BFGF’s Green Vase Pillow Cover features a few of the shop’s most notable motifs on its jacquard woven cotton front: a Nike swoosh, basketball, rose, bunch of grapes and silver crown included. Measuring 17 by 17 inches, the cushion case features a plain black cotton underside. Like the rest of the art brand’s offerings, this is equal parts playful and lush.
Meticulously crafted by founder Elizabeth Minett, Candor’s Scent 01 Candle is richly fragrant. Subtle notes of pine and citrus are paired with firewood for an overall alluring aroma. The paraffin-vegetable wax blend candle is housed in a sophisticated hand-blown glass vessel. Price is in Euros.
Part of their new Chromesthesia series (made up of three scents), Ambrosia candle by Boy Smells entices with its distinct but subtle fragrance. The candle offers notes of mandarin peel, rosemary, galbanum, iris, hinkoki and vanilla—all the while avoiding being too zesty or citrusy. Made from a blend of food-grade coconut and beeswax, this candle offers 50+ hours of burn time. Like the others in the Chromesthesia line, the Ambrosia candle has been carefully designed and packaged according to its fragrance; the wax, vessel and box are all a sublime shade of lime.
The benefits of magnesium are seemingly countless, but it’s certainly vital for high quality of sleep. The Nue Co’s Magnesium Ease Spray offers a blend of magnesium chloride, lavender and arnica oil for a tingling potion that combines aromatherapy and science. While the lavender has a calming effect, the magnesium (boosted with arnica in this formula) helps ease physical tension. Simply spray a few pumps onto clean, dry skin and massage gently.
This book and deck of cards by Jerico Mandybur offers a unique, contemporary and thoughtful guide to tarot. With Neo Tarot: A Fresh Approach to Self-Care, Healing and Empowerment, users can put the ancient practice via insights, wisdom and exercises—all of which are crafted to not only heal but also explore. The book and 78-card deck are also gorgeously designed.
With products that forgo harsh chemicals and irritants, REN Skincare’s DREAM Set makes for an eco-friendly, natural nightly routine. The set includes Rosa Centifolia No.1 Purity Cleansing Balm, V-Cense Revitalising Night Cream, and (our favorite) & Now to Sleep Pillow Spray—a concoction that uses frankincense and lavender to help you relax and hopefully drift to sleep.
Offering insight and instruction on how to make all kinds of folded creations, artist Hedi Kyle (who also worked as Head Conservator at the American Philosophical Society and Adjunct Professor at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia) explores the art of paper structures in this 192-page tome. From blizzard books to the fishbone fold and beyond, there are plenty of projects, but the book also helps to build the foundations on which to invent your own structures. It’s a thoughtful and comprehensive book that elevates the concept of “crafting.”
This sleep time product is a tale of two cities: produced by The Glad Hours, the silk pajama-makers based in LA, and stocked at the one-floor Austin Motel. The blood red fingernails on this silk eye mask match the red-orange vinyl cushion bed-frames and lip-shaped bedside phones—and signal the wrath to come of whoever disturbs thy beauty sleep. It’s a hotel-level amenity worth bringing home.
Wary Meyers’ Xanadu candle is made for changing seasons. This winter edition fragrance is a blend of anise, cinnamon, clove, and nutmeg. From wick to packaging, the brand is conscious of their ecological impact. The wicks are 100% cotton, the boxes are made from recycled paper, the casing is made from recycled glass, and the candles are made from a blend of premium food-grade paraffin.
The Elder Statesman is no stranger to bold patterns and playful motifs. Their 100% cashmere Hemp Leaf Jumper is adorned with the unmistakable leaf on its chest. This covetable, comfortable item is a must-have for cannabis and cashmere aficionados alike. Price is in pounds.
The Lowell Pajamas, by Sleepy Jones, are a lightweight, classically-cut set adorned with stars and constellations. Made from 100% cotton, they feature a four-pocket front, button-fly pants, and a drawstring waist. Altogether, they’re designed to be comfortable and functional—whether you’re nesting or napping.
Founded in the ’70s, Boast was America’s answer to traditional European tennis brands—and its Japanese maple leaf logo would appear on the chests of many famed athletes. With a design overhaul and fresh new range, Boast is back on the scene (and in-person, with a limited pop-up in Kith’s NYC flagship) with items like the 7″ Ivy Green Court Short. Comfortable and sporting plenty of technical details, the shorts demonstrate the brand’s focus on style, quality and year-round athletic use.
Made in DTLA from deadstock fabrics, Evewear makes sweet sleepwear that’s also eco-friendly. The “Tomboy” set (available in gray or blue colorways) includes ruffled shorts and a baseball jersey-style top—complete with heart-shaped buttons. Super-comfortable and sustainable, these pajamas will encourage a good night’s sleep.
Drive Coffee’s newest blend, Trophy, is inspired by the rally races in chase of the Camel Trophy. The races tasked drivers with surmounting the terrain of places like the Mongolian Desert, Sumatra, and Sulawesithe latter two are also where the beans in this blend are sourced from. Each variety in Drive’s collection comes in a signature gas can and tells the story of an akin vehicle or moment in racing history.
Jamaican botanicals and flowers—including lemongrass, Jack in the Bush (Chromolaena odorata), and more—combine in Balmyard Beauty’s lovely Bush Bath. Detoxing and excellent for calming inflammation, these bath sachets work somewhat like teabags—simply add them to your bath, and the longer you leave them, the more potent the benefits.
This all-in-one teapot and mug is made for solo time, and takes a few tips from the traditional Japanese tea ceremony at the same time. Heat-resistant to save your hands, this cup keeps your tea warm while it steeps and you concentrate on getting zen. The vibrant touch of color adds just the right amount of energy to an object that encourages serenity.