stuff we drool about

Toro Lounge Chair

In 1997, Blu Dot was established in Minneapolis by three college friends with a shared passion for art, architecture and design. Their goal is to bring good design to as many people as possible, collaborating to create modern home furnishings and accessories that are useful, affordable and exceedingly desirable. With their Toro Lounge Chair you will literally be hanging in style, its full grain leather sling held up by a natural beech wood frame provides the perfect seat for relaxing with a margarita in hand. Available in a variety of leather sling and wood frame combinations.

Also check out the Toro Ottoman, the perfect compliment to the Toro Lounge Chair.




toro-lounge-chair-2.jpg | Image

toro-lounge-chair-3.jpg | Image

toro-lounge-chair-4.jpg | Image

toro-lounge-chair-5.jpg | Image

BIKE SHELF | Image

BIKE SHELF

This is a very smart creation. Designer Chris Brigham, after a spell doing graphic design created is own furniture line called Knife & Saw. After noticing there´s a void when it comes to elegant bike management solutions, he decided to do something to fix this problem. The shelf is made from solid walnut wood and suspended by a solid steel square mount. You can showcase your bike and utilize the shelf for books....
read more
INFERNO COCOON HAMMOCK | Image

INFERNO COCOON HAMMOCK

Inferno Cocoon Hammock aims to give you the option of stretching out in your hammock even when you’re down to seriously cold temperatures. The guys at Sierra Madre used a special and effective nylon lining that acts as a thermal shield and enhances inside warmth. It consists of a TopQuilt and UnderQuilt that allow for heat to flow evenly while keeping the down insulation in place. It is also covered with a RDS 800 water repellant so rain and snow can’t get to you ei...
read more
POPUP LIGHTING | Image

POPUP LIGHTING

Designer Chen Bikovski of Popup Lighting, has created a collection of lamps inspired by children’s pop-up books. These modern light fixtures turn into animals when illuminated! A playful geometric twist on taxidermy that brings light and art to bare walls. The series of origami-inspired light fixtures come alive when they’re on, a deer head once illuminated reveals a pair of antlers, whilst a peacock projects a plume of feathers making it a wild wall ornament that w...
read more