Getting the chance to step inside a Frank Lloyd Wright-designed building is always a treat for architecture fans. It's even more exciting when one of his houses hits the market. But both of those opportunities don't come about as often. Luckily, there is a way to have a little Wright in your everyday life. The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation just debuted a 2020 collection of home and lifestyle products, one of the world's most prolific architects.
The new collection includes everything from room accents and tableware to outdoor sculptures, vases, and limited-edition luxury collectibles. The Edgar Lounge Chair (starting at $798), for example, was inspired by the Edgar Kaufmann House, also known as Fallingwater, a UNESCO World Heritage site. The customizable piece "uses elements of cantilever construction, organic wood slats, and the juxtaposition of varying geometries to present an alluring silhouette that breathes seamlessly into any space."
There's even furniture for children available for youngest design lovers. The Frank Lloyd Wright Playhouse Usonian Play Table and Chairs Set ($495) was inspired by a Usonian chair design and also features Wright's famous colorful graphic designs. "It's the perfect place for young architects to learn from Wright's virtual classroom," reads the description.
But, along with high-end pieces, the Foundation was also keen to offer more affordable options too. The Whirling Arrow table linens, adapted from a 1940s design, feature a Jacquard table runner for $64.95 and napkins for just $11.95 each.
"The dominant theme this season is the expansion to a broader array of home goods and new, more affordable price points in home furniture and furnishings consistent with Wright's idea to make well-designed homes available to everyone," the organization said in a release.
What's more, is every purchase supports the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation's mission to preserve Taliesin and Taliesin West for future generations.
Shop the entire collection at Shop.FrankLloydWright.org.