Bergman Chair, $400
define the furniture company Industry West and they are: “Design, Quality, Value, and Community”. They give back to the community, use solid materials and make pieces that are sturdy and clean. I’m loving the industrial feel (and the price point’s not so bad either).
Marais Coffee Table, $200
Machinist Stool, $125
Photos: Industry West
Fred & Friends Freeze Handgun-Shaped Ice-Cube Tray
and yes, while not being an essential, it is totally cool and quite fun for one of those “got everything” people. The Handgun-Shaped Ice-Cube Tray from Fred & Friends pretty much does what it says – makes ice cubes that are shaped like guns. It comes in a flexible silicone briefcase-shaped exterior complete with a handle. Dishwasher safe, so doesn’t get much easier. Pick yours up at Amazon. You’re guaranteed to have the coolest ice-cubes in town.
Safari Animal Magnet Set, $13
needs magnets. I’m a huge fan of the basic steel ones. They’re simple, clean and let the card, invite or picture make the statement. But sometimes it’s fun to step it up and these Safari Animal Magnets do just that. Hand painted with non-toxic paints in a blue that’s hard not to love. Comes as a set of four, sold at Etsy and very worth it.
a great source for inspiration and MAKR does it again with this plant holder. Plants can easily brighten up a home, but if you’re like me and don’t have much space, have frisky pets or a curious kid, it can get tricky. This plant ring can be put out reach so you can still enjoy the beauty.
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Donna Wilson Owl Plate
of artist, Donna Wilson’s work. The talented artist has gained a ton of recognition since she began her career and even won Elle Deco British designer of the year award last year. From ceramics to pillows, it’s one of those brands that is perfect for gifting. And that includes self purchases.
Donna Wilson Use my Beehive Tea Towel
Photos: Donna Wilson
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Cupa Vino Wine Glasses
stemless wine glasses and these Cupa Vino Wine Glasses take it to a whole new level. They’re available on AHAlife and are hand made by traditional Italian glass blowers from pure lead-free crystal. For the connoisseurs out there, the design creates swirling when set down, which facilitates the oxygenation of the wine. Whether that’s a selling point or not, you’ve got to admit, they’re pretty cool.
in Karlsborg that was started by Marit Lissdaniels and Angelica Utterberg about two years ago. Little Studio carries products for the home like trays, pillows and cutting boards that are designed in bright colors and bold graphic prints. Everything is created without taking age or gender into consideration. It’s about conveying a feeling and unique pieces that just sort of pop.
Photos: Little Studio
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Izola Rosemary Candle
to the Izola collection are these charming candles. The wax, which is hand poured into recycled colored glass, is a natural blend made from renewable sources grown in the USA. The candles come in an assortment of scents like green moss, clary sage, lavender, rosemary, sandalwood and jasmine that are the perfect mix of masculine and feminine. As we’ve mentioned before, Izola is a great resource for unique home essentials and other fun goods, like these cheeky flasks.
Core Bamboo Bowls
assortment of kitchen products made out of bamboo. Bamboo, which is actually a grass is super strong, naturally anti-microbial and grows much faster than wood so it’s ideal for things like bowls, knives, placemats, and everything else Core Bamboo makes. Colorful, light and very practical. Just a great call.
Photo: Core Bamboo
iHome iP4 Portable Boombox
online last week and fell in love with the aesthetic. I’ll be honest, I know nothing about the performance. Looks old-school, but don’t be fooled, this Portable Boombox is totally relevant: it’s made for an iPhone or iPod. So what’s it gonna be – hot pink or (or the maybe more practical) black?