Chemex Glass Water Kettle $75
Designer Peter Schlumbohm dreamt up this kettle design in 1944, after he designed the now classic Chemex container. The borosilicate glass is handblown and the stopper ensures steam escapes without heating the neck, allowing it to be gripped without burning the hand. Part of MOMA's permanent collection but now available to all. Dimensions: 13" x 8Â½"
Damiani/ Third Line
Monir Shahroudy Farmanfarmaian: Cosmic Geometry $70
Persian-born artist Monir Shahroudy Farmanfarmaian fled occupied Iran during World War II for NYC, and her luminous body of work reflects the lifelong journey. Damiani publishes a comprehensive retrospective of Farmanfarmaian's graphic work juxtaposing mirror mosaics of her native land with the modern geometry of her adopted city.
A Little Lark
Moon Pillow $48
Put the moon at your fingertips with this cushy, 22-inch replica of the fullest lunar phase in all its glory. The photographic print shows off the craters and the oh-so-mighty Sea of Tranquility in a comfy pillow handmade in Portland by A Little Lark's Christy Nyboer.
This Is Ground
Designer Mod $260
Designers—or, really, anyone who uses a variety of gadgets and doodads throughout the day—will live a life of stylish organization once the Mod by This is Ground lands in their hands. The handsome leather folio disguises a magnetic spine which allows for customization of pockets and straps to hold your erasers, rulers, notebooks or other essential tool.
Upcycled iMac Pet Bed $109
The '90s stay alive—for your animals at least—with this upcycled iMac pet bed. This isn't some nostalgic reproduction, this is the actual shell of a candy-colored computer hollowed out to make room for a cozy nook for a small dog or cat.
Tim Love for Sur La Table
Himalayan Salt Tequila Shot Glasses $40
No need to salt the rim when your glass is hand-carved from a single piece of pink Himalayan salt! Just add lime and enjoy!
Magpie and Rye
Stitched Black Cherry Vessel $120
Beauty lies in the natural irregularity of Magpie & Rye's oblong vessel made from foraged, hand-turned black cherry wood and stitched with copper wire. Even standing alone, the rustic piece makes a statement.
Duncan Shotton Design Studio
Colour O'Clock $38
There's something soothing about the idea of telling time by color, which is the stress-relieving promise Colour O'Clock makes. As the seconds, minutes and hours tick by, the minimalist white clock cycles through the color spectrum with an ever-changing dot.
Diamond Light $50
Sometimes it's the slightest hack to the norm that can have a profound effect on your sense of aesthetics. Case in point is Eric Therner's diamond light, which shifts the common light bulb silhouette ever so slightly to become something simply exquisite.
I Love to Kick Foosball Table $85
World Cup only comes once every four years, but you can the energy alive everyday with a competitive (or friendly) game of foosball. Kartoni's affordable cardboard table makes it easy—complete with a wooden ball, customizable players, cup holders and a smartphone speaker, this portable table is ready to go anytime and anywhere you want to play.
Baron Von Fancy
Screw Me Screwdriver $30
NYC-based artist Baron von Fancy has a way with words and his latest art edition is no exception. Created for his show “You’re My Drug of Choice,” his cheeky screwdriver marries form with function and is just the tool your home is missing.
Matt Austin Studio
Chalk Ware $25
They're mundane items sculpted in humble chalk, yet artist Matt Austin's Junk Drawer collection lends some kind of elegance to the miscellany that piles up around the house. Open tubes of lipstick, dice, screws and classic salt shakers in striking white provide a beautiful version of hodgepodge.
Charles and Ray Eames
Eames Lounge Chair and Ottoman, Ebony $5,789
A simple tweak in hue gives the already legendary Eames Lounge Chair and Ottoman a brilliant new attitude. Ebony veneer and supple black MCL leather make this design classic as stunning as it is comfortable.
Water Tower Kit $28
One of the most visible and beloved fixtures of the NYC city skyline has been condensed for at-home enjoyment in a charming little kit. Kids ages 6+ and, we suspect, many adults, will delight in recreating the iconic water tower as a tabletop cardboard sculpture. Pick from two sizes, mini or mega, and leave them blank and simple, or paint and tag as you wish.
Playing for the Benefit of the Band $65
Lee Friedlander's seminole 1992 monograph, "The Jazz People of New Orleans, Playing for the Benefit of the Band," has been re-released in an expanded edition available through Fraenkel Gallery. With more than 200 photographs in the new version, some published for the first time, the collection captures jazz greats and everyday players on their home turf, as well as the city's famed second line parades, between 1957 and 1982.
Jeroen van Leur
B Light $62
An iconic invention gets a counterintuitive nod from Dutch designer Jeroen van Leur with his B Light candle, a wax version of the classic lightbulb. Cast in natural beeswax, the B comes in a set of three.