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Hello Friends!

After four exciting years of building Good Thing, we will be passing the torch to the very talented people at West Elm to be our exclusive retailer. Starting this year, the Good Thing collection will be available at West Elm stores and online.

Good Thing founder Jamie Wolfond will be working with West Elm’s creative team to develop new products with our growing roster of designers with new product introduced seasonally exclusively with West Elm.

Jamie will also be ramping up operations at Jamie Wolfond Studio, which will design products for and consult with brands, interior design firms, and private clients.

Follow Jamie’s work @jamiewolfond, and West Elm @westelm, or subscribe below and we’ll send you updates from time to time.

Looking forward,
Team Good Thing

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Good Thing, Lily Table, Gray

Lily Table

Regular price

$ 240

The Lily Table is a lightweight indoor/outdoor aluminum side table that owes its familiar shape to a unique sideways stacking method, making the pieces easy to access and move, even when stacked. With its cantilevered silhouette, The Lily Table can be pulled up to a sofa or lounge chair as the perfect mobile work or snack station.

DESIGNER Ben Kicic and Jamie Wolfond
MATERIAL Powder Coated Aluminum, Plastic
DIMENSIONS Diameter 17.75", Height 25"
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Ben Kicic

Ben Kicic

Born in Sarajevo and raised in New England, Ben Kicic is a furniture and product designer based in New York City. Ben's work falls somewhere between designed product and art object. He believes that design should be functionally minded while still aware of its cultural and visual semiotics.

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Jamie Wolfond

Jamie Wolfond

Jamie Wolfond is a NY-based designer originally from Toronto. He is curious about materials, patterns, colours, simple physics and manufacturing systems. He believes that the relationship between a designer, manufacturer and consumer needs to be evolving constantly. He founded Good Thing in 2014.

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