Dwell Magazine - The Store

Dwell Magazine has a new venture. Just in time for the holidays, the Dwell Store launched November 5th. It’s premise is to grant the design loving masses “easy access to a curated collection of designers in one convenient place”. While none of the offerings are original to the site, having everything collected together does make shopping more simple for collectors of modern design. Not necessarily great for the budget conscious, but certainly full of inspiration.

  • The Dwell Store 1 of 12

    Featuring a wide range of modern goods, the Dwell Store is well curated. 

    Click through to see my picks from the new site. 

  • Window Planter 2 of 12

    Carefully crafted of birch plywood, each box is cut at an angle to showcase the layers. 

    From the Dwell Store, $78. 

  • Chalkboard Table Set 3 of 12

    A fun addition for the playroom with enough design details for the living room. 

    Available in the Dwell Store soon, $500. 

  • Stitch Mirror 4 of 12

    Using cutting edge technology, the mirror is adhered to its backing with hemp thread. 

    From the Dwell Store, $1,200. 

  • Blossom Candlesticks 5 of 12

    Beautiful colors in modern form. 

    Available in the Dwell Store soon, $55 - $75. 

  • Dish Side Table 6 of 12

    Inspired by African stools, this side table was designed by Chelsea and James Minola of Grain.

    Available at the Dwell Store, $2000. 

  • Slab Serving Board 7 of 12

    Natural wood showcases the beautiful food for your holiday meals. 

    Available in the Dwell Store soon, $150. 

  • Oiva Teapot 8 of 12

    Designed by Sami Ruotsalainen for Marimekko, the Oiva teapot is sized for the perfect cuppa. 

    From the Dwell Store, $115. 

  • White Eames Hang It All 9 of 12

    I like the colorful version as well, but there's something about the all white that is very appealing. 

    Available soon at the Dwell Store, $200. 

  • Frame Bag 10 of 12

    Designed by Munich-based industrial designer Konstantin Grcic using industrial materials.

    Available from the Dwell Store, $300. 

  • ET66 11 of 12

    "When it originally debuted in 1987, Braun's iconic ET66 helped elevate the calculator to an everyday personal item."  It's still occasionally useful to have a calculator on your desk today. Why not make it an iconic design?

    From the Dwell Store, $50. 

  • WOW Speaker 12 of 12

    Finally, a speaker that self respecting modernists can live with. 

    From the Dwell Store, $75. 

• Nicole Balch writes daily about living a stylish life and transforming the so-so on her blog, Making it Lovely. Catch up with all of Nicole’s other Family Style posts right here on Babble.

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