Editors’ Picks: 7 Goods That Are Inspiring Us This Month

Architectural Classic Notecards | Twenty flat cards, printed on heavy uncoated paper suitable for framing, feature distinctive historical prints drawn from our Classic Reprints Series.

French Concession Table by DePadova | Resembling a flower blossom, the smooth Corian table offers a round top, generous enough to seat 12.

Aracne Coffee Table from LATOXLATO | Inspired by 1950s and 1960s design, this unconventional coffee table has an unexpected eight-legged silhouette. Its round glass top seems to float atop the elegant zoomorphic structure, solid and airy at the same time. Made exclusively in Italy.

Nicole Hollis for McGuire Collection: Hoku Mirror | Channeling far away travels and taking cues from top fashion houses, each piece is handcrafted with a careful combination of classic and unusual techniques. The Hoku Mirror is made with woven Lampakanay grass.

Exotic Butterflies | Sculptor and furniture designer, Erwan Boulloud’s idea behind the Cabinet de Curiosité, the piece made exclusively for his first U.S. solo exhibition at Twenty First Gallery in TriBeCa, is to show objects that we typically store inside a cabinet, on the outside.

Drummonds Tyne Copper Bath TubThe Tyne is a classic roll-top tub, styled on the 18th-century ‘Bateau Bath’. It is made entirely of copper, making it much lighter than a cast iron bath.

Boca do Lobo’s Mondrian White Sideboard | This modern sideboard features a mahogany structure gently encased in an elegant frame of tempered glass.

For more editors’ picks, check out these 15 sculptural staircases showcased in our recently released winter issue.

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