Featuring a design by Guadalajara-based artist Daniel Barreto, Slowdown Studio’s 100% cotton Spencer Throw measures out to 54 by 70 inches—meaning it’s big enough for a couch or bed, or as a wall-hanging. Featuring Barreto’s wavy, organic plants, the blanket’s palette is subtle but with pops of jewel tones. Spun and woven in the USA, it’s manufactured from yarn made from 70% recycled cotton.
With panels of subtle hues contrasted by candy colors, this knitted throw blanket is undeniably the work of Brooklyn-based Dusen Dusen. Made from 100% cotton, the Stripe Throw Blanket is super-soft and sizable, at 50 by 70 inches.
With a design by Bristol-based artist George Greaves, this ZigZagZurich blanket comes in two colorways—this yellowish orange, or a rich teal. Woven in Europe from 100% New Zealand wool, it measures 55 by 79 inches and is certified STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX, which means no harmful chemicals or synthetics have been used during the manufacturing process.
Made from 100% cotton, the Fern Gully blanket by Halcyon Nights is reminiscent of the lush Australian bush thanks to its various shades of green, and images of native animals. Complete with small pops of pale pink and lilac, the sweet illustration is by Dandenong-based Min Pin Design. Soft and durable, the knitted blanket measures 100 by 80cm.
Slow Down Studio has teamed up with Australian artist Charlie Bennell for their La Muralla Roja puzzle—based on Spanish architect Ricardo Bofill’s stunning postmodern apartment building in Calpe. With its geometric, interlocking shapes and countless staircases, the building lends itself to a jigsaw, and this version is particularly pretty.
This authorized reproduction of Gunta Stölzl’s Bauhaus bedspread comes from Wallace Sewell, in celebration of 100 years of the German design school. Part homage, part reimagining, this throw harkens back to those available to at the student accommodation at Bauhaus Dessau. Crafted from 100% merino lambswool, it’s available in two subtle colorways and measures 245 by 142cm. Price is in Pounds.
This super-black hue is a pigment that absorbs over 98% of visible light, and its application transforms a chair into a striking piece of furniture. Made from molded ABS plastic, the one-piece seat needs no assembly and can be stacked up to four high. Based on Danish designer Verner Panton’s S-shaped Panton Chair, this is an otherworldly take on a ’60s icon.
Acting as wallpaper and LED light fixture, Nanoleaf’s Smarter Kit comprises nine panels that are individually customizable and mountable to any non-porous surface. You can use the panels to display your own color-based art, as a gentle alarm, or as backdrop for a sound-system (the lights can be triggered by audio). To control your configuration, command it via a touch of the hand, one of the several compatible voice-assistants, or through a smart-home system. This kit comes with nine light squares and is expandable up to 25 on a singular power source.
Available in three color combinations (pink/smoky blue, green/blue or red/blue), this reversible glass vase—designed by Tara Ashe—is both versatile and pretty. Flip it over depending on the size of your posy, or even display it empty. Standing at nine inches tall, the vase looks great as a set or on its own, and the bold hues add a splash of color to your bedroom, bathroom or office.
Based in NYC but producing high-quality pieces through artisans all over the world, Viso Project offers sophisticated, sustainable products in limited editions. The brand’s super-cozy Mohair Blanket V01 measures out to 135 by 200cm. The bold, abstract design is available in two colorways. Price is in GBP.
Crafted from 80% recycled cotton and 20% polyester, DittoHouse’s New Day throw blanket promotes a positive message, and made in the USA from sustainable fibers. Depicting an abstract forest (which is also reminiscent of old-fashioned hand-quilted blankets), the throw features a bright orange sun rising on the edge.
The brilliance of Italian modernist artist and furniture designer Enzo Mari’s calendar (which he created in 1966) lies in its limitlessness. The user simply flips the adjustable arm to reflect the right day, month and year combination. Designed by Enzo Mari for Danese Milano, the calendar reflects the era within which it was launched and makes a glorious and functional design piece for a work space.
Made from 100% organic cotton, Coyuchi’s Cloud Loom towels are produced by sustainable practices (avoiding pesticides and with less water). The ultra-absorbent fabric stays soft through countless uses and remains lightweight even when wet. This luxuriously cozy set is comprised of two bath towels, two hand towels and two washcloths.
LA-based Boy Smells extends their CHROMESTHESIA series today, launching the second collection. Four new candles—with packaging and fragrances created to complement each other—are available now: Cameo, De Nîmes, Philia and Damasque. The latter (our favorite) boasts luscious notes of rose, apricot, labdanum, oud and tobacco—with a little spice courtesy of cardamom. A lavish and slightly dark scent, the food-grade coconut and beeswax candle resides in a rich burgundy vessel.
Contemporary Designers de Mexico’s “Bandido” lamp is comprised of enamel on top of a spun steel and an oak base. Available in four color combinations, the handmade item stands 16 inches tall and employs sustainable materials. Its listing on Made Trade means that production had to adhere to rigorous sourcing standards and the complete product must be sustainable, fair trade, heritage or vegan.
Made in France using 100% vegetable wax, this Label Bougie + ANTIDOTE candle is meant to be a love letter to Miami. With lavish notes of citrus, jasmine and cedar, the fragrance is fresh and dynamic, but not overpowering. Its minimal vessel is colored salmon pink—a subtle nod to the city’s Art Deco buildings.