It is proposed in several versions: varnished or black painted beech, bleached or wengé-stained oak. In detail: Type : Coat stand. Colour : Rouvre teinté wengé Material : Wenge-stained oak structure. Dimensions : H 145 cm - Ø 65 cm. Characteristics : Folding clothes stand.
  • Bahari Teakwood Cheese Set
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    Stainless steel cheese set with teakwood handles. Set of 4.
  • D.A.P. Jean Royère
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    In 1931, at 29, Jean Royère (1902-1981) resigned from a comfortable position in the import-export trade in order to set up business as an interior designer. He learned his new trade in the cabinetmaking workshops of the Faubourg Saint-Antoine in Paris. In 1934, he designed the new layout of the Brasserie Carlton on the Champs Elysées and found immediate success, embarking upon an international career that was to endure for nearly half a century. Royère tackled all kinds of decoration work and opened branches in the Near East and Latin America; among his patrons were King Farouk, King Hussein of Jordan and the Shah of Iran, who entrusted him with the interior design of their palaces. The Royère style is a wonderful amalgam of bright, cheery colors, subtly organic forms and precious materials. Compact and fluid, robust and delicate, Royère's chairs, lamps, chandeliers, sofas and desks exude a sensuous confidence, suggesting both comfort and alertness. This superbly produced, linen-bound, two-volume boxed monograph would have made Royère proud. The first volume explores the designer's work across four themes inspired by his creations: "The Vegetal Realm," "The Animal World," The Imaginative Realm" and "Line and Design." In addition to prefaces by Jacques Lacoste and Patrick Seguin, this volume contains interviews with Lorenz Baümer, Béatrice Salmon, and Christian Lacroix--by art historian and journalist Françoise Claire Prodhon--and a chapter looking back to the Jean Royère exhibition at the Sonnabend Gallery in New York in 2008. The second volume opens with a 1963 interview with Royère by Pascal Renous, and then presents the "Jean Royère Repertoire": 380 items of furniture and other creations accompanied by detailed references and illustrations of variants. The volume is rounded off by a sketchbook offering 156 hitherto unpublished Royère drawings. This authoritative and sumptuous publication is the last word on this mid century master. Hardcover. 656 pages.
  • Arte & Cuoio Boutique Tissue Box
    Vegetable-tanned leather tissue box with contrast stitch detail. 5" x 5.75". Available in Black. Made in Italy.
  • Heart of Haiti Bowl Spotted Papier Mache
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    Constructed from natural and recycled materials, this papier-mache bowl is as good for the earth as it is beautiful in the home. With its glossy finish and organic shape, it lends a modern look to any table as a one-of-a-kind centerpiece. (Clearance)
  • De'Longhi kMix DTT02 Toaster, 2 Slice
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    The golden rule-simply stunning in a modern design and eye-catching hue, this precision toaster makes perfectly toasted results the norm in your kitchen. Slip in croissants, muffins and more and, with the peek & view function, check in on progress anytime, so every dish is done your way. Model DTT02.
  • Dibbern Charleston Wine Glass
    Crystal striped wine glass. 7" height x 3" width. Available in Black. Made in Germany. Dishwasher-safe.
  • El Casco Pencil Sharpener
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    Chrome-plated pencil sharpener with wooden handle, see-through top and suction base. Wood handle. 6" tall. Made in Spain.
  • Zara Home Raised Design Bath Mat
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    Rectangular reversible bath mat with a raised geometric design. Weight: 1500-gram weight cotton.
  • Linea Black round vase
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    Add a splash of colour to your home with this beautiful handmade vase. The circular profile makes it perfect for displaying a full bouquet of flowers. Available in a variety of colours. Exclusively designed for House of Fraser. Glass. Handblown vase. Height 28 cm. Width 12 cm.

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Fabulous collection!!!!!!!


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