Iconic design brand Kartell teamed up with bioplastic producer Bio-on for a “fully sustainable” iteration of their Componibili storage unit. This particular design (which has been available for 50+ years) is made from biomass constructed from agricultural waste that’s fermented by bacteria and turns into natural polyesters. It looks and feels like plastic. Available in yellow, pink, grey and green, this is the first ready-to-buy product made from the Bio-on-developed bioplastic.
With up to 16 hours of operation per charge (by way of a USB port), Artemide’s newest version of the Come Together Table lamp is lightweight, portable and efficient. Designed by Italian architect and entrepreneur Carlotta de Bevilacqua, the cylindrical, geometric device features a gradient pattern that functions to distribute the bright LED light. It comes in three colorways: white, aluminum or copper.
Crafted from wood and wicker, Wild In Bloom’s folding, reclining beach chair is as functional as it is stylish. Adjustable (from upright to laying flat), the floor-style seat means that whether you’re at a picnic or on the beach, sitting on the chair won’t mean you’re towering above everybody else. It collapses flat and is easily carried using the attached canvas strap—and at 11 pounds, it’s not too heavy.
Inspired by the lack of affordable, well-designed furniture, Dims. launched to fill a void. Addressing needs in his own home, founder Eugene Kim set out to tap designers for cornerstone pieces and to offer transparent pricing and sourcing. This Barbican Trolley, in “Wimbledon Green,” is modern, minimal and multi-functional. Whether placed in a kitchen for extra counter space or used as a roving cart at a party, it’s a well-designed and functional piece that’s available at an accessible price. Perhaps best of all, it comes pre-assembled.
Part of their new Chromesthesia series (made up of three scents), Ambrosia candle by Boy Smells entices with its distinct but subtle fragrance. The candle offers notes of mandarin peel, rosemary, galbanum, iris, hinkoki and vanilla—all the while avoiding being too zesty or citrusy. Made from a blend of food-grade coconut and beeswax, this candle offers 50+ hours of burn time. Like the others in the Chromesthesia line, the Ambrosia candle has been carefully designed and packaged according to its fragrance; the wax, vessel and box are all a sublime shade of lime.
Made in Japan, Snow Peak’s Take! chair is a six-pound, collapsible seat that’s easy to transport on all your summer adventures. Constructed from laminated bamboo and aluminum, it’s lightweight but still sturdy—and that goes for canvas seat covering too. Available in two sizes.
Handcrafted by Canadian studio Concrete Cat, this striking Lazy Susan is made from pigmented concrete and is available in lots of otherworldly colorways—our pick is this speckled blue iteration. Some 14 inches in diameter, each one is handmade, unique and a striking addition to the home.
Crafted from high-quality maple, this beautiful Sean Woolsey Studio shuffleboard table fits all game-night needs. It features a teak handrail and black marble inlay to mark all the game lines and numbers. Plus, with a base made from steel and a Sunbrella fabric cover, it can be placed outside—safe from all the elements. Available in three sizes, 10 different finishes and the option for custom gutters, it can be tailor-made to fit just about any style.
This natural soy candle from Homesick boasts top notes of cannabis, without being overpoweringly herbal. Rather, it’s balanced out with citrus, as well as earthy and lightly camphoraceous scents—thanks to bergamot, cedar, sandalwood, musk and patchouli. This hand-poured candle offers 60-80 hours of burn time.
With a sleek design and a touch of kitsch, the Smolder Triangle Box—made in collaboration by Jonathan Adler and Higher Standards—is an elegant stash box. With a lid that can double as a rolling tray, the dish itself can be used for storage or even as an ashtray thanks to raised edges. Crafted from a durable high-fired porcelain, it’s sturdy.
Part of Heath Ceramics limited edition summer 2019 collection, a beautiful single stem vase in the brand’s Pisces glaze. Each of the vases is unique, as they are hand-dipped in white clay slip and then spray-glazed—so the color line on each piece will be different. Just under seven inches tall, these vases are designed and handcrafted in Heath’s Sausalito studio.
Made in collaboration with Helsinki-based Antti Kalevi, Slowdown Studio’s “Flower Power” mini blanket is just the right size for kids. Super-soft, it’s made from recycled cotton yarns blended with polyester—so it’s comfy for babies and kinder to the planet. The bold and colorful design is part organic and part geometric—resulting in a design that will please children and adults alike.
From Danish designers Kasper Rønn and Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen, these minimal wire frames comes in three different sizes—with three different top options. The simple but dynamic base can be completed as an oil lamp, a planter or a marble tabletop. This outdoor sets also allows for customized arrangements (if you buy one of each).
Made for desks, window sills and other small spaces, the Hydropod by Brooklyn-based W&P is a five-piece hydroponic planter set made for at-home soil-free farming. The process leaves a significantly smaller footprint—using a nutrient water solvent as a food source. Made from plastic and frosted glass, the subtle design will offer a pop of color once your herbs start to bloom.
This multifunctional two-piece set is an elevated tool made for tokers. The silver barrel helps with rolling, while the rose-gold poker acts as a filter or packer. Sleek and compact, the two pieces fit together neatly and the set easily fits inside a pocket. Price is in Canadian dollars.
Handmade for 31 Bits by Madé—an artisan who specializes in hand-thrown ceramics and glazing—this vase has been glazed with actual sand from Bali beaches. Measuring just a few inches, a small posey will fit, but it works just as well on its own as a design piece. Because of their handmade nature, no two vases are exactly the same.