With 50% of the proceeds from each purchase going to the Deity Animal Rescue, this Puppy Breath Candle might just help a dog in need. Deity Dogs and Goods produced the candle in collaboration with Beauty.Happiness.Healing. and the scent is a combination of vanilla and coffee bean. According to Deity, these notes form a “scent reminiscent of that delightful puppy breath.”
Part of beloved California studio Heath Ceramics’ limited edition winter series, this stunning vessel has been “dipped and flipped” many times to create unique colors and lines—rendering each one unlike any other. Standing at nine inches high, it features their new “Basin” glaze, crafted trough a proprietary technique.
A collaboration between Vanish and Rumpl, this blanket is composed of soft Sherpa fleece on one side and the outdoor brand’s 30D ripstop fabric on the other. Adorned with an arctic camo print by artist Ben Hucke, this blanket measures out to 50 by 70 inches and weights two pounds when rolled up. The puffy fleece material is ultra-soft, and unlike most of Rumpl’s products, it’s best used indoors.
Alterra Pure goes above and beyond to ensure that their products get from assembly to consumer beds as sustainably as possible. Their sheet set, woven from 100% GOTS certified organic cotton, is produced by employees who are payed fair trade wages and work out of a LEED-certified factory. The end result feels good to the touch, and in the heart. Included in this set are one fitted and one flat sheet, as well as two pillow cases.
Tom Dixon is known for eccentric designs and playful iterations of everyday objects, and his glorious Bump Jug is no exception. With a high-arching handle, tall spout, and curves for days, it’s a charming design. (Not to mention its dreamy, translucent pink and grey hues). This vessel can hold 750ml and does so with style.
Available in five colorways and two different sizes, this hanging planter is handmade by Brooklyn’s Closed Mondays. A more sophisticated take on the oftentimes kitsch macramé version, this elegant iteration is made entirely of rope.
Everything needed to create a mini herb garden comes in this set from Potting Shed Creations. That includes a recycled US steel box, soil, organic seeds and instructions. An ideal gift for green thumbs and cooks, this window box—if tended with care—will result in fresh and aromatic basil, chives and oregano.
Oh, James candles are made from non-GMO, natural soy and feature a 100% cotton wick. The scents are formulated using natural fragrances and essential oils—all inspired by certain places. This one, called “In The Garden,” conjures up ripe tomatoes and fresh mint. The candle promises some 35 to 40 hours of burn-time—and a house scented like a fresh garden. Price is in Pounds.
The Sill—which now has a brick and mortar destination—offers affordable plants that come with simple guides on keeping them alive. These plant care sheets include information on watering schedules, sun exposure and humidity. This Philodendron in a small Dolores planter comes with lava rocks at the bottom (for drainage) and needs to be watered weekly. If you’re skeptical, The Sill guarantees their plants will stay alive for up to a year.
This brass Victorian-style mist-sprayer can hold 300ml of water and is notably more sophisticated than the various plastic versions available. Over time, the brass will also develop a patina, adding further character. As many green thumbs know, not all plants want to be misted (also keep in mind humidity, seasons and more) so while it’s a useful tool, it’s not for everybody in your plant family.
Inspired by the Dancing Devils Festival held annually during the Corpus Christi feast on Venezuela’s coast, this small, black ceramic planter more than it seems. Handmade during the brand’s Caraquena de Chuao workshop in Caracas, each one will differ slightly and carries plenty of cultural and historical significance.
This minimal cat house—made from plywood and a black aluminum frame—is ideal for indoor or outdoor felines. Cozy but not claustrophobic, the house features a half-wall for entry/exit, as well as two windows—for views and ventilation. At 18 inches tall, it’s available in finished or unfinished wood.
With 60+ hours of burn time, this hyacinth and bamboo candle boasts fresh and clean floral notes. Made in Brooklyn, it’s crafted from natural soy wax, with a cotton wick and housed in a 100% recycled glass votive. Additionally, the Starling Project endeavors to help organizations like UNICEF offer solar power systems to communities in developing countries. They’ve raised over $250,000 so far.
Just over two feet tall, this planter is a sophisticated, mid-century-inspired piece. The basin fits two potted plants, and comes complete with drip-trays. Handcrafted in Melbourne, Australia from 100% Blackwood, each piece is made-to-order, so tones of timber will vary depending on the wood’s age.
An antique ceramic plate adorned with a hand-placed decal of Freddie Mercury, this creation is one of a kind—and exudes just the right amount of kitsch. Made for decoration only, it’s not safe for the dishwasher but it’s ideal for display. Depending on your musical taste, there are also versions with Grace Jones, Prince, Bowie and others available.
In 1964 Marimekko launched trademark Unikko print, after the company’s founder declared they would never produce a floral print. Designer Maija Isola rebelled and the now-familiar poppy print was born. This duvet cover—in beige, ecru and blue—is muted but still bold. Matching pillow cases are also available.