These copper edged glass terrariums crafted by a designer duo from Ichikawa, Japan exhibit the beauty of the entire plant. With one compartment to hold the water and another to suspend the plant, this unique vase allows you to observe both the succulent and its intricate root system thrive and grow.
Founded by two former UN Refugee agents, Alice + Whittles takes unprecedented action toward ensuring their products are sustainably and ethically made. Their new line of rubber boots combines the functional minimalism of Swiss design with rubber that comes from an environmentally responsible, socially beneficial, economically viable, sustainably managed forest. Try to find a current pair of shoes in your closet that can match that.
For troublemakers everywhere, this slingshot enamel pin—designed in Toronto is perfect for recognizing rascals at a glance. Buy one for yourself, and one for your favorite partner in crime.
When Dutch designer Piet Hein Eek—who is fond of using scrap material in his works—came across a former tie factory in Milan, he discovered a large trove of unused silk necktie fabrics. In a collaboration with textile designer Borre Akkersdijk, he's given the material a second life: as one of a kind silk quilts that boast stimulating patterns and colors.
The humble doormat is part of the first impression when entering a home—so make a lively welcoming statement with this multi-colored floor mat woven from sturdy abacus, a natural fiber. NYC-based Icelandic designer Hlynur Atlason depicts an abstract birds-eye view of backyards and swimming pools.
South African photographer Pieter Hugo has released "Kin," a stunning book of images that are deeply personal; featuring photos of friends, family members and of himself in the backdrop of his native country—"a place defined by centuries of political, cultural, and racial tensions and contradictions." Limited to 500 copies, this slip-cased edition gives the 164 pages of striking portraits a worthy home.
Any traveller worth their stamps knows the importance of keeping the non-negotiable essentials organized. Passports, cash, identification, business cards and tickets all warrant their own designated storage spot. Best Made Co's Bonded Field Case keeps all these necessary items neatly in order so they don't fall into the abyss of your pack. Designed with heavy use in mind, the water-resistant bonded canvas case features a heavy brass zipper and multiple folio pockets. Perfect for the observant traveller, the case includes one of Best Made Co's Red Notebooks and a set of their pencils for note-taking on the road.
Chaparral Studios' rocks look pretty plain and straightforward at first glance, but they have a hidden secret. With the help of a hammer and a little elbow grease, one-of-a-kind magical sparkles await the beholder. Tear-inducing metaphor not included.
Made in Adelaide (where shrimps are prawns) this 100% silk crepe de chine scarf boasts a bright and playful design—a prawn cocktail with all the trimmings. The digitally printed piece has hand-rolled edges and has been made in a limited edition as part of White's "Straya Daze" collection, celebrating her homeland.
Drawing on premium materials and the latest waterproof construction techniques, the Waterproof Duffle from UK-based cold-water surf company Finisterre is built to last. The 40-liter capacity bag offers enough space for weekend getwaways and works as a carryon for easy travel. A burly waterproof zipper creates an air-tight seal, meaning the bag can literally be thrown into the open ocean and contents will remain bone dry. Plus the carry straps easily convert to backpack straps, making this one bag that is not only durable but versatile.
Perfect for Valentine's Day—or any day—this poster is hand-screenprinted (using acrylic paint) on 300gsm Montvaal paper. Made in an edition of just 25, the print is a sweet way to really put on display how special you think your partner, brother, cousin, buddy or pet really is.
Danish architect Arne Jacobsen left his legacy behind in structures large (such as the SAS Royal Hotel) and small (his Ant, Egg and Swan chairs), but he went even smaller when he created original typography for Aarhus City Hall in 1937. Danish company Design Letters received permission to paint his clean Bauhaus-inspired strokes onto plates, pencils and more. This set of espresso cups also double as tea-light holders.
The new limited edition offering from Bamford Watch Department literally says "I Love You"—inscribed in the language of your choice. This red and black unisex watch has hearts as hour markers, the signature Milgauss lightning bolt as the minute hand and has been treated with military-grade titanium coating to keep it all protected.
Whether you recognize this as a Grey's Anatomy quote (their version of "carpe diem," so to speak) or not, these pair of cushions ($166) are a surefire attention-grabber as they are a daily reminder to live life to the fullest. The letters are individually cut and appliqued by this Etsy shop owner, and are available in different colors—so your mantra doesn't have to clash with the decor.
The Pencil stylus is a masterpiece in engineering and design, allowing users to draw, erase, blend and more for an intuitive drawing experience on touchscreen devices. Its newest rendition for 2015 is an eye-catching gold version that pairs beautifully with gold-finished iPads.
New York-based designer Sehti Na makes jewelry that blends tradition with something very contemporary and unique. These stunning, versatile earrings are available in sterling silver, rose, yellow or white gold and boast a 2.5mm natural white pearl and a 2mm white diamond. The conical shape means that they can be worn in a variety of ways: as a slight drop or ear cuff, depending on the angle.