Trend We Love: Open Cubes

Geometric designs of the 3-D variety take cubism to a whole new level

Clockwise from top left: Kubus bowls in small by By Lassen: $175 each, Horne; Noel pendant: $1050, Arteriors; The Cube tables: $326 each, Kristina Dam; POV wall candleholder in copper by Note: $50, Menu; mug by Ben Medansky for Poketo: $60, Poketo; Thin Frame lounge chair: starting at $1,485, Lawson-Fenning; Gliese coffee table: $4,995, Iacoli & McAllister
Clockwise from top left: Kubus bowls in small by By Lassen: $175 each, Horne; Noel pendant: $1050, Arteriors; The Cube tables: $326 each, Kristina Dam; POV wall candleholder in copper by Note: $50, Menu; mug by Ben Medansky for Poketo: $60, Poketo; Thin Frame lounge chair: starting at $1,485, Lawson-Fenning; Gliese coffee table: $4,995, Iacoli & McAllister

Geometric designs—in the form of the open cube—have taken the design world by storm. To give you an example of the breadth of this trend,  you could sip coffee out of a mug with a cube handle while sitting on a cube-inspired lounge chair in front of your glass-top coffee table that's resting on—you guessed it—a cube. How are you bringing this trend home? 

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