Papaya Tea Towel

Color and whimsy suffuse Rhode Island-based Freckled Fuchsia’s home goods, as evidence by the brand’s Papaya Tea Towel. Designed by Chandlyr Jackson, the towel is made from 100% natural cotton flour sack that is screen-printed with water-based ink and adorned with lovely geometric papayas.

Canadian Design Brand EQ3 Turns 20 + Expands Across North America

High-quality furniture and home goods for design-minded individuals

Headquartered in Winnipeg, Canada, the design brand EQ3 (a reference to the emotional quotient of three-dimensional spaces) turned 20 this April—and to accompany the anniversary, they’ve reinforced their presence in the US. Known for premium furniture, home goods and accessories (many of which have been designed and manufactured in Canada) as well as a detailed customization platform, the vertically integrated brand’s reputation, repertoire and prices …

Keap’s Simple, Scented Candles

Melting coconut wax into affordable jars of joy in Brooklyn

We love a thoughtfully made candle here at CH, and newly launched Keap raises the bar even higher with their status as a public benefit corporation. A sustainable coconut wax blend (in lieu of paraffin, soy or beeswax) is hand-poured in their Brooklyn studio into made-in-USA recycled glass containers. Four proprietary scents were made with an NYC-based perfumer, and they range from the take-me-straight-to-the-Catskills Wood …