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Cast iron bowl, anyone? The little looped handle makes it feel fun, while the heftiness will make sure it stays put.
Uh, brightly colored coasters that form a heart-shaped trivet? Adding to my cart, pronto. Keep a few around to keep your cold/hot drinks from ruining your furniture, and gather them together when you’ve got a hot pot or kettle on the table.
Who needs an extra blanket? The Brick Blanket by Thing Industries will keep you and your loved ones warm, as it’s made from 100% wool with hand blanket stitching at the edges.
I think this power strip is almost identical to the JolyJoy Flexible Power Strip on Amazon, except for this version looks like it has one less regular outlet and one more USB port.
This Arid Umbrella Stand uses the inherent properties of terracotta clay to wick away moisture. Smart, right?
If you like a subtle gradations of pastel hues, you’re going to love the Aurora Wall Planner. The poster-sized pages all display lovely colors fading into each other with open-dated months, so you can start your planning at any point during the year.
– Heatherwick Studio’s Friction table expands to adapt to different spaces – Splatter Napkin – A Young Architect’s Bed-Stuy Townhouse Makeover – DIY – Design lamp – Studio Ben Allen inserts pale plywood children’s bedroom into Barbican flat – Book Sculptures (do you ever tire of seeing them?
Every so often, do you wish you had a nice pen and pencil case? I know I do. This one from Sonnenleder caught the eye, as it has elastic straps to keep up to 8 writing implements neatly organized.
This Paper Display by Jamie Wolfond & Sam Anderson (and available from good thing) simply acts as a curved base to provide papers to stand.
Here’s something to get excited about… Jasper Morrison has taken the character of the archetypal wooden chair used in Europe for decades and updated its appearance by making it entirely out of plastic.
Maybe you caught a glimpse of the Stone Fruit Bowls by Chen Chen and Kai Williams, but did you know there’s now a smaller, set-of-2 bowls to round out your collection?
It won’t hurt one bit to tidy up, especially if you have the Andreé Jardin Mini Brush and Dustpan Set.
Talk about utilitarian containers, can you get any more robust than stainless steel? These Japanese Steel Containers from HAY will have your food storage needs covered, as stainless steel is ideal for storing and cooling food.
Who else wants their future home to be made entirely from marble scraps? Until we can afford such splendor, perhaps we’ll splurge on a Cut Out Platter from Other Kingdom.
Remember the Dymaxion Folding Globe? Well, you can now get a quilt version to keep you and your loved ones warm this winter.
How cool is this Surface Speaker by Room One? Chances are some visitors will mistake it for an art sculpture, which isn’t a bad thing, considering the world of speakers.
These are paper paper clips, so feel free to write notes directly on their top tabs. You could use them instead of staples or as mini bookmarks, perhaps?
– Nirvana Rug “Conceived as a sculptural meditation rug, it becomes a metaphorical journey of transcendence as the pile’s length increases from bottom to top, becoming the ‘steps to nirvana’.” – Is Good Taste Teachable?
How about rethinking the lunch bag? The Mighty Stash Pack is compact, expandable, and easy to clean. Sounds great, right?
So, it turns out there are other smoke alarms (other than the Nest) that aren’t visually offensive. Case in point, the Kapu*: it’s a photoelectric smoke alarm.