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Design Sleuth: Tom Dixon Glass Knobs

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Design Sleuth: Tom Dixon Glass Knobs

April 21, 2015

Is there anything British designer Tom Dixon can’t design? We’re currently admiring his line of colorful pressed-glass coat hooks. 

Above: Photograph by Nik Epifanidis via Est Magazine.

Above: An installation of knobs via Kirsty Whyte, a UK designer who has worked with Dixon.

 

Above: The Glass Knobs are $65 for the small size (4.7 inches wide) and $115 for the larger size (9.7 inches wide) and come in blue, yellow, or lecko (a dark maroon shade) from Y Living.

See more Tom Dixon designs in our Shop section.

Go to Hooks & Hardware to peruse more of our finds, including:

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