Dwell on Design L.A. 2014
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Dwell on Design L.A. 2014

Semihandmade-designed cabinet door featuring Plyboo bamboo panels faces an IKEA cabinet. www.plyboo.com and www.semihandmadedoors.com (Cheryl A. Guerrero / Los Angeles Times)
L.A.-based Soundfreaq’s Sound Rise Bluetooth bedroom speaker, alarm clock and phone charger has a vertical design to take up minimal space on the nightstand. $79.99. www.soundfreaq.com  (Cheryl A. Guerrero / Los Angeles Times)
Irvine-based Cerno debuted four new lights at Dwell on Design, including the standing Fonz floor lamp. www.cernogroup.com (Cheryl A. Guerrero / Los Angeles Times)
Eduardo Reynoso, left, tries out Sitskie’s Block bench ($5,450) and Diana Solis sits in the Block arm chair ($4,200). The pieces from L.A. designer Adam Friedman’s studio are made from black walnut blocks on foam cushioning. www.sitskie.com (Cheryl A. Guerrero / Los Angeles Times)
Sara Hall works the Sunbrella booth, where the company’s Icon collection fabrics are on display. The collection updates vintage colors and patterns from the company’s 1960s and ‘70s lines. www.sunbrella.com/en_us (Cheryl A. Guerrero / Los Angeles Times)
The Geo tomato cage from Terra Trellis. $169. www.terratrellis.com (Cheryl Guerrero)
The copper Lucy chair, left, and aqua low-backed counter stool, second from left, from Los Angeles-based Bend, will debut in the fall. www.bendgoods.com (Cheryl A. Guerrero / Los Angeles Times)
Kalamazoo Outdoor Gourmet’s new K750 Gaucho Grill is a wood-fired grill with a spoked wheel for lowering and raising the rack. It’s designed for Argentinian- and Santa Maria-style barbecue and features a gas starter system. $17,495-$21,195. kalamazoogourmet.com (Cheryl A. Guerrero / Los Angeles Times)
Bikes were popular at Dwell on Design this year. Here, New York-based Martone Cycling’s monochromatic bikes for men and women starting at $1,100. New hybrid electrical bikes begin at $2,900. www.martonecycling.com (Cheryl A. Guerrero / Los Angeles Times)
Dale Domingo, left, speaks with customers Erika Bruder and Jim Banks about Victoria + Albert Bath’s Elwick tub. The freestanding tub has a pedestal base and is made of volcanic limestone and resin. vandabaths.com/us/americas (Cheryl A. Guerrero / Los Angeles Times)
Miele displayed its new Generation 6000 series of appliances in two design styles -- PureLine and ContourLine -- and including convection ovens, speed ovens, steam ovens, combi-steam ovens, coffee systems, microwave ovens and gourmet warming drawers. www.mieleusa.com (Cheryl A. Guerrero)
The Annabel Tipi Trellis, from Los Angeles-based Terra Trellis, comes in seven powder-coated steel finishes. $1,359. www.terratrellis.com (Cheryl A. Guerrero / Los Angeles Times)
A detail of Rookwood Pottery Co.'s new Turkish Delight ceramic tile. The new line is available in more than 100 colors. www.rookwood.com/shop (Cheryl A. Guerrero / Los Angeles Times)
Modpod ceramic bird feeders by ceramic artist Heather Rosenman were on display at the Potted Booth at Dwell on Design. $125. www.pottedstore.com (Cheryl A. Guerrero / Los Angeles Times)
Antje Villari, left, and Beau Matthews try out Loll’s Lollygagger furniture. The Lollygagger collection, with lounge chair, chaise and sofa, is Loll’s first line with cushions. Starting at $440. www.lolldesigns.com  (Cheryl A. Guerrero / Los Angeles Times)
The new Barnacles aluminum planters from Shades of Green Landscape Architecture start at about $30 and will debut in the next few months. The planters can fit together to form a living wall. www.shadesofgreenla.com (Cheryl A. Guerrero / Los Angeles Times)
Midcentury-style Square side tables are by the Bungalow House, based in El Segundo. $1,150. www.the-bungalow-house.com (Cheryl A. Guerrero / Los Angeles Times)
Toto USA’s top-of-the-line Neorest 700H features eWater+ to disinfect the bowl, an aerated spray and warm-air dryer, automatic lid open and close, remote control and hands-free flushing. $6,500. www.totousa.com (Cheryl A. Guerrero / Los Angeles Times)
Visitors check out the annual Dwell on Design L.A. show, which took place at the Los Angeles Convention Center on June 20-22, 2014.  (Cheryl A. Guerrero / Los Angeles Times)