A Man's Home
It's clear that your home should reflect your personal style. That means outfitting your place in the same way that you dress—mixing individual pieces and styles that speak to your sensibilities. Herewith, a few recent picks from our editors.
Hortencia coffee table
A one-of-a-kind coffee table or bench made from old growth fir wood reclaimed from a Northern California railroad tunnel.
$250 by Fran Design Lab
Aluminum foto lamp
These oversized 20-inch pendants are one part industrial, one part vintage and incredibly easy to install.
$30 by Ikea
Schmidt Bros. cutlery
Affordable, well-made German steel knives, based on old world European techniques and crafted by industrial design brothers Jordan and Jared Schmidt.
From $10, at West Elm
First aid box
Whether you use this as a make-shift medicine cabinet or a wall-mounted first aid kit, this space-saver mixes a slick grown-up design with childhood memories.
$23 by Kikkerland
Foot soldier blanket
These wool military blankets, made by a mill that's been crafting them since 1825, are perfect on the end of a bed, folded on the back of a chair or just rumpled on the couch.
Faribault Woolen Mills
Pour over coffee machine
This handsome and compact machine makes coffee the right way, with little waste and keeps your brew piping hot in an insulated thermos.
$250 by Bodum
It's rare to find something as aesthetically pleasing as it is educational. Affordable too.
$40 by Schoolhouse Electric