From Dallas, Texas-based Slice of Life Gardens, the Indoor Microgreens Garden Box allows you to select two sets of non-GMO heirloom seeds (from broccoli, red acre cabbage and purple kohlrabi options)—which arrive with a compostable grow tray, cover card, coconut coir soil pack and self-care cards (for a bit of extra personal positivity). All one needs is water and light to bring these greens to life.
Lettuce Grow’s design-friendly and tech-forward hydroponic Farmstand system makes growing fruits, vegetables, leafy greens and herbs at home easy—using 95% less water than traditional gardening along the way. Each Farmstand (which comes in various size options to meet spatial and output needs) includes the stand (made of recycled ocean plastics), water pump, power cord and timer, as well as plant food for 130+ plants and a pH Testing Kit. When coupled with the brand’s Glow Rings, the self-sustaining system can be used in-doors to produce lush vegetation year-round.
Composed of lacquered solid ash wood, tempered glass and a planting tray of galvanized steel, Design House Stockholm’s Greenhouse in dark grey offers an elegant indoor world for greenery. Atelier 2+’s Worapong Manupipatpong and Ada Chirakranont designed the greenhouse for Wallpaper magazine’s annual Handmade Exhibition; their intention was to bring the beauty of the natural world inside.
Recreation Center is Brooklyn-based artist Josephine Noel’s ceramic practice. Under that moniker, Noel produces an array of playful objects with speckled patterns and vibrant splashes of color. This Daisy Hook—available in blue, pink, sage, speckle or yellow—is shaped like the cheerful flower, features two holes for securing it to a wall and a hook to hang light objects on.
Handsomely crafted from brass, aluminum and glass, designer Philippe Malouin’s new Arca Portable LED light functions in two ways—as both a plug-in lamp and a cordless one thanks to its lithium battery, which provides six-30 hours of light depending on which of its four settings is used. The detachable stem makes it easy to transport, too.
The latest Virgil Abloh c/o Vitra collaboration is available for the first time in the United States today. The retro-futuristic collection—consisting of the Ceramic Block, Petite Potence lamp and Antony armchair—has been reimagined in an icy baby blue. The iconic, cleverly engineered Antony armchair was originally designed in 1954 by Jean Prouvé and now boasts a contemporary Abloh twist. Each limited piece is individually numbered, making it a covetable gift for design enthusiasts and collectors. Available now at Basic.Space, a members-only marketplace that offers worldwide shipping.
Assembly Design co-founder and lead designer Pete Oyler conceptualized this set of two plant pedestals, for Areaware, which can be used for anything you want to display: plants, candles, tchotchkes and more. Each is constructed using lap joinery systems, lending a seamlessness to the overall design. Made from beechwood, the taller pedestal stands just under five inches, while the shorter iteration is just under three.
CanDid Art owner and designer Candice Cox’s original designs appear on the brand’s Sunset Under The Rainbow Quilt, which doubles as hangable wall art. Measuring 45 by 50 inches, the 100% cotton quilt has been crafted by local Oakland, California artisans. On one side, eight half-circle motifs appear and on the reverse side, an orange backdrop plays host to a pattern of lines and dots. This “Grandma-worthy” quilt will arrive two to three weeks after ordering, and has been pre-washed.
With jammy fig notes at its heart (introduced by creamy coconut and underscored by lush sandalwood), Siblings’ Scent No 09 DIY Candle Kit arrives as wax in a pouch. Owners then microwave the contents and pour it into their favorite vessel—adding the included wick last. From 23 November to 4 December, Siblings will donate one tree for every candle sold, through One Tree Planted—in an effort to restore California forests damaged by recent wildfires.
All proceeds from the sales of these limited edition, artist-designed plates—made in collaboration with Coalition for the Homeless, Prospect and Artware Editions—go toward providing unhoused people with crisis services, food, shelter and more. Selling out quickly, the plates are all priced equally and feature artwork by Nina Chanel Abney, Sterling Ruby, Marina Adams, Ugo Rondinone and others.
While there’s plenty of tech and innovation in the cannabis industry, sometimes a highly crafted and more decorative option can’t be overlooked. This ceramic bong from Doreen Sullivan’s My Bud Vase has a textured sand finish and a matte painted base—and easily doubles as a vessel for flowers. The red stripe and bowl seal the deal, making it a striking and covetable piece.
Made by Iowa-based Candice Luter, this Fringe Mirror exudes playful sophistication. Crafted from brass, fringing and an arch-shaped mirror, it’s part practical piece and part room accent. With options for mirror tints (standard, smoke or bronze) and fringe options (ivory, black, block color or even custom hues), there are plenty of options with one certain to enhance your current decor.
Handmade from New Mexico clay by California-based artisan Jenny Mulder (the founder of Sister Ceramics), these minimal stash jars incorporate a food-safe glaze on the inside—making them the ideal container for anything organic. Mulder employs an exquisite Japanese glaze technique attributed to tea ware from the Edo period. As each is made individually, there will be variation in size and color.
Comprised of Jade Pothos, Spider Plant, Peace Lily, Dracaena Janet Craig and Parlour Palm plants, Habitat Horticulture’s Gromeo living wall frame offers all of the benefits of indoor plants without the requirement to water them. The Gromeo Mini (approximately 18 by 20 inches) comes pre-planted in HH’s Growtex foundation, housed inside a maple-finished plywood frame and with a one-gallon water reservoir, which keeps soil damp for up to three weeks. When the reservoir is full, the entire unit weighs 12 pounds, and the brand includes all of the necessary mounting hardware and drywall anchors with each order. Additionally, 1% of each order goes to Feeding America, and teachers and healthcare workers get 10% off their order.
Cheerful yellow is just one of the playful hues Flower by Edie Parker’s tamping sticks come in. Made in the USA, the 100% acrylic accessory—used for packing down a joint or bowl—also comes in coral red, purple, blue and pale pink. Easy to clean, it measures under an inch in width and five inches long.
Three technology-driven Dyson functions come together in the brand’s new Pure Humidify+Cool PH01 fan: air circulation and cooling, purification and humidification. After intelligent sensors detect allergens, pollutants, particles and gases, the device projects purified, humidified air into the room. It employs both an ultraviolet cleansing technology for the water within, and a fully-enclosed HEPA filtration system on the air, and it can all be easily controlled from the Dyson mobile app.