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Monday, November 9th, 2015

RS Barcelona on Sale Now at Design Public

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Whether you’re looking to get your kids that big-ticket item like a Foosball table or Ping-Pong table (that doubles as a dining table) for the holidays, or you and your roommate are a couple of regular Joey and Chandlers, you’ll want to check out the sale we’re having on RS Barcelona right now. Save 20% off all RS Barcelona items now through December 18, 2015 at Design Public.


The table comes in bold red, sleek white, happy turquoise and school bus yellow and will make a fun activity on all of those upcoming snow days.


If you’d love a Ping-Pong table but never thought you’d have the room, think again. This beautiful table does double-duty as a dining table. Simply stash your paddles, balls and net in the handy drawer below and bring out the candlesticks when you’re ready to stop serving aces and start serving dinner.





If you’re more about beach volleyball than indoor sports, the Mon Oncle BBQ will be more your speed. Great for the deck, the beach, the woods or a camping trip, it tucks away in a carrying case that looks like it came straight out of a Wes Anderson movie.




If you’ll be entertaining extra guests over the holidays, check out RS Barcelona’s Sake Pouffes. With a design inspired by sake barrels, these little stools can serve as seats or ottomans.




Finally, RS Barcelona’s clever little Eiffel stools can be used indoors and out. With their Gustave Eiffel inspired structure, triangular seats and bright colors, they add a sense of play to any room.

Shop all of RS Barcelona at Design Public


Wednesday, October 21st, 2015

Hurry! Design Public Has Some Great Sales Wrapping Up Tomorrow

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We have a slew of great fall sales going on at Design Public and we want to make sure that you don’t miss them. You have until just midnight tomorrow, October 22, 2105, to scoop up fresh products from these lines and save.

Bend Goods. We haven’t seen wire so skillfully used in modern pieces since Bertoia. Bend Goods offers chairs, stools, pendant lights, coffee tables, even wire faux taxidermy.


The Bend Goods Lucy Counter Stool is an architect favorite: 10908_7f944aaa0dShop all Bend Goods


Eastvold. Eastvold furniture is beautifully made in the USA. With a penchant for fine walnut and fresh takes on mid-century modern style, Matt Eastvold’s designs are classics you’ll treasure for years.

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Innit Designs. These Acapulco chairs embody everything that was Rat Pack fab about Palm Springs and bring that same relaxing feeling a Mexican vacation would to your patio or deck. Or even your bedroom — why not?

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Pablo. Whether you need a sleek new floor lamp, a funky anglepoise lamp, or a chic pendant light, Pablo has a wonderful lamp for you. Photographed above are Pablo’s Tube Top Colored Table Lamps, which are an interior designer favorite.

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And don’t forget Vitra, which also ends tomorrow night. See this post for more Vitra temptations, like the iconic George Nelson Ball Clock seen here.

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Wednesday, September 23rd, 2015

Let Fall Engage All of Your Senses

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The days are getting shorter and crisper and the leaves are starting to change color. When we think of fall, we think of our how intensely our senses are engaged. The crunch of leaves under our feet, the aroma of hot cider, the nip in the air, the roar cheers erupting from the stadium down the road. Here are some of our favorite ways to engage our senses during this wonderful season.

We love to hear the crackle of an outdoor fire pit  while we enjoy its toasty warmth.



We want to inhale the Hygge in through our nostrils. Do you know about Hygge? In a nutshell, it’s Scandi-speak for cozy warm and welcoming. Feelings these candles have distilled into a scent. 9335__dp

We want to see the lovely reflections of candlelight. Our least favorite thing about fall is that our days get shorter and evening falls sooner. So we make the most of it by enjoying romantic candlelight. Sempli_INCBP_filled2.jpg

We want to taste ingredients we’ve infused into our hot toddies. It’s a great time of year for cinnamon, cherries and dare we say, pumpkin spice.


We want to feel the cozy warmth of alpaca wool when we’re snuggled up under a throw.

What’s your favorite thing about fall? Please let us know by leaving a comment.




Thursday, September 10th, 2015

Designer Spotlight: Meet Eva Solo’s Beautiful Designs

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Meet the beautiful and functional products of Eva Solo. The philosophy that drives design at the company is that “everywhere life is lived, we aim to create a more pleasurable experience – in the kitchen, the bathroom, the living room or the garden.” Here’s a tempting sampling of some of their innovative modern designs for everyday objects.Birdtable_standing_white_571029.jpg

This philosophy even applies to feeding the birds, where their Standing Bird Table is a piece of modern sculpture.


They also make life easier — their planters water themselves. There will be no more dried out basil plants in the kitchen. This is the Selfwatering Flowerpot.


They even make dieting and cooking easier — this digital scale is one you’ll want to leave out on the counter to keep you in check, with its colorful, minimalist design. Table_grill_white_571020.jpg

This fireproof porcelain Table Grill means you can grill your food right at the table, whether your at home, at the beach or out to the backyard.


No it’s not SunCountry or Bartles and James, the Staycool Wine Cooler is a stylish little jacket that will keep your rosé at the right temperature while jazzing it up in a cool outfit.SweepUp_530670.jpg

No broom closet is necessary for the sleek SweepUp Broom and Dustpan.

This is just the tip of the Eva Solo iceberg — we carry a wide array of their brilliantly designed cookware, kitchen utensils, serveware, china, glassware, teapots, jugs and much more. Eva Solo products make great housewarming, hostess and wedding gifts, and of course the best kind of gift, one for yourself.

So, what are you waiting for? Take a browse through all Eva Solo at Design Public


Monday, September 7th, 2015

5 Tips for Using Reclaimed Wood in Your Home

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Taken from old barns and other buildings, and even on site in some construction projects, reclaimed wood lends a rustic and warm cabin-like feel to any space around the home. One of the biggest benefits of “harvesting” wood from old structures is that you can often find lumber that’s no longer available, such as old-growth denser species and species like chestnut that no longer grow tall and mighty due to the blight. Here are some tips for using reclaimed wood in your home.


Keep bedding simple to put the focus on the reclaimed wood. This bedroom strikes just the right balance between modern and rustic, with its concrete floor, clean lines and weathered wood. (Room by Briggs Edward Solomon)

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Don’t be afraid to add color to a room with a wood accent wall. Chartreuse adds a great dash of color in this contemporary rustic bedroom. And we love the faux trophies — they add an playful touch. (wood and photo via Stikwood)

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Consider reclaimed wood in the bathroom. Annie from the blog Annie’s Blessed Nest did a lovely job on her powder room reclaimed wood accent wall.  And she’s been generous enough to share how you can do it to.



Look to smaller items that integrate reclaimed wood. Some products can add just the right dose of rustic reclaimed wood to your home. When curating our offerings, we were drawn to this table lamp because we love the contrast between the 100% recovered wood fiber base and the crisp white linen lampshade.

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Clean white is a great backdrop for reclaimed wood. It lets the wood stand out and become a focal point, but doesn’t let the rough quality overpower the room. This is an especially good way to go in a kitchen where you want things to look, feel and be sanitary.

Have you tried using reclaimed wood at home? If you’ve got any tips to share, please let us know in the comments.




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