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Since 1949, Kartell has been known for its commitment to high-quality modern design with an abundance of Italian personality. Ordinary materials like aluminum and plastic are transformed into extraordinary creations, and there are plenty of examples here. You’ll find elegant renditions of home-office essentials — something the company’s known for — like the bright red six-shelf storage unit and sculptural Maui chair (both on wheels). We also love the multi-purpose seating (especially the Ghost stool, designed by Philippe Starck) and deftly reimagined accessories, from coat hooks to vases.

Past Sales Featuring Kartell & more

Sale Ended November 04, 2013

Try This Trend: Pattern Play

Redefine a room with these offerings — furnishings and art — that are all about mood-lifting, eye-catching prints. Don't be afraid to mix and match prints — in fact, we encourage it.

Sale Ended May 09, 2013

Fresh Prints: Julie Brown Furnishings & Accents

Bold, bright fabrics are the perfect complement to the classic, uncluttered lines of these oh-so-summery chairs, ottomans, accents, and more by Julie Brown. We love their sunny, breezy aesthetic.

Sale Ended September 17, 2012

Noir Exclusive: Kartell

Since 1949, Kartell has been known for its commitment to high-quality modern design that has an abundance of personality. Ordinary materials like aluminum and plastic are transformed into extraordinary creations. We especially love the sofas — our favorite is the Pop, with its light, transparent frame and generous, comfy cushions. You’ll find elegant renditions of home-office essentials here, too, (something the company’s known for), from a deep blue four-shelf storage unit to the sculptural Spoon chair. And Noir members get 10 percent off every item in the sale.

Sale Ended July 19, 2013

Decades Design: '60s Pop

‘60s style was mod and colorful, with plenty of flower power that reflected the counterculture spirit of the era when the Age of Aquarius dawned and peace and love were oft-spoken ideals. The furnishings and accents in this sale are a mix of contrast of pared-down designs that reflect the pervasive influence of midcentury modernism (made just a little quirkier for the Woodstock decade), and colorful pieces with a more florid, bohemian look. After all, no matter what the decade, the art’s always in the mix.

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