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Boy, Hillary’s State Dept security detail really hated her

"It was difficult to find senior agents willing to work for her.” The post Boy, Hillary’s State Dept security detail really hated her appeared first on Hot Air.
Why Wait a Month for a Sofa That’s Not Even What You Wanted?

Why Wait a Month for a Sofa That’s Not Even What You Wanted?

Edgar Blazona, founder of BenchMade Modern, one of several new furniture companies courting customers, increasingly millennials.
Why Wait a Month for a Sofa That’s Not Even What You Wanted?

Why Wait a Month for a Sofa That’s Not Even What You Wanted?

Edgar Blazona, founder of BenchMade Modern, one of several new furniture companies courting customers, increasingly millennials.
Advertising: Ikea Strategy Ditches the Dream Home for the Daily Grind

Advertising: Ikea Strategy Ditches the Dream Home for the Daily Grind

Ikea’s new campaign is intended to show “real people in real living situations that anyone could relate to,” says Leslie Stone, director of strategic services at Ogilvy & Mather, Ikea’s agency
Why Rachael Ray Cooked Up a Batch of Home Furnishings She Actually Designed Herself

Why Rachael Ray Cooked Up a Batch of Home Furnishings She Actually Designed Herself

Ten hours into one of her 19-hour days, Rachael Ray has just wrapped up a late-afternoon taping of the syndicated cooking show that bears her name. For the last hour, she has calmly presided over a

My New Old Chair: Artist “Fixes” Broken Wood Furniture with Opposing Materials

As part of her ongoing series titled My Old New Chair, visual artist Tatiane Freitas repairs broken wood furniture by replacing the missing pieces with translucent acrylic. Much like the Japanese
Ad of the Day: Ikea Touchingly Explores the Moment a Father-Daughter Bond Breaks Down

Ad of the Day: Ikea Touchingly Explores the Moment a Father-Daughter Bond Breaks Down

In Ikea Sweden's latest spot, "A Good Listener," a familiar family drama unfurls. You don't get all the details, but you know the code: A teenage daughter, increasingly agitated for mysterious

An Oversized Woven Chair by Veega Tankun

Although London-based designer Veega Tankun has only just graduated from the University of Brighton, she clearly possesses a strong sense of aesthetic and understanding of materials as evidenced in

Full Grown: Trees Grown into Furniture and Art Objects

The most common way of producing wooden furniture is fairly straightforward: grow the proper trees for a few decades, chop ’em down, cut them into smaller pieces and assemble the pieces into a chair.
Jens Risom, Modernist Designer Whose Furniture Still Has Legs, Dies at 100

Jens Risom, Modernist Designer Whose Furniture Still Has Legs, Dies at 100

Jens Risom, a Danish-American furniture designer, at a reception in London in 1961.
Jens Risom, Modernist Designer Whose Furniture Still Has Legs, Dies at 100

Jens Risom, Modernist Designer Whose Furniture Still Has Legs, Dies at 100

Jens Risom, a Danish-American furniture designer, at a reception in London in 1961.
Sleep Number 360 tries to make the case for smarter beds

Sleep Number 360 tries to make the case for smarter beds

Sleep is perhaps both the most undervalued and, at the same time, overrated aspects of our biological lives. We use technology day in and day out to improve our food intake, our activities, and
You Can Embrace Green Building Without Breaking the Bank

You Can Embrace Green Building Without Breaking the Bank

Tenants can affect real change by making the most of existing spaces. Smart retrofits could be as simple as installing energy-efficient lighting and upgrading to functional furniture solutions.
IKEA's 'Open Platform' Embraces Furniture Hacking

IKEA's 'Open Platform' Embraces Furniture Hacking

Dubbed 'Delaktig,' the new range of modular goods is expected to launch in 2018.
New Collections by Tom Chung & Knauf and Brown

New Collections by Tom Chung & Knauf and Brown

Tom Chung Our friends Toronto-based designer Tom Chung and Vancouver-based duo Calen Knauf and Conrad Brown (aka Knauf & Brown) are both showcasing new collections at this year’s Stockholm Light
Clutch Chairz Throttle Review: The Sports Car Of Supersized Gaming Chairs

Clutch Chairz Throttle Review: The Sports Car Of Supersized Gaming Chairs

Just because you are a bigger-than-normal person doesn’t mean you can’t get a gaming chair that looks and feels like you salvaged it from a wrecked race car. Clutch Chairz’ Throttle gaming chair is

Unique Stool Design Utilizes Offcut Wood Combined With Resin to Eliminate Construction Waste

Seeking a way to reduce waste as part of their industrial design practice, South Korean design studio HATTERN conceived of a hybrid resin and wood seating concept called Zero Per Stool. As part of the
maarten baas presents close parity furniture collection from extruded sketches

maarten baas presents close parity furniture collection from extruded sketches

using only brass, maarten baas completes a series of large impossibly standing cabinet pieces derived from sketches into the three-dimensional world. The post maarten baas presents close parity
Itineraries: Familiar Names at the Store Want You to Stay With Them, Too

Itineraries: Familiar Names at the Store Want You to Stay With Them, Too

A prototype West Elm hotel room. West Elm, the furniture and accessories retailer, plans to open hotels in five cities beginning next year.
Designer Tom Dixon Unveils His ‘Secret’ Project With Ikea

Designer Tom Dixon Unveils His ‘Secret’ Project With Ikea

The designer Tom Dixon at the Parsons School of Design in New York.