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.
With notes of neroli and subtle tinges of bitter orange and bergamot, Winford’s Neroli candle (made from a natural blend of soy, coconut and beeswax) offers a dark and slightly bitter scent. One of the brand’s six candles, Neroli is housed in a black ceramic vessel which is custom-made in LA.
Vitruvi’s classic stone diffusers now come in three earthy coloways inspired by Tuscany. Available in sage, teracotta and sand, these diffusers are handmade from porcelain and feature a matte finish which covers the ultrasonic technology within.
Available for all sized beds (from twin to California king) these hand-dripped sheets are part of Flaneur’s Color Study Series. Made from 100% Supima cotton, the sheets are crafted from the finest materials and incredibly close attention is paid from the set’s rawest form to its final weaving, construction and beyond. Dyed one piece at a time, each product in the set is carefully colored and the result is concurrently subtle and bold.
With a two-liter capacity, GuruNanda’s White Tower XL Humidifier Diffuser offers 12 hours of continuous essential oil diffusion, all while exuding substantial bubble mist. From its patent-pending air funnel to the medical-grade white plastic and gently shifting LED accents, all components are top-tier. And the machine shuts itself off when water is low, removing undue stress.
Just the right amount of smoky and floral, Istros Aromatique delicately fragrances a room, without being overwhelming. With pink pepper, lavender and tobacco, the scent is earthy but floral, invigorating and soothing. The 100ml bottle will last a good while, and the design is sophisticated enough not to hide away in bathroom cupboards.
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.
For those looking to rid a room of toxic energy or to indulge in the relaxing scent of white sage and Palo Santo, this is a liquified and bottled version of the smudge. Ideal for use in hotel rooms, in the car or anywhere else that needs to remain smoke-free, this fluid iteration is a modern take on the ancient ritual for those on the go. Available in a pump-spray of eight fluid ounces, it’s also TSA-friendly.
From stylish kitchen essentials start-up Milo comes a three-piece set of their cast iron cookware. Included are two enameled cocottes (measuring 5.5 and 3.3 quarts) and a 10-inch skillet. Whether for a cooking rookie or somebody setting up house, this set is a kitchen essential.
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.
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.
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.
Made from chamomile and lavender (of course with no caffeine or stimulants), this Sleep Tea is an ideal way to wind down. More than encouraging one to fall sleep faster, it also coaxes the body into a restorative deep sleep cycle—hopefully meaning drinkers should wake up well-rested.
Sustainably sourced and with a 100% organic cotton fiber wrapping, this white sage and eucalyptus can be used to cleanse spaces, objects and even people. More than a hippie ritual or a home fragrance, white sage is historically healing and burning it (in the correct way) can lead to feeling physically, emotionally and spiritually balanced. The eucalyptus will offer fresh energy. Be sure to extinguish in an abalone shell or pottery.
There were three super-moons in a row this year and, to commemorate, the brightest of the three moons this year, DetroitWick made a handcrafted vessel that’s luminous and changes color—depending on your viewing angle. The candle is a beautiful piece on its own, and when it’s lit creates space fragrances—a combination of “space” musk, lunar fig, amber and black currant.
This luxurious French press, designed by Norman Foster and manufactured by Stelton, is made from stainless steel and has a one liter capacity—enough for three cups of coffee. Made with longevity in mind, this piece is sculpturally elegant and functionally simple. This is a stylish way to start your morning—especially if you’re hosting a couple friends or family members.