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June Top 5 with MarxModa's A&D Team

As the summer heat intensifies, we have curated a sensational collection of innovative and stylish products that are guaranteed to elevate your home, workspace, and beyond.

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As the sun shines brighter and the days grow longer, it's time to infuse your space with a touch of seasonal charm. From vibrant wall art to bright vases, these handpicked items are designed to transform your workspace into a summer paradise. Whether you're working from home or returning to the office, these products will bring a breath of fresh air and a burst of energy to your surroundings. Discover the perfect blend of style and functionality with our top picks for June, and let summer take center stage in your workspace!

Herman Miller Girard Bouquet

Designed by Alexander Girard

Forever joyful — Ranging from abstract designs to figurative pictograms, the colorful, bold, and playful Girard Environmental Enrichment Panels were first released in 1972. Now these modern wall hangings bring personality, warmth, and visual richness to any room.

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Vitra Eames Mini Elephant

Designed by Charles and Ray Eames

Diminutive Delight — A delightful object, this scaled-down version of the Eames Elephant makes a whimsical addition to any home or home office. Originally designed in molded plywood, the Eames Mini Elephant (1945) was developed in a colorful polypropylene sturdy enough for use indoors or out. This mini elephant accessory carries GS and CE safety certifications required for toys.

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Courant Catch Large

Designed by Courant

The Courant Catch, designed for wireless charging of smartphones and earbuds, can be placed wherever needed for quick powerups. It’s crafted of high-grade aluminum clad with fine pebble-grain Italian leather on top for a sleek look and nonslip pads on the bottom to prevent slippage. This catch is a recipient of the Red Dot Design Award and has been named one of Oprah’s Favorite Things...

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Herman Miller x HAY Eames Molded Plastic Armchair

Designed by Charles and Ray Eames, Mette and Rolf Hay

A classic reimagined — An experiment as much as an icon, the Eames Molded Shell Chair charts the Eameses’ fascination with emerging materials. Now, through a first-ever collaboration between Herman Miller and the Danish company HAY- This chair is now made with recycled plastic, and in six new colors. This chair continues to evolve.

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HAY Bottoms Up Vase

Designed by Ingrid Aspen

Norwegian furniture and product designer Ingrid Aspen combines her passion for working with color with precise glassblowing and metalworking techniques to produce distinct pieces. Her Bottoms Up Vase consists of a generous container resting upon a base with a similar inverted shape. When filled with flowers, it appears to float due to the negative space created by the base.

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