Eye Print by Tiptoe Collective $15
London-based Tiptoe is an illustration collective formed by Mark White in 2008.
La Chasse | The Hunt
Warriors Pillow $88
There's a rich, masculine beauty to the decorative pillows from home décor brand La Chasse | The Hunt. Founder Wallis Suda, a textile artist by trade, divides her time between her native New York and Paris, which inspire her much of her designs. The silk-screened Warriors pillow adds a playful zest with its hunter motif while blending in nicely with almost any decor, thanks to its simple black-and-white color scheme.
Colt's Bolts $33
A long-time staple in the CH pantry, these are perhaps one of our all-time favorite confections. It's hard to beat the simple perfection of milk or dark chocolate, peanut butter and whole-roasted almonds.
2x2 Stripe Hat $60
All Knitwear is lovingly made by Annie Larson, a blogger and knit enthusiast, who operates on a made-to-order basis. It's a rarity to find a fashion label that truly stands out for originality and design, and even less common to find one that is made by the name behind the brand. Her 2x2 stripe hat is knitted from 100% ringspun cotton and comes with a handmade pom for extra zeal.
Lonely Lingerie $99
Founded in 2009, New Zealand label Lonely perfectly treads the line between sexy, romantic, modern and classic. While their entire collection is covetable, with cut-outs, velvet straps, lace and an impeccable eye for detail, the Sabel bra in black, deep green, electric blue—and soon in red and navy—is as comfortable as it is alluring.
The School of Life + Momiji Collective
Virtue Doll: Kindness $37
London-based The School of Life is "devoted to developing emotional intelligence," and this hand-painted resin figurine is a beautiful upshot of such altruistic thinking. Their "Kindness" virtue doll—created in collaboration with the designers behind Momiji Collective—is a physical reminder to spread joy and affection to all.
Witness Company USA
Magic Church Key $75
Witness Company—a Brooklyn-based jewelry label founded in 2013—aims to marry form and function through a range of solid brass and sterling silver accessories. This handmade keyring isn't just a sweet love heart, it's also a bottle opener complete with an all-seeing eye to ward off evil.
Tomato (Lycopersicon Esculentum) Candle $55
Called the "golden apple" in Italian, and "wolf peach" in scientific terms, the tomato comes in a beautiful array of vivid colors and is just as versatile in dishes. Carrière Frères, the oldest manufacturer of fine candles in France, have captured the fruit's delicate scent in their fine vegetable wax, free of any chemicals. The earthy, herbal aroma will effortlessly fill the living room with memories of that summer backyard garden.
Gravel & Gold Goods
Boob Tote $87
Gravel & Gold is a San Francisco-based shop of kitschy wonders that's serious about knowing (and supporting) the artists behind the wares they stock. Their in-house line G&G Goods is nothing to scoff at either. Bare it all with their hand-printed and -sewn canvas Boob Tote, which adds a little thrill to those routine activities, like the commute to work or venture to the grocery store. Details like an interior pocket and heavy red leather straps make the bag as high quality as it is provocative.
Ty D.I.Y. Shower Curtain $35
Already known as a place for inspiring deep thoughts, the bathroom can prompt even more creative thinking with Grain's DIY shower curtain. The non-toxic curtain comes with a refillable permanent marker made from post-consumer waste, and is ethically produced in the US' Pacific Northwest. All you need is imagination.
Ambre Bubble Bath $51
While many companies take to the modern ideal for a clean aesthetic, Côté Bastide's commitment to their Provençal roots is a refreshing reminder that winsome packing can still project a sense of simplicity. Just a dollop of their amber bubble bath will fill the air with fresh tinges of vanilla and rich, Old World antiquity.
Chilote House Shoes $79
Keep your feet warm in colder months with Chilote's naturally insulated house shoes, a pair of slippers that are as sustainable as they are cozy. Each is handmade by women in Chili with wool from free-range Patagonian sheep and upcycled salmon leather.
U-Lock Holster $34
Handmade by Montreal-based industrial designer Jesse Herbert, the vegetable-tanned leather U-Lock Holster keeps the cumbersome-but-necessary U-Lock neatly tied to the back of your bike while you ride carefree to your next destination.
Geometric Platter III $84
South African stylist Alexia Klompje's range of Geometric Platters add a sophisticated and artistic touch to serving. Each glazed porcelain platter is made by hand, and features a punch of gold lustre.
Upgrade your soil-dependent succulents to an air plant—the exotic-looking tillandsia only requires good air circulation, bright light and water to prosper. A stunning way to show them off is with the AirplantVessel, a sculptural vase that suspends the air plant and comes in wood, ceramic or powder coated steel in various sizes. The best part? With any purchase, the air plant is included.
Long Range Bluetooth Speaker Adaptor $70
Wirelessly stream music to any old speaker via your Bluetooth-enabled device with the BTSA1. The simple adaptor turns older stereos or docks into Bluetooth-ready systems, removing the need to physically tether. With an impressive range that's double that of traditional adapters, the BSTA1 allows you to roam your home without losing your connection.