This millennial-focused brand, founded by design industry veteran Jonathan Bass, is a newcomer to the direct-to-consumer landscape. The line offers a wide range of items for every room in your place, with an aim to be as transparent and sustainable as possible. Instead of working backwards to hit an unrealistically low price, they simply focused on building the best versions of what they wanted—from this cool, sloping chaise lounge to a handsome media console.
When it comes to sleek, minimal and functional design, who does it better than the Japanese? Yamazaki is considered the Ikea of Japan—but it seems cooler. And smarter. Founded as a family business more than 100 years ago, the brand's mission is to neatly declutter your home (and life) via thoughtfully-designed furnishings that don't cost a lot but are built to last.
Tower tiered rack,
This Stockholm-based design collective is creating smart, streamlined furniture and accessories by working with vanguard designers and renowned European manufacturers. The items are well-built and can adapt to different living spaces. Hem's Kumo sofa, for example, can also be used as a single armchair or configured into a sectional. What's more, the legs, arms and cushions all break down for easy moving.
Kumo modular sofa,