Made in Portugal, this Oversized Bath Sheet stems from a limited edition collaboration between French fashion brand Jacquemus and Copenhagen-based textiles company Tekla. With contrasting brown and blue striped color schemes on 100% organic heavyweight cotton, the towel looks striking while feeling plush, warm and absorbent.
Composed of rounded peaks and valleys, Ferm Living’s Stala Candle has a soft and organic form that morphs into endless silhouettes as it melts. Measuring around 24cm in length and 15cm wide, the wax candle is both elegant and genial.
Made in collaboration with Luis Alberto, The Door Amulet from Sage & Salt uses the evil eye symbol to bless the home and all who enter. Handcrafted with inlaid quartz, lapis and obsidian, the brass amulet is delicate, mystical decor and a way to thoughtfully set intentions for a space.
Handcrafted in the south of France, the “Wall Vase” by designer Lola Mayeras is soft and sophisticated. Featuring rounded, familiar forms and a beige glaze, the earthenware’s flat backside means it can hang flush with the wall—or rest on its side or back for a touch of whimsy. Price is in Euros.
Designed by Studiopepe for Contardi Italia, the Stick collection comprises textured, architectural lights that are at once sharp and soft. The Double LED Wall Sconce incorporates metal panels (in either satin golden nickel or satin copper) and ribbed plexiglass to create a contrasting prism and soft, ambient lighting. Concealing its screws and hardware, the fixture is elevated, sophisticated and functional.
Massimo and Lella Vignelli’s iconic Rainbow Stacking Dinnerware was originally manufactured in 1964 in Italy, later launched in the US by Heller circa 1971. The collection comprises jaunty, bright pieces for casual meals. Made from melamine, the pieces are timeless with a tinge of kitsch. The reissued collection is available in sets of six bowls, dinner plates, salad plates and mugs.
From beloved California-based pottery studio Heath Ceramics (founded in 1948), the Bud Vase is one of Edith Heath’s classic designs from the 1980s. Measuring about four inches tall and three inches in diameter, the smooth vessel feels crafted by nature, and is available in different colors, patterns and glazes.
From Brooklyn-based bathroom accessories brand Quiet Town, the Orient Jelly Shoe is a bright dual-toned shower curtain named after the Long Island town of Orient, located at the easternmost point of New York’s North Fork. Constructed in the US from durable 100% cotton canvas, the curtain features a lavender top and mustard bottom (other color schemes are also available) and it’s finished with denim hemming and slightly rounded corners inspired by old-fashioned sails.
The co-founders of Sight Unseen, Monica Khemsurov and Jill Singer, explore the emotional significance of objects and how they impact our lives in How to Live with Objects: A Guide to More Meaningful Interiors. Within the vibrant, hardcover tome, the duo compiles practical advice and visual inspiration for thoughtfully selecting objects and creating satisfying interiors with notes on different space limitations, styles and budgets. It’s a spirited and pragmatic design guide that delves into the impact of a space.
Produced by CH favorite Pansy Ass Ceramics at their Toronto studio, the Gogo Boi (Face Down Ass Up) vase supports flowers at both ends of the glossy vessel. It’s a clever, queer decor addition that comes in a few different colorways—including one with 22k gold accents. Each vase measures approximately 16 by 8 by 7 inches. Though some styles are sold out, they can be made to order.
Imagined by perfumer Carlos Benaïm for the boutique luxury fragrance brand Maison d’Etto, the scent of the Karat EG candle shifts from nostalgic notes of fresh earth to a luscious Turkish rose heart and sweet amber base. Altogether, there’s an elegant intermingling of floral, verdant and herbaceous aromas. Founded by Brianna Lipovsky, Maison d’Etto first released Karat EG as a perfume in its beloved, equestrian-inspired debut line.
For each Sackcloth + Ashes blanket sold, the charitable brand donates one to someone experiencing homelessness. From them comes the Checkered Santa Cruz, a retro-colored blanket that features a bright and wavy take on the classic pattern. Made from recycled wool and polyester and spun without the use of dye, this sustainable blanket is colorful and cozy.
Covered in abstract swaths of various color, Sam’s Bed from designer Alex Proba’s Proba Home collection is a joyful, vibrant spot for your pooch to rest. Featuring a hand-tufted exterior and removable insert, the item (which comes in a small, medium or large) functions as dog bed as well as geometric decor.
Whether preparing a meditation space, getting ready for yoga or simply looking to cultivate more mindfulness, Intuition Spray’s earthy notes and light citrus scents help awaken the senses for more empowering rituals. Like all of Sage and Salt’s sprays, the blend is made with responsibly harvested herbs.
Named after the joinery technique that it employs, the Dovetail from Symbol Audio uses a file cabinet grid system to organize vinyl records while displaying album art. Crafted with FSC-certified wood, vegetable-tanned leather handles and solid-brass hardware, the storage system (available in a range of wood finishes and sizes with various rows and columns) blends functionality with sophisticated style.
Made from deadstock linen tinted with low-impact dyes and with an LA-made insert, this body pillow from Lindsay Rose Medoff’s sustainable sewing and production shop, Suay, is a design-forward, cozy home addition. Featuring patchwork in three different colorways (oatmeal, mustard or indigo), the pillow transforms upcycled materials into a lush way to lounge.