Ultimate Ears Boom $200
Ultimate Ears Boom brings a blast of 360˚sound wherever you may go—even the shower. The portable, Bluetooth-enabled speaker allows two devices to connect at the same time, letting music hogs take turns controlling the groove without interrupting the vibe. Available in a range of colors, the small speaker packs 15 hours of battery life, wireless use from up to 50 feet away and the ability to sync with your smartphone’s morning alarm.
Perpetual Calendar $120
Counting the days until your next well-deserved vacation is decidedly more fun with Fruitsuper Design's Perpetual Calendar. The handcrafted solid maple structure is accented by porcelain time-keeping beads which indicate the month, day and date. Form and function happily meet in this elegant desktop accessory.
Death at Sea
The Handpoker $120
Brooklyn studio Death at Sea turns to a time-honored craft for its latest 3D-printed offering, with the Handpoker—a tool for stick-and-poke tattoos. The palm-sized, stainless steel Handpoker is fueled by designer Matt Cavanaugh's background in architecture and industrial design, and comes in matte, polished gold or polished nickel.
Arch Brass Hoop Earrings $170
Erin Considine's signature Arch Brass Hoop Earrings convey strength and beauty in an unconventional, architectural silhouette. The weathered brass and wire hoops feel simultaneously minimalist and dramatic.
2 Plate Multidish $182
Maxime Ansiau has squashed the conventions of traditional Delftware in the most graceful way. Her Multidish available at Seletti depicts classic Dutch scenery like countryscapes dotted with windmills on plates linked together in rows of two or more with new functional and decorative implications.
Yellow Leaf Hammocks
Vineyard Haven Hammock $179
For the serious lounger, slip into one of these high-quality hammocks, handwoven by artisans in rural northern Thailand using yarn that's as soft as cashmere—which also repels mildew and mold, is fade-proof and guaranteed to not fall apart—meaning, it's meant to last. Know that your afternoon nap will make an impact: Yellow Leaf is a social entreprise dedicated to fostering sustainable economic development for its weavers and their families.
God Save The Bike $135
A passion for cycling, art produced in limited editions—it's all been done before, right? Not quite like 100copies. The God Save the Bike print depicts London's Tower Bridge—rendered in ink by actual bicycle tires.
Wrapped Double Curve Necklace $200
There's something simultaneously delicate, sweet and sturdy about Pigeon Toe's Double Curve Necklace. Two swooped tubes of porcelain are wrapped with yarn and clamped with a brass rivet. The leather cord comes in mint, but you can choose the color combination for the yarn.
Speedometer Official Bezel Bracelet $214
Inspired by the bezels found on Rolex's iconic Oyster Perpetual series of watches, Speedmaster Official's unisex bracelets are made in Italy from marine-grade stainless steel in a range of colors.
Right Hand Charm Bracelet $245
A cheeky take on a classic charm bracelet lends a sinister elegance to costume designer Gillian Steinhardt's Right Hand Charm Bracelet. Or perhaps it's just a nod to the idea of an old reliable, but either way, the piece will start more conversations than a pile of icy diamonds.
Maslin & Co
Zebra Towel $225
Ditch the threadbare Technicolor rags lying around the linen closet and invest in a sophisticated zebra hide beach towel from Maslin & Co. Complete with its own leather carrying strap, this is an accessory to show fellow beachgoers you mean business with your seaside spread.
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.
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.
Brass Hair Combs $130
Wsake hair combs put a sleek and modern spin on an old-fashioned ladies' vanity mainstay. The brass picks come in charming shapes like Looking Guy, Tulip, Square and Lace, and with time the patina will darken to a golden brown color.
Tac + Bjarke Ingels Group
Big Cities Tableware $14+
At first glance they look like simple porcelain pieces, but the TAC BIG Cities tableware comes lined with delicately etched renderings of the familiar skylines of London, Moscow, Istanbul and more. The blue on white color scheme pays very subtle homage to traditional blue-fluted Danish ceramics of Copenhagen-based Bjarke Ingels Group's home country.
Nic Annette Miller
Mary's Grizzly Bear Head Woodcut Sculpture Print $150
The mighty grizzly lends some rustic ferocity to your wall when hung as a woodcut sculpture print. Since each one is handmade, they vary in size, but each life-size grizzly averages about 16" wide and 25" high.