Clippings is made for everyone specifying great design – and indeed, our users have been busy with different projects on our platform this year. They browsed through the 15,000+ products from over 200 brand partners to create a perfect selection for their projects. We looked into the data to find out which furniture and lighting pieces were the most popular – here are the top 10 of 2022.
Lato LN8 Side Table by &Tradition
A beautiful companion to any seating area, the Lato Side Table is part of &tradition’s collection. The contrast between the slim metal and voluminous marble base gives the table character while it has a quiet presence overall. A design by Luca Nichetto, it’s made either with a white marble and ivory white tabletop or a red-brown marble with a black top.
Ruff Small Armchair by Moroso
With its curved back-cum-armrest hugging the fully upholstered seat, the Ruff armchair brings a dynamic vibe to any sofa area. Patricia Urquiola designed the compact piece with contract and hospitality projects in mind, and Italian brand Moroso took it into production in 2020.
Ambrosia Pendant Light by Marset
A perfect exercise in minimalism, the Ambrosia pendant lights are a design by Ciszak Dilmas studio, which is based in Madrid. Inspired by classic, functional tubular lamps, they came up with a modular lighting system ideal for hanging above counter desks or meeting tables. The metal frame comes in matt gold or black.
Insert Coffee Table by Ferm Living
This clever stack of geometrical wooden parts makes for a smart side table with sculptural qualities. Named Insert, it has become a classic in the collection of the Danish brand ferm Living, which offers it in black or natural ash.
Plinth Low Coffee Table by Menu
The material is the star of the Plinth coffee table by Menu. It’s made from solid marble that is carefully polished to accentuate the veins of the elegant stone, making it a sophisticated option to bring a natural texture into a commercial interior. Plinth can be specified in black, white, grey or rose marble.
Violin Dining Chair by Gubi
While the famous Beetle chair continues to be the star in Gubi’s chair offering, the Violin chair is on track to take over. Designed by GamFratesi, the same duo who came up with Beetle, it has a slimmer outline that’s defined by the elegant metal frame topped by a curved wooden backrest.
Insitu Modular Sofa by Muuto
With the In Situ modular sofa, Muuto presents a fresh take on Scandinavian comfort. Norwegian studio Anderssen & Voll designed the collection and placed voluminous upholstery elements on thin metal legs – ensuring that even constellations with many modus have a light appearance.
Palissade Cone Round Dining Table by Hay
The Palissade collection has become a favourite for outdoor areas. Designed by Erwan & Ronan Bouroullec for Hay, the Series also includes this metal dining table with a cone-shaped base and thin tabletop, continuing the graphic aesthetic of the series.
Arum Floor Lamp by Ferm Living
In a similar vein as the Lato side table mentioned above, the Arum floor light also balances a solid base with a thinner part on top. It’s produced by Ferm Living and comes in black or beige, with a matching base in either black marble or beige travertine.
Gear Coffee Table by NORR11
The Gear coffee table is inspired by Ancient Greek columns. Designers Kristian Sofus Hansen & Tommy Hyldahl translated the fluted lines found on antique stone columns into three textured legs supporting the round tabletop. The result: a sculptural, sleek design with a touch of craftsmanship as it’s hand-painted.