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Bauhaus BasicsGet minimalist with Wilhelm Wagenfeld
Tall windows flood the room with moonlight and fresh air.
Even though it’s a muggy night, your space feels bright and breezy. Thanks to minimalist décor designed by Germany’s Wilhelm Wagenfeld, who trained and taught at the Bauhaus. His specialty was glass and metal works, from barely-there tea sets to typewriters and table lamps. His guiding principle? Making housewares “cheap enough for the worker and good enough for the rich.” Discover Wagenfeld’s toned-down treasures in this beautiful Bauhaus collection.
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