After a stint wholesaling homewares convinced Peter Bodum of the importance of industrial design, the Copenhagen native amassed a team of developers and engineers and gave them a mandate: Create everyday goods that are functional, affordable, and beautifully made. The company’s first product, the Pebo coffeemaker, debuted in 1958; based on a vacuum coffee-brewing system, it was an instant sensation throughout Europe. Bodum’s son Joergen took over the company in 1967, expanding the collection to include kitchen and tabletop offerings. Today Bodum creates everything from knives to toasters to the award-winning Assam teapot, remaining true to its mission of bringing good design to everyone.
Itching to brighten up your room? Put down the paintbrush, and pick up some accessories instead: they’re a great way to get color without a lot of commitment. This bold-hued selection (anchored by stunning glass vases and bowls) will instantly add energy to your space. For maximum impact, group items of different height and color together.
From coffee grinders to espresso makers, this sale will give your kitchen and everything in it — including you — a lift. You’re in good hands with benchmark Italian brands like De’Longhi, Gaggia, and MyPressi.
If you're like us — i.e., you don't allow anyone to speak to you until you've had your first two cups of coffee — then you'll love this sampler of rakish accessories for stylish caffeine lovers. Grinders, milk steamers, sexy cappuccino makers (leave it to the Italians to come up with a sports-car-red espresso machine). With benchmark brands here like Bodum, Gaggia, and DeLonghi, you know you're in good hands.
Clean silhouettes and arresting colors: that’s what you need to make a room pop. We've got plenty of Pop Art–inspired lounge pieces here, from retro lounge chairs in lime-green leather, to an ottoman woven from tomato-colored wire. There are plenty of accessories too (like bright resin roller skates, for one). Think big and small: even a hot pink Bodum coffee press or a replica of Andy Warhol’s iconic “Brillo Box” can transform a space.