These 6 Products Show That Modular Living Is Going Luxe
From wallpaper to lighting, versatile and high-style design reveals how modularity is cropping up in today’s residential interiors.
Talbot & Yoon Ghang Series
Table accessories bear a certain infectiousness, and this stoneware line from Red Hook, Brooklyn, is no exception: It can just as easily serve as an intuitive desk organizer or a handy container for smaller tchotchkes when deployed solo.
Deborah Bowness Wallpaper Collage
Full of character, Bowness’s buildable wallpaper adds pattern and cheeky faux architectural detail to a room.
With its transparent glass cylinders, which may be kept solitary or assembled into columns, Flos’s new fixture can go demure or monumental.
MA/U Studio R.I.G. Modules
Copenhagen-based MA/U Studio specializes in casework and shelving systems, with a clear focus on linearity and adaptability. The lightness and versatility of the R.I.G. collection mean its various applications are equally at home in living rooms, bathrooms, and closets.
These suspension lights from Spanish purveyor B.Lux are available with either one or two glass spheres, and in brass or black finishes. On its own, a module can easily illuminate a corner, but when used in a group, it can delineate space in sculptural, eye-catching installations.
Bolon x Missoni Home Fireworks
A carpet-tile collaboration between experts in flooring and knitwear, this collection can be installed in checkerboard or zigzag arrangements. This color-way brings a Candy Land aesthetic to residential interiors, though a range of palettes is available.
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